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  • the back street to Cathedral,rue jeanne d'Arc
    the back street to Cathedral,rue jeanne...
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    Calais Car Ferry Port
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    memorial to fallen pl marechal Foch
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Nord-Pas-de-Calais Favorites

  • Walking around Lille

    Lille Favorites

    Central Lille is a delight to wander being both compact and diverse. From the Grand Place, a mere stone's throw from the main railway station, just about everywhere of interest is easily walkable. The ultra-modern Euralille district, built around the Gare Lille Europe, is about ten minutes due east whilst the old town begins immediately to the...

  • Nothing to do with Lille

    Lille Favorites

    Sea, rock and soil are the vital ingredients that make up the diverse landscapes of the Cote d’Opale. The sea is the dominant factor and from Wissant in the east to Ambleteuse to the west a succession of fishing villages and seaside resorts provide continuous interest for the visitor. The area between Caps Blanc Nez and Gris Nez is especially...

  • Museums

    Lille Favorites

    On the Place de la République you will find the hugue museum of beautiful art, which is the 2nd museum of France after the Louvre With 22.000 m2 of space. The building is not just interesting because of the art that is inside, but also because of the architecture. During the recent renovation they have put an extra building towards the old part,...

  • Vieux-Lille

    Lille Favorites

    We made a day trip to Lille in 2004 when it was the cultural capital of Europe. I was surprised how lovely this city is. It's not too big, so you can see most of the important buildings during one day. I especially liked the old city "Vieux Lille". Most of the houses in this part of the city were built in typical Flemish or French style and are...

  • Festivals

    Lille Favorites

    Every year, on the first weekend in September, Lille holds it's famous "braderie" where practically the whole city centre transforms into one huge market with a party atmosphere. A million visitors can be expected over the weekend for Lille's biggest annual event.

  • Views of Bergues

    miscellaneous photos found in my vault no need to expand on tips of one photo, but nevertheless good to show here for the intriguing traveler who wants more than travel books.The belltower or beffroi is 47 meters high, a symbol of the city. It is the third one built ,the first one dated from 1112AD. The current one was built in 1961 after the last...

  • little bit on Valenciennes

    Its a nice town really, my nephew goes to university there ,its an university town of the NOrd 59 dept.The city center is pretty quaint, and of course the church, and it is a city. The closes city is LIlle and Cambrai as well as the town bordering Belgium all rish in WWI history like Maubege and le Quesnoy, the outlet stores are big in Roubaix. The...

  • Walk Arras

    a wonderful old town of the nord, or north of France. Lots of history around it and Inside of it. From times inmemorials but especially from the WW'ssome history so you know the Streets you are walking on.Great war inflicts considerable damage to the heritage because the town was located less than 10 miles from the front, and it was the stake of...

  • walk and see architecture wonders in...

    Walking is a pasttime and the best way to soak in a city, i have in all my places tips here. Use public transport when absolutevely necessary and of course the means to get to a place;then WALK.Lille is a Wonder of Flemish architecture distinct from any other in France. Quaint Streets with old world look and sublime architecture.I leave you with...

  • Family trips and souvenirs Caudry

    This is an area of family so we come here often too, and we even drove into Belgium with ease. kids growing up and so many nice memories of the area wonderful flemish architecture and memorials to the braves.The area from Lille, Cambrai, Caudry, Le Cateau Cambrésis, Le Quesnoy, Mauberge,Douai, Arras, Valenciennes will and are in the family...

  • Helpful students

    We were at Calais during the finals of World Cups 2006 soccer. After the ferry shuttle incident I was sure pulling for the Italians to win. This “almost” stopped when I entered the Train station. I was just looking around checking it out when a young man approached asking me if I needed any help. There must have been 10 teenagers there helping...

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