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Travel between London and Lille by train

Lille is located in the north of France near the border with Belgium. The Old Town has been wonderfully restored and its flamboyant architecture is truly remarkable. Two points of interest worth visiting are Lille Cathedral (also known as Basilica of Notre Dame de la Treille) and the Citadel of Lille, built in the late 17th Century and impressive for its size, the quality of its architecture and its state of preservation today.There are three beautiful botanical gardens in Lille to spoil the most avid nature enthusiast, the Jardin botanique de la Faculte de Pharmacie, the Jardin botanique Nicolas Boulay and the Jardin des Plantes de Lille.Discover Lille by train

Lille is around 1h15 from London by train. In the bar buffet of Eurostar, you’ll find a large selection of meals, snacks and drinks. The train takes you from St. Pancras to Lille Europe station. European train stations are usually well situated: they are in or very close to city centres.