Lille Car Hire
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A city of 233,000 in French Flanders, Lille is the capital of the Hauts-de-France region in the Nord department and the nation’s fourth-largest city ( when measured by greater urban area). It’s also part of a cross-border conurbation with Belgian cities Menin, Tournai, Kortrijk and Mouscron, which collectively comprises over two million inhabitants. A long-time industrial centre, it’s now a vibrant culture and business capital, with a gorgeous old town blessed by beautiful French and Flemish buildings, a sumptuous cuisine scene, awesome museums, sublime shopping and a night time economy boosted by its burgeoning student population.
There’s so much to see in and around Lille and getting behind the wheel means you can explore independently. Lille car hire is simple with Enjoy Travel and lots of great deals are available. For example, book ahead of time and you can hire a small but swift Fiat 500 for just €19.36 a day, a reliable Renault Clio is only €21.35 a day and a rugged Vauxhall Mokka is €24.74 a day. Book with Enjoytravel.com as early as possible, bag a bargain on car hire in Lille and get ready for independent travel in this fascinating part of France.
Guide to Lille
Designated World Design Capital in 2020, Lille is a metropolis which magically blends traditional and contemporary elements into an amazing ambience which you can feel as you stroll around. It usually has a packed cultural calendar attracting locals and visitors alike all your round, so there’s always a buzz about the place. Archaeological evidence shows that the area has been inhabited since 2000BC and it has been occupied by the Gauls, Nervians, Saxons and Franks since. Whether you’re from France or elsewhere, you’ll find a warm welcome here.
Things to do in Lille
Lille is a lovely place to rest and play. The Grand Place and Cathedral square are prime spots for people watching with a coffee in your hand, the charming old town has cobbled streets and charming Flemish townhouses as well as bars and boutiques, and the massive Sunday market in Wazemmes is a shopping hotspot for local foodstuffs, bric-a-brac and more.
Eating out in Lille
There are more cafes and restaurants in Lille than you can shake a French stick at. Try Le Basilic in the old town for a varied menu featuring contemporary (and delicious) French dishes, Merveilleux patisserie for sweet treats and Bar Le Capsule for locally brewed craft beer.
Getting about in Lille
Lille’s public transport system comprises a network of trains and buses that criss-crosses the city. Lille Airport (LIL) IS 7km from the centre.
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