Lille is a somewhat Flemish city, as far as French cities go. It didn't become part of France until 1667, during the reign of Louis XIV and you'll find subtle references to its history everywhere, from its architecture to the particularly accented French that's spoken in the region. Still, its idiosyncrasies are what make it unforgettable. You'll find a destination rich in culture (it can boast the second largest collection of art in the country after the Louvre) and an incredible restaurant scene and food culture that some cities twice its size would drool over.
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