Nord-Pas-de-Calais Transportation

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Nord-Pas-de-Calais Transportation

  • Train to Lille

    Lille Transportation

    I just had a glimp of the Lille Eurostar station on my way to London; the stop is called LILLE EUROPE. Well, in Belgium half of the population still refers to Rijsel in stead of Lille. On my way back I noticed many UK wine shoppers just were going to Lille for a quick Eurostar daytrip. Real time Public Transportation info on the Lille map.

  • Metro

    Lille Transportation

    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 3rd time we stayed close to the St. Philibert metro station and drove from our hotel and parked. It's very quick, service is frequent and a round...

  • Tours

    Lille Transportation

    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 of the tourist office tours. They leave hourly and are in English, French, German or Dutch. The tours take 50 minutes and you listen on a microphone...

  • How to get in and out Boulogne sur Mer

    You can come come to Boulogne sur Mer by the autoroute from LIlle on the A25 Dunkerque-Calais, from Brussels by the A16, from Reims by the A26, from Rouen by the A28 then the A16, from Paris the A1 then A16 or go straight on the A15 to A16The parking once in town are many and better, there are free parking by Ancien rivage, Esplanade Mariette,...

  • How to come in and out of Tourcoing

    A town in the metropolitan area of LIlle very much frequented with family not far. You are in about 1h30 from Paris, 40 minutes from Bruxelles, and 15 minutes from Lille by train. 30 min in metro to city center LIlle which has 9 metro stations. A tramway service that takes on avg 35 minutes to city center Lille with four stops in Tourcoing and of...

  • How to come in and out of Lens

    You can come here by the roads N25 Arras to Lille. N43 Hénin-Beaumont to Béthune. D947 towards Bassée. It encircled the expressways A21 and A211, and link to the major roads A1 (Lille-Paris), and A26 (Calais-Reims). A good route planner iswww.viamichelin.comand for traffic iswww.v-trafic.comTrains , place du Général de Gaulle, you can do the TGV....

  • How to come in and out of Calais

    This is a rebuilt city masterfully done. The connection to the rest of France often comes from the UK across the Manche. Great hub indeed.To get here on the road you take the expressway or Autoroute A16, that connect to all roads for the north, northwest of France, and the Paris region like Paris-Calais in about 3h. the Autoroute A26, connects to...

  • How to come in and out of Cambrai

    Amazing have not told you how to come here, family is here, lol and is a bro so we need to come often::) this is at the fringes of the Flemish France or Ch'tis and the architecture and way of living is more link with Belgium than France really althought don't tell the locals I told you so...ho ho ho!Well enough of my rants, we come by car bien sûr...

  • Petit train de le Touquet-Paris-Plage

    nice ride on a nice sunny day can't be wrong, the petit train or little train of Le Touquet is wonderful and nice sunny sights in town, especially if coming with family.Adults: €6,50-Children (under 12 years): €4-Groups (from 20/25 people-throughout the year on booking): €6 per person per half hourGuided tour along the seafront, part of downtown,...

  • How to and from le Touquet-Paris-Plage

    This is a very popular beach even if it is way up north in pas de calais dept 62.By road: the easiest connection are taken from the A16 which link up with the A13 as one to Paris or Normandy,Brittany, to Le Touquet on the A16 you come out at sortie or exit No 26 Etaples-Le Touquet.there is a system of navettes that takes you to city center once...

  • How to come in and out Valenciennes

    This is a big university town, and where our nephews and nièces graduated. So very youngist and lively place for the nord.It has a good train station at place de la Gare, very easy walking into city center across the river l'Escaut. airport closest is Lille...

  • How to come in and out -Arras

    A very good train and bus station next to it each other right at city center its a great advantage for most. Arras has it.The station or gare is open on the counters from Mondays to Fridays from 7h to 20h, Saturdays from 8h to 20h and Sundays from 8h30 to 19h45. The regional site TER tells of all the schedules, and no need to purchase in advance...

  • how to come in and out Lille

    Lille is a major city of France and commanding city of the north. I have family nearby so have visited the city several times, just now come to write about its transportation.There is Lille Flanders and Lille Europe train stations.Lille Flandres is the main French railroad station here coming from Paris Nord, it is at the center of Lille and 21...

  • Do NOT Speed OR Drink and Drive in...

    I was done for speeding four years ago and was escorted to the nearest town to collect cash from the ATM to pay my €80 on the spot fine!I have just returned from my first driving holiday in France since then and its seems the French crackdown on speeding is beginning to have some effect.I have been driving in France since 1978 and have been used to...

  • Almost a private flight...

    Although the millions of rabble pass through Calais after travelling under the channel in the Eurotunnel, or over it in a ferry...there is a third way.A tiny little airline called Lyddair run a daily service from Lydd in Kent to le Touquet (Paris on sea) near to Calais. With only 16 seats (one-class) in the little Trislander aircraft, it is almost...

  • Bus and train between Calais and...

    There are buses and trains between Calais and Wimereux but neither are particularly frequent especially at weekends.Train times here - French needed to properly understand! times here - LIGNE 44 - Again French essential to properly...

  • Ferry options to/from England

    Millions pass through this port every year, and a huge amount of freight traffic as well.Although it was predicted that the Eurotunnel (see other tip) would signal the end of ferry services, a working duopoly has effectively continued.P & O have sailings throughout the day, as do Sea France. You can usually get a deal for around 100 pounds (similar...

  • Cycle to England ? Well...

    The big hole in the ground between England and France is one the largest, costliest and most impressive pieces of major engineering completed in the 20th century. Some have called it one of the seven wonders of the modern age.The project cost billions, and it is still very deeply in debt.You can get you car across to England (or visa versa) for...


Nord-Pas-de-Calais Hotels

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Lille Hotels
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Le Touquet-Paris-Plage Hotels
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Calais Hotels
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Saint-Omer Hotels
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Roubaix Hotels
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Arras Hotels
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Montreuil-sur-Mer Hotels
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Cambrai Hotels
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Wissant Hotels
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Dunkerque Hotels
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Coquelles Hotels
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Lens Hotels
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Gosnay Hotels
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