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Auberge de Jeunesse Stéphane Hessel*

Lille

* pour les clients de l'Auberge de Jeunesse uniquement

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Bateaux promenade du Vieux Douai

Douai

Climb aboard Binbin, Jacquot or Fillon, boats equipped with an electric motor, climb the Scarpe (and time) ... Discover its history, its role in the city. You will also appreciate the comments and anecdotes of your guide about facades, works of art ... Train stop: Douai. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 3 am to 6:30 pm in May, June and September (departure every 30 minutes). From Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays from 3 am to 6:30 pm in July and August (departure every 30 minutes). Reservation desired.

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€6.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Beffroi d'Armentières

Armentières

Once you have climbed the 67 meters (96 steps) of the belfry, you will discover in a 360 ° tour the Monts de Flandre, the Lille metropolis and the Lys valley. Guided tour at your request from Tuesday to Saturday morning (duration : 1 hour). Booking required 24 hours in advance. In french and in english. Meeting point at the Armentières tourist office open, Tuesday - Friday : 10am - 12pm / 2pm - 6pm, Saturday : 10am - 12pm / 2pm - 5pm. Subway line 2, stop "Saint-Philibert" + bus line 79 direction "Armentières Bizet", stop "rue de Lille".

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€5.00 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Beffroi de l'Hôtel de Ville de Lille

Lille

The belfry, standing 104 meters high, is the higher of the region and is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage from 2005. From the terrace, enjoy a 360° view of Lille and the surroundings. Metro line 2, stop "Mairie de Lille". Open every day from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 5:30pm. Closed on 01/01, 01/05 and 25/12 and from 31/08 to 03/09 included. Rental of binoculars (€ 1) and audio guides (€ 2).

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€7.50 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!

Beffroi Saint-Eloi

Dunkerque

The tourist office allows you to discover the most beautiful panorama of the town. Designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, this tower was erected in 1440. It was the bell-tower of Saint-Eloi church until a fire separated the two buildings in 1558. On the 5th floor there is a restored chime of 50 bells. The visit begins with a ride in the lift to the chime. The height offers a staggering view over the Dunkerque area. Visit free access from Monday to Friday from 10am to 11:45am and from 2pm to 5:45pm, Saturday from 10am to 5:45pm. Sunday: opening varies depending on the time of year. TER Train Stop : Dunkerque.

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€3.50 (Child  ) Free with the Pass!