Lille in Northern France was named the Cultural Capital of Europe in 2004 and has lived up to its name ever since. With so much to see and do in Lille many holidaymakers are visiting this beautiful destination on a regular basis staying in a fabulous hotel or apartment. The old town of Lille makes for an interesting day out with its many ancient houses and narrow streets taking you back in time. Check out the fantastic music festivals that are held at historic places of interest too. There's also a flea market where visitors can pick up a bargain or two. Make sure you go early as many people flock here not only to enjoy shopping but also to taste the local dish of mussels and chips. Restaurants who provide this delicious food also take part in a yearly competition to see who can make the highest pile of empty mussel shells, great fun for everyone.
Stylish Hotels in Lille
If you're after a stylish hotel to stay in during your visit to Lille you will be completely spoilt for choice. For those people who prefer an apartment there won't be any problem reserving this particular type of holiday accommodation either. With the metro and trams running throughout the day, making your way around Lille is quite simple to do. Hotels have been designed to welcome guests from around the world with en suite bedrooms and every amenity you could possibly wish for. Decorated to the highest of standards with staff who will serve you with a smile, hotels in Lille are the perfect place to relax after a busy day of sightseeing. Whether it's a hotel or apartment you decide to stay in your every need will be catered for, so read more of what you can get for your money soon. A hotel offers beautiful accommodation while an apartment gives guests the opportunity to come and go as they please.
For people who are interested in history, Lille Tourist Office offers a tour all about World War I while those who prefer something a little lighter can take in the Grand Place, the basilica of Norte-Dame-de-la-Treille and the many museums. For children there's the Parc Zoologique.