There are no direct flights from London to Lille. Flights will first stop at Paris Charles De Gaul or Nantes airport before flying on to Lesquin International airport in Lille. Departure points include London City, London Stansted, London Gatwick or London Heathrow airports, all of which have extensive travel links to ensure you arrive at the airport on time. Your journey between London and Lille will require a combination of flights and airlines so checking prices and providers online to secure the best possible deal is highly recommended. On arrival of your flight at Lille Lesquin International airport you will be able to make the short fifteen minute journey to the city centre by an airport endorsed taxi service. The airport is situated around a large motorway making road links easily accessible and ensuring the final part of your journey is completed with the minimum amount of fuss.
Thu 28 Jul - Tue 02 Aug
Tue 19 Jul - Wed 20 Jul
Thu 17 Nov - Tue 22 Nov
Fri 21 Oct - Mon 31 Oct
Sat 26 Nov - Sat 03 Dec
Mon 15 Aug - Fri 19 Aug
Tue 09 Aug - Fri 09 Sep
Thu 28 Jul - Tue 02 Aug
Wed 14 Dec - Sat 14 Jan
To travel between London and Lille at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Lille flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Lille flights by departure date.
A national monument of France and one of the most architecturally striking buildings in the city, construction of the cathedral began in 1854 and took many years to complete. The cathedral remains an important part of catholic worship in the city.2 Grand Stade Metropole
Home to one of France's most successful football teams, the Grand Stade is a monument to contemporary stadium design. With an engrossing stadium tour offered five days a week and a match day atmosphere to rival any club in Europe don't miss the opportunity to take in a game.3 The Citadel
Noted for its enormous size and the quality of its preservation the citadel is one of the most popular tourists attraction in the city. One of the most ingenious defence systems of its time that included using locks and canals to flood the area surrounding the structure makes the citadel a site of tremendous historical importance.4 A palace of fine art
The museum of fine art is one of the largest of its kind in France and the largest outside of Paris. It includes a plethora of works by some of the most important and respected painters of the past two hundred years, all of which are housed in the strikingly beautiful 19th century Belle Époque style building.5 Jardin de Plantes
The botanical gardens contain 12,000 plants including bananas, peppers, palm trees and eucalyptus all housed in huge greenhouses. The Jardin de Plantes is the most popular and arguably the most engaging of the three botanical gardens that Lille is home too.