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In the spotlight

In the spotlight

Following the passage to stage 3 of the coronavirus epidemic, all the tourist sites and museums are closed.

The Lille Tourist Office & Convention Bureau has selected the most important to visit in Lille :
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LILLE
This is the work of Sébastien Leprestre, Marqui of Vauban, carried out on the order of Louis XIV, who had just conquered the town. Its construction lasted from 1667 until 1670. It was really a little town surrounded by five bastions in the form of a star with a total circumference of 2,200 ...
Remarkably restored, the Old Town enchants the eye with its flamboyant architecture. The softly dare facades that set off the exuberance and profusion of their decoration. The extraordinary diversity of the 17th century architecture is an invitation to saunter ; so look up to appreciate the perfect ...
LILLE
The Lillois' favourite meeting place offers an interesting view of the architecture from the 17th to the 20th century. Standing in the centre of the squares stands the Goddess commemorates Lille's resistance to the Austrian siege in 1792. In front of the Old Stock Exchange built from 1652 to ...
LILLE
It was built from 1924 to 1932 by the architect Emile Dubuisson who was inspired by the triangular-gabled Flemish houses. Its 104 metres-high belfry is listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site. The belfry is open for visits every days (except on January 1st, May 1st, December 25th)  from 10am ...
LILLE
Begun in 1453 by Philippe Le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, it is one of the rare reminders of the flamboyant gothic style in Lille. On the ground floor, the Salle des Gardes (Guards room). Upstairs, the Salle du Conclave (Conclave chamber) and the sacristy with the stained glass windows welcome events.
LILLE
The Vieille Bourse (Old stock exchange), built from 1652 to 1653, is undoubtly the town's finest building. This building is made up of 24 little houses around an arched courtyard. A second-hand book market as well as chess players can be seen inside. In summer, tango demonstration.  
ROUBAIX
The museum will be open from 9th June In the exceptional surroundings of what used to be A.Baert's 1932 Art Déco swimming baths, the Museum of Art and Industry offers its visitors an original setting for its collections of applied arts ( drawings, textiles and ceramics) and fine-arts ( ...
VILLENEUVE D'ASCQ
Re-opening 9th June Located in Villeneuve d’Ascq, 20 minutes outside Lille, the LaM - Lille Métropole Musée d’art moderne, d’art contemporain et d’art brut - is widely acclaimed for its prestigious collection of modern art boasting masterpieces by such prominent artists as Ge...
CROIX
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Villa is closed. An architectural manifesto, Villa Cavrois, the work of architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, a figure of the modernist school, was designed and built in Croix between 1929 and 1932 for Paul Cavrois, a textile industrialist from the Nord ...
LILLE
Inaugurated en 1994, this "new part of town" with futuristic lines is centered around the TGV High Speed Train Station Lille Europe, the Lille Grand Palais ( convention centre, exhibition hall and auditorium) and the Euralille shopping centre. Several renowned architects and urban planners ...
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