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Lille, your shopping destination

Lille, your shopping destination

LILLE, YOUR SHOPPING DESTINATION


With 2200 city centre shops, typical markets and a wide range of restaurants, from bistros to Michelin-starred dining experiences, Lille welcomes you with open arms for a day or a weekend. A city to (re)discover, lively and welcoming, with its remarkable heritage and historical setting.
 

Lille in figures


19 outdoor markets

48 hotels with more than 3700 rooms, most of them in the immediate vicinity of the central district of Euralille and its train stations. 70% are accessible on foot, metro or tram from the Lille Europe and Lille Flanders stations. A varied offer: boutique hotels located in old historic buildings, hotels from established or emerging chains, 4- and 5-star establishments, not to mention guest rooms.

More than 57 500 free parking spaces, 10 061 paid on-street parking meter spaces and 10 802 underground parking spaces.
 
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Lille, a fashionable destination


In the heart of the city centre, in the cobbled streets of Old Lille or the large shopping malls, you’ll find some rare pearls and large French and international brands in Lille where you can shop to match your style and budget. Chic, trendy, high-class, the brands that have set up in Lille form an exceptional range of possibilities. The city also has lots of independent fashion brands, a concept store of pop-up boutiques as well as the workshop stores by local designers supported by Maisons de Mode (http://www.maisonsdemode.com/).
 
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Gourmet Lille, a feast for the palate


Lille is a favourite destination for food lovers: according to the 2017 survey by the gourmet information website Atabula, it’s the fourth best city in France for eating well. There’s a wide variety to choose from, ranging from fast food to foreign specialities and Michelin-starred eateries (two companies were recognised in the 2019 edition of the Michelin Guide).

Driven by inventive, talented young chefs grouped together within the Mange, Lille! collective, https://mangelille.com/, Lille has become a true gourmet destination. They regularly make the news in the Michelin, Gault & Millau and Fooding guides. Every September, the Mange, Lille! culinary festival attracts thousands of food lovers.

For those in search of tradition, head for the local cafes to discover traditional, generous, hearty Flemish dishes.

Gourmet Lille also means renowned craftsmen, chocolatiers, pastry chefs and cheese makers. In the districts of Old Lille, Centre, Wazemmes or Lille-Moulins, lively markets are there for gourmets to enjoy. https://www.lilletourism.com/marches-lille.html
 
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Lille for you to enjoy


More than 2200 shops await you in the city centre to make your stay in Lille a wonderful experience. Their diversity means they’ll meet all your desires for an enjoyable experience. A varied range of shops is on offer in the heart of each of Lille’s neighbourhoods, in the pedestrian streets, in Euralille, and at the markets of Old Lille and Wazemmes.

Extend your visit by discovering more than 10 centuries of history in Lille, a city dotted with outstanding monuments. In turn Flemish, Burgundian and then Spanish before becoming French under Louis XIV, the city offers unique architecture, the result of these successive influences. Stop on the terrace to admire this mixture and enjoy one of the typical Flemish specialities as you listen to the Chamber of Commerce's belfry chime. Stroll through the maze of cobbled streets of Old Lille and take in the sights, around the Grand'Place lined with its multicoloured carved facades, and up to the futuristic towers of Euralille, the work of some of the greatest contemporary architects. Visit Vauban’s "Queen of the Citadels", the Art Deco town hall and its Unesco World Heritage-listed belfry, or the industrial brownfield sites redeveloped as cultural manufacturing zones.

Lille's museums also have plenty of surprises in store, from masterpieces by Rubens, Goya, Delacroix and Rodin to the Palace of Fine Arts, local history and traditions in the former Countess Hospice and zoological collections at the Natural History Museum.
 
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