Departing from the tourist office, this walking tour takes in all the highlights of Lille's 17th- and 18th-century Old Town.
Chambre de Commerce
Nearby place du Théâtre is dominated by the neo-Flemish Chambre de Commerce, topped by a 76m-high spire with a gilded clock. Both were...
Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse
Housed in a remarkably attractive 15th- and 17th-century poorhouse, this museum features ceramics, earthenware wall tiles, religious art...
Morel & Fils
This bar-cafe diagonally across from Lille's Opéra features eclectic historical decor incorporating mannequins from its former life as a...
Tous Les Jours Dimanche
Having tea or a light lunch here, surrounded by a motley assemblage of antique furniture and well-chosen objets d'art, is like hanging...
Lonely Planet review
On the 'Street of the Hunchback Cats', this sophisticated restaurant is well known for its fabulous seafood and wine cellar. For a lighter meal with a lower price tag, sit at the oyster bar up front, where stunning art deco trappings – including sea-themed mosaics and stained glass – create a colourful, more relaxed atmosphere.