Thanks to our wide network of professionals, we are able to offer you this interpreting service in a large number of languages.
Our interpreters, who work to and from French, are professionals with considerable experience who are specialized in their respective areas. They will work with the documentation obtained and, if necessary, prepare the meeting with the client over the telephone or face to face.
We would advise you to send the documentation a week, or at least two days, beforehand, as otherwise the quality of the interpreting service cannot be guaranteed.
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Lille is situated on the River Deûle, in northern France; furthermore it is the capital of the Nord-Pas de Calais region. The city’s name derives from the Latin word “insula” (the island). Lille has an interesting history, and has had important roles under the Flemish, Burgundy, and Spanish as well as the French reign. It is an artistic and historic city, which was selected European Culture Capital in 2004.
What is there to do in Lille?
– Go for a walk to the Place du Général de Gaulle, where you can marvel at the beautiful Column of the Goddess, a bronze statue which commemorates the siege of 1792. The marvellous monument of the Grande Garde, in the city centre, which was built in 1717, represents the king’s presence.
– And it undoubtedly is worth visiting the Citadel of Lille, a gorgeous fortress, built in the years between 1667 and 1670, but you will have to pre-book a guided tour at the tourist office, as the French army still occupies the building.
-The impressive Art Deco Town Hall, as well as its belfry, are situated in the Place Roger Salengro. Climb up the 105 metres up to the top of the bell tower in order to enjoy an amazing view of the city, which has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 2002.
– Or you could visit the Palais de Beaux Arts (Palace of Fine Arts), which exhibits a magnificent collection of European paintings, by the likes of Goya, Rubens and Delacroix.
– You could also visit Charles de Gaulle’s birthplace, which recently has been turned into a museum. But there are many more museums to visit as well, such as, the Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle (Museum of Natural History), the Musée des Cannoniers (Cannoniers Museum) or the Centre d’Art Sacré Contemporain (Contemporary Sacred Art Centre).
– If you prefer to be outside you should visit one of the beautiful parks or gardens the city has to offer, such as the “Jardin des Plantes” (Botanical Garden), the “Jardin Vauban”, the “Parc Matisse”, or the “Parc Jean-Baptiste Lebas”.
– With regards to food, Lille has a rich culinary heritage, which has been greatly influenced by Flemish cuisine. Try the “Carbonnade Flamande” (sweet-sour beef and onion stew) or the “Waterzoi” (fish/chicken stew), with a pint of local beer.
– Nightlife: As Lille is a student town, the city’s nightlife leaves nothing to be desired. Rue Masséna and Rue de Gand, are packed with bars, clubs and restaurants and you will surely find something to your liking. The majority of bars close between 12am and 2am, clubs normally open their door at around 11pm and stay that way until dawn, so you can party all night long.