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What you need to know about LILLE for the rugby World Cup 2023

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Lille, the Capital of Flanders

Welcome to Lille, the vibrant capital of Flanders, which perfectly combines its rich historical heritage with unparalleled contemporary energy. As host city of the Rugby World Cup, Lille offers an enthusiastic sporting atmosphere and warm hospitality to all visitors.

Lille is located in northern France, close to the Belgian border. It is known for its characteristic Flemish architecture, picturesque cobbled streets and lively markets. The city is also renowned for its lively cultural scene, with numerous museums, theaters and festivals throughout the year.

It is in this dynamic setting that Lille will host several Rugby World Cup matches. The Stade Pierre-Mauroy, one of the most modern and impressive stadiums in France, will be the setting for these sporting encounters. With a capacity of over 50,000 spectators, the atmosphere promises to be electric.

This series of guides has been created to help you plan your stay in Lille during the Rugby World Cup. You’ll find information on means of transport, places to stay, good places to eat, sights not to miss, and much more. Our aim is to help you make the most of the competition and discover all that Lille has to offer.

Join us in celebrating rugby in one of France’s most welcoming and dynamic cities. Whether you’re a dedicated rugby fan or simply looking for a new adventure, Lille looks forward to welcoming you for an unforgettable experience.

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