• Amiens Tourist Office

    Over the centuries, Amiens has confirmed its avant-garde character and at the same time remained true to its fabulous heritage. Its philosophy is to draw from the past to build the future. And that is the source of its wealth, its depth and originality. The Notre-Dame cathedral, a listed World Read more [...]

  • Roubaix Tourist Office

    Roubaix is one of those jewels of the North of France with a surprising commercial and cultural history. Some of the sites to take in: St Martin Church, Factory Shops, La Villa Cavrois, La Piscine-Musee d’art et d’industrie and the ‘Manufacture’ for which, here’s a teaser: La Manufacture is a Read more [...]

  • Douai Tourist Office

    Among many othr things, discover the Belfry of Douai and its never seen before museum equipped with immersive visual and sound devices. This new presentation reveals the history of the town and reveals all the belfries of France and Belgium that are part of World Heritage of Humanity by Unesco. Read more [...]

  • Dunkerque Tourist Office

    Dunkirk is 5 BEACHES, 5 ATMOSPHERES! SEA, FUN AND BEACH Bray-Dunes Gravelines, our beaches are not a myth … They extend out of sight and make our coastline unmissable for families, sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and fans of great spaces. A wonderful weekend… or more, that’s what you need to Read more [...]

  • Lille Tourist Office

    Lille was in turn under Flemish, Burgundian and Spanish rule before becoming French, and is bursting with architectural treasures reflecting the city’s many facets. Make sure you look up to admire the magnificent façades along the streets, which give each neighbourhood its own special identity.

  • Arras Tourist Office

    VERTIGO AT THE TOWN HALL “Decor unique in Europe”, “jewel of Flemish architecture”, “Gothic pearl in a Baroque setting”… No scholarly expression, no cliché can do justice to the sensations that seize the visitor viewing for the first time the squares of Arras and their Town Hall. To further heighten Read more [...]