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City Hall
“Inscrit au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO, le beffroi de l'Hôtel de Ville domine Lille du haut de ses 104 mètres ! Une fois les 100 premières marches gravies, montez en ascenseur (ou à pied pour les plus courageux) jusqu'au sommet du beffroi... et découvrez en un tour à 360° Lille et ses environs, la vallée de la Lys et même les Monts des Flandres par temps clair. Le belvédère réaménagé vous donnera toutes les clés de lecture pour comprendre le développement de la ville, de ses origines aux métamorphoses urbaines contemporaines. Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 13h et de 14h à 17h30 (dernières montées à 12h30 et 17h)”
  • 11 locals recommend
School
“Skema Business School - 6 Avenue Willy Brandt à Lille A trois kilomètres de la amison ”
  • 3 locals recommend
City Hall
“un des plus beau monument de la ville accueillant dans sa cour les bouquinistes”
  • 3 locals recommend
Medical Center
“Lille is the capital of the Hauts-de-France region in northern France, near the border with Belgium. A cultural hub and bustling university city today, it was once an important merchant center of French Flanders, and many Flemish influences remain. The historic center, Vieux Lille, is characterized by 17th-century brick town houses, cobbled pedestrian streets and the large central square, la Grande Place. Here are some of the most interesting spots in Old Town: -Hospice Comtesse The Hospice Comtesse, also called Hospice Notre Dame, dates back to the 17th century and was built in 1237 under order of Jeanne, a Countess of Flanders. The hospice became a museum in 1962, and now hosts an exposition on the social and cultural life in Lille between the 17th and the 18th centuries. The rooms’ structure, furniture, paintings and decorations have all been left intact and unchanged, so you may feel as if you’ve traveled back in time when you enter this building. There’s also a garden featuring about 30 different medicinal plants, the same kinds that were likely used when the hospice was still in use. -Vieille Bourse Lille’s old Bourse, so-called after it was replaced by the new Chamber of Commerce and Industry, is probably the most prestigious building in the entire city, named a ‘historical monument’ of France in 1921 when the Chamber closed. The old Bourse is made up of 24 identical houses around a courtyard where the main activities of the city take place, which also serves as a central meeting point of citizens and passersby. This building stands as a testimony of the great commercial and financial activity of Lille during its long history, especially in its trade competition with rivals like Anvers, Ghent and Bruges. One of the more curious highlights of the interior is a statue of Napoleon, considered protector of industry, which was erected when Napoleon III visited the Bourse in 1853. - Citadelle The Citadelle de Lille is a military fortification built in the 17th century as a defense for the city. It is also known as ‘la reine des citadelles’, the queen of military fortifications, a term coined by its own builder who was rightfully proud of the citadel’s remarkable dimensions and architectural quality. The main access to this well preserved fortress is constituted by the Porte Royale, closed through a drawbridge rack which faces the city. The Porte Dauphine was used as an emergency entrance to the fortress, and was a crucial way to bring in reinforcements and resources without enemy detection. The Citadelle is an ideal place to stroll around, especially on a sunny day when you can fully enjoy the playground, zoo, and the amusement park Les Poussins all located within the grounds. From there you can take your promenade one step further to the Bois de Boulogne, the largest green area of the city which can be found all around the Citadelle. In September, Lille hosts Europe's largest flea market. Lille is a one hour's drive from La Panne and is definitely worth a visit.”
  • 43 locals recommend
Pharmacy
  • 5 locals recommend
Pharmacy
  • 1 local recommends
City Hall
  • 1 local recommends
Pharmacy
  • 3 locals recommend
School
“Ecole réputée pour l enseignement des formations liées au monde de l esthétique.”
  • 1 local recommends
Pharmacy
  • 1 local recommends
City Hall
  • 1 local recommends