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With its unique art de vivre, sense of hospitality and generous gastronomy, the capital of Flanders is only waiting for you to celebrate Rugby World Cup France 2023!
You'll discover a rich and authentic cultural heritage, with seductive Flemish architecture, a mix of museums and unusual exhibition venues.
This square is a real panorama of Lille's architecture, with its narrow, colorful buildings, beautiful bourgeois mansions and the Old Stock Exchange from 1652... a true blend of styles! Located in the heart of Lille, you'll stroll through the charming shopping streets of Vieux Lille, where you'll discover restaurants serving typical, generous and a cuisine full of flavors. Without too much effort, you'll come across bars with a festive atmosphere, where Belgian and local beers will satisfy the most fervent beer lovers. In short, a must-see during your stay in Lille!
More information: https://en.lilletourism.com
Place du Général de Gaulle
Metro line 1 – Stop: Rihour
5’ walk from Lille Flandres station
BOULEVARD DE LA LIBERTÉ
A central artery of the city, the Boulevard de la Liberté (Freedom Boulevard) links two essential areas to discover: on one side, the impressive Vauban citadel, surrounded by its natural park, the city's green lung where joggers, friends and families meet (merry-go-rounds, accrobranching, zoo, etc.) and on the other side, the Saint-Sauveur district with its unmissable Train station, recognised as one of Lille's cultural hotspots with its eclectic mix of exhibitions, playgrounds, concerts and DJ sets! Along the way, in the heart of the boulevard, the architectural masterpiece that is the Palais des Beaux-Arts will surprise you with its charm, blending Renaissance and contemporary influences.
More information: https://parcdelacitadelle.lille.fr/en
Boulevard de la Liberté
Metro line 1 – Stop: République Beaux-Arts
15’ walk from Lille Flandres station
Roubaix is well known by sport fans all over the world for its legendary race. Visit the velodrome to see the cobblestones and try your hand at track cycling at the Stab'. Discover the special atmosphere of this former textile town, reinvented as an alternative and creative city, where you'll find a museum housed in an art deco swimming pool, factories transformed into cultural venues or artists' studios, and numerous street-art frescoes...
More information: http://www.roubaixtourisme.com/en/home/
Metro line M2 – Stop: Roubaix Grand Place
TER – Stop: Gare de Roubaix
Tramway – Stop: Alfred Monay
Littoral du Nord
Try your hand at sand yachting, discover the « longe côte », recharge your batteries on wide stretches of beach, eat mussels and French fries facing the sea, stroll through the natural spaces of the Dunes de Flandre, find out more about Operation Dynamo... Here's a glimpse of what the Northern coast has to offer!
More information: https://evasion.lenord.fr/fr
Le bassin minier (mining basin)
To discover the mining basin in the Nord, we recommend visiting the historic mining centers, which recounts 3 centuries of coal mining history, walking or cycling in these natural areas, leisure activities around the subsidence ponds, and of course, climbing a slag heap!
More information: https://evasion.lenord.fr/fr
Base camp for the English team at Rugby World Cup 2023, Le Touquet-Paris-Plage combines elegance and nature. Between immense beaches and centuries-old pine forests, the most British of the Opal Coast resorts is a paradise for sports lovers (golf, sand yachting), thalassotherapy and chic shopping.
More information: https://en.letouquet.com
Halfway between Lille and Paris, Amiens is home to many treasures, including its sublime cathedral, the largest in France. Take a boat trip around the 300-hectare islands of the hortillonnages: floating gardens close to the city centre and the lively terraces of the Saint Leu district.
More information: https://www.visit-amiens.com
Easily accessible from Lille and Paris, Arras is famous for its memorial sites, such as the Wellington quarry dug by New Zealand Tunnellers during the Great War. Don't miss the UNESCO-listed belfry and its squares: a lively place with a market and convivial terraces.
More information: https://www.arraspaysdartois.com/en/
OFFICIAL RUGBY WORLD CUP 2023 STORE
Pop-up Store Euralille
From 26 August 2023 to 8 October 2023
9h30am - 8pm Monday to Saturday
100 Av. Willy Brandt,
All information on Rugby World Cup 2023 official stores on https://www.rugbyworldcup.com/2023/official-stores
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Rugby World Cup 2023 in Lille: https://hellolille.eu/en/rugby23/