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Car Park in Lille

Where to park in Lille?
Lille is a city in northern France located very close to the Belgian border, which is situated on the banks of the river Deûle. Lille is a European economic centre, which has developed considerably since the 1990s.

Lille, also known as the capital of Flanders, is the 10th largest French city in terms of population but its agglomeration is the 4th largest behind Paris, Lyon and Marseille.

This stronghold of Northern France is rich in history. Lille was in the history controlled by many different kingdoms and countries like Burgundy, the Holy Roman Empire, the Netherlands and finally France. Lille has a magnificent citadel that you can admire. Lille has always been an important merchant city thanks to its location. It was a very important city during the industrial revolution and has greatly participated in the French development at this level. Today, it has been able to renew itself and is a modern and young city that welcomes more than 110.000 students where 51% of the population is under 30 years old. It has also obtained the honorary titles of European Capital of Culture and World Capital of Design.

What to visit in Lille?

During your stay in the capital of Northern France, you can visit many places. You will be able to go to the Grand'Place, real heart of the city with many restaurants and bars around, it is a very lively place and not to be missed in Lille. Moreover, you will be able to visit the district of the Old Lille, as much appreciated by the visitors as the inhabitants, it testifies of the past of the city by the architecture of the buildings made of bricks and its atmosphere. You will find many art galleries, restaurants, and stores. Finally, don't hesitate to visit the Citadelle, the stronghold of the city between the Vauban district and the Old Lille, it is in the heart of a park perfect for a stroll.

Where to park in Lille?

There are 3 different types of parking zones in Lille. The orange and yellow zones have the highest rates, the difference being that the orange zone doesn't have a resident rate and the green zone has the lowest rates and is free between 12:30 and 2:00 pm but is located further from the city center.

Where to park around the Old Lille?

The Old Lille area is mostly paying to park. However, you can find a free zone a little further away but limited in terms of space. So, to walk around this area of Lille and avoid the stress of finding a parking space, we advise you to book your parking in advance with Parkimeter.

Where to park around the Parc de la Citadelle? The Parc de la Citadelle is located between the Vauban district and the Old Lille district. It is a perfect area to park and enjoy Lille on foot. Thus, it is located in a fully paid area with a lot of traffic. We therefore recommend you once again to book your parking in advance thanks to Parkimeter to plan your visit of Lille serenely.

Where to park around Lille Flandres and Lille-Europe train stations?

The parking lots closest to the two stations are paid parking lots that offer you a surveillance of your vehicle and are convenient because of their proximity. You can compare their prices and book your parking with Parkimeter. If you want to park for free, there is a free zone, however you will be about 15 minutes walk from both stations.

Parkings in Lille