Lille Transportation

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  • 1. Train to Lille

    There are two train stations in Lille which are close to each other. A short walk to Lille Europe is about 5-10 minutes The Lille Flanders railway station is more for regional destinations, coming...

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  • 2. Metro

    We've taken the metro into Lille on three of our four visits, we stayed in nearby Roubaix and took the Metro to the center of Lille, the second time we drove to Roubaix, parked and took the Metro, the...

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  • 3. Tours

    Lille has a good transport network with metro stations dotted around the city. If you don't have much time but would like to see most of the sights and learn some of the history of the city, take one...

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  • 4. Rent a bike

    You can easily explore the city on foot or using public transport or rent a bike. The tourist center of Lille is quite centralized an ideal way to explore and...

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  • 5. TGV from Lille to Paris

    On an average day there are about twenty-five non-stop TGV trains (Train à Grande Vitesse = Train of High Speed) from Lille to Paris. Most of these leave from...

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  • 6. V’Lille bike sharing system

    Lille’s bike sharing system V’Lille has been operational since September 2011. I tried it in October 2013 and found it very easy to use, just like Vélib’ in...

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  • 7. Cycling in Lille

    Like the rest of France, Lille has a long tradition of bicycle racing but is still undeveloped when it comes to the use of bicycles as a means of daily...

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  • 8. Je bipe, je passe

    In Lille I learned that there is now a verb in the French language called biper (first conjugation, je bipe, tu bipes, il bipe, nous bipons, vous bipez, ils...

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  • 9. Leaving By TER Nord Pas-de-Calais

    Lille's original, and main, train station is the Gare Lille Flandres - the "Flandres" bit was added after the opening of the Eurostar station. Construction...

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  • 10. Arriving By Eurostar

    Lille Europe railway station was built specifically as an intermediate station for Eurostar services between London and both Brussels and Paris. It was...

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  • 11. Gare de Lille Flandres – Main Train Station

    Lille-Flandres is the main station of the city of Lille, France. It is a terminus for SNCF Intercity and regional trains and was only given the name Flandres...

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  • 12. Explore on Foot

    We spent all dya Friday and Saturdya walking round Lille. it takes about 15 mins to walk from one side of Lille to the other. Don't be fooled thouhg, this...

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  • 13. Not Worth Using Public Transport

    Lille is so small it really isn't worth using public transport, unless you are desperate to see the VAL totally automated subway...and if so, just buy a one...

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  • 14. GETTING THERE...

    You can get to Lille a number of ways:By Eurostar train from Brussels/ LondonBy Eurolines coach from Paris, London, Brussels or other regional towns (see...

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  • 15. Walk!

    By walking around Lille, you see far more.Lille is in the details - as I have read somewhere else!

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  • 16. Lille Flandres railway station

    Most ICE, IC and local trains will depart from Lille Flandres station as well as some TGV. All Eurostar and some TGV services depart from Lille Europe, just a...

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