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14th World Bridge Games

Lille, France - 9th - 23rd August 2012

Getting to Lille

Lille is easy to reach from all over the world at Europe’s geographical crossroads, bisecting three of the continent’s major economic capitals, Paris, London and Brussels.
By Air : 3 International Airports nearby

Lille Lesquin: 10 minutes from the City is very well connected with European Countries

Paris-Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport has a fast train (50 mns.) to Lille-Europe Railway Station (23 connections/day)

Brussels Airport: less than one hour by rail or road (17 connections/day)

By Road Motorway:  No fewer than five autoroutes pass by Lille, the densest confluence of highways in France after Paris:

By Rail: Lille is an important crossroads in the European high-speed rail network. It has two railway stations, which stand next door to one another: Lille-Europe Station (Gare de Lille-Europe), which primarily serves high-speed trains and international services (Eurostar), and Lille-Flandres Station (Gare de Lille-Flandres), which primarily serves lower speed regional trains and regional Belgian railways.

From Paris: 50 mns. – 25 TGV daily
From Brussels: 35 mns. – 15 TGV and Eurostar daily
From London: 80 mns. – 9 Eurostar daily
From Cologne: 3 hrs. – 6 TGV daily