The Maison Internationale des ChercheursThe International House for Researchers is a brand new building located right next to Sciences Po Lille. You will stay in a modern flat with you own integrated kitchen and bathroom.
Lille’s sound infrastructure ensures that getting to the city centre is as simple as catching a metro or a bus, renting a bike (V’Lille) or taking a pleasant 15 minutes walk.
Does your flight/bus/train arrive a bit late? Not to worry, the reception desk is open 24/7 to ensure that are never pressed for time to get here!
- Independant Integrated kitchen
- Independant Bathroom
- Access by secured badge
- High debit Internet connection (line+wifi)
- Washing machine and tumble dryer
- Bicycle Parking area
- 24/7 reception desk
- Leaisure area
- Sports room
- Co-working area
AddressMaison Internationale des Chercheurs
31 rue Jean Bart -59000 LILLE
Tél : +33 (0)3 74 09 13 06
How can I get to the Maison Internationale des Chercheurs?It is easy by metro!
From the train station “Lille Flandres” you have to take the metro line 1 (direction CHR B. Calmette) and get off at the stop called “Beaux-Arts” and then walk during 10 min.
From the train station “Lille Europe”, take the metro line 2 (direction St Philibert) and get off at “Lille Grand Palais” and then take a 10 min.
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2. Sciences Po Lille
Sciences Po Lille
9, rue Auguste Angellier
Tél : + 33 (0)3 20 98 48 40
How can I get to Sciences Po Lille ?
Il is easy by subway !
From the metro station “gare Lille Flandres” you have to take the subway n°1 (yellow line, heading towards CHR B-Calmette) and get off at the stop called “république beaux arts”.
Click here http://uk.transpole.fr/
From Lille Airport
The airport is about a quarter of an hour from the city center. To get to Lille from the airport you just have to get on the shuttle bus (French : navette). Don’t worry, you won’t have to wait long at the bus stop, the shuttle bus goes to and from Lille 18 times a day from 5:00am to 10:30pm! (Watch out for timetable changes on the weekend and bank holidays.)
Getting Around Lille
Lille has 68 lines of transport including 8 inter-border buses and 2 metro lines with more than 60 stops within the urban area. If you are feeling a bit sporty and want to discover the city by bike, you can rent one of the city bikes. For just 1€50 you can have access to the bikes for 24 hours. There is even a cycle path next to the tramway which circulates between Lille, Roubaix and Tourcoing.
• Shuttle bus (Navette) : https://www.flibco.com/en
• Lille Airport : http://www.lille.aeroport.fr/home/
• Train SNCF : https://uk.voyages-sncf.com/en/#/
• Train Eurostar : http://www.eurostar.com/uk-en
• Train Thalys : https://www.thalys.com/fr/en/
• ouiBUS : http://www.ouibus.com/
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