This page was created with the intention of helping you find a best short stay apartment for you in Lille, France. The great thing about this kind of temporary housing is that you will be hosted by friendly local people, who will be willing to help you with any necessary information.
Private Accommodation in Lille
There are more than three hundred various short term rentals in Lille listed by owners, so you’ll be sure to find a fitting option to spend a great city break.
If you’re looking for a budget stay, you can consider renting a private room, or a bed & breakfast apartment, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t be having a great time and feeling comfortable while resting from the eventful sightseeing tours.
You’ll enjoy a perk of a homemade breakfast specialties included in the price. On the other hand, if you want a luxurious vacation in Lille, you can opt to lease an entire villa or even a medieval castle (most often a room in a castle or a section of it) and feel like nobility.
If you aren’t for any of the mentioned categories of holiday rentals, you can find various other options, whether downtown or in more tranquil neighborhoods a bit away from Lille’s center.
You can rent a flat with one, two or more bedrooms and kid-friendly space if you’re coming over with a larger group or your family, no matter the location.
If you’re coming in Lille with a smaller group you can rent a studio apartment and invite any new-found friends over, something most hotels do not tolerate without following complicated procedures.
You can count on many amenities too, starting from free parking spot on premises, self-catering, Internet access and many more.
If you would like to rent a short let close to main attractions in Lille it is easy to do since they can be found near Sebastopol theater, the Natural History Museum, the Opera de Lille, etc.
What To See in Lille
Lille is considered to be the largest city in French Flanders. It is the fourth-largest metropolitan area in France.
It’s situated near the Belgian border, on the Deûle River, and is the capital of the Nord-Pas de Calais region and a prefecture of the Nord department, as well as a part of the euro-district of Lille-Kortrijk.
There is a legend of the founding of Lille, described by a story “Lydéric and Phinaert” which takes place around 640 AD.
The most interesting thing about Lille is it’s architecture, a mix of Flemish influence shown by the extensive use of brown and red brick, and many residential neighborhoods consist of attached two or three story houses aligned in a row with narrow gardens in the back courtyards.
Some of the landmarks include Lille Cathedral, Citadel of Lille, Botanical gardens and Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille, along with many gardens, museums, picturesque squares and medieval buildings.
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