The north of France boasts something for everyone with its beautiful landscapes and wealth of cultural attractions. With opulent châteaux and elegant abbeys, magnificent cathedrals and world-class art museums, medieval towns and pretty harbours, a strong artistic heritage and war memorials, the area is packed with interesting places to visit. Alongside this variety – which is right on our doorstep and so easy to reach – is a gorgeous coastline, glorious gardens and a wonderful gourmet scene rich with local produce.
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The breathtaking château of Chantilly sits, in its magnificence, amidst glassy lake waters and impeccably manicured grounds. This unspoilt treasure of French heritage is home to an incredible collection of precious masterpieces and manuscripts, the treasures of the last King of France.
Lille has become something of a cultural hub in recent years, and is now known for its excellent offerings in terms of cuisine, shopping and art. Lille lies in close proximity to the Belgian border, and the influence of Flanders is clear to see within its historic centre. The dramatic Grand Place is a square lined with elegant 17th century Flemish town houses and surrounded by a charming network of cobbled streets.
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