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Campervan road trip: discover northern France

October 28, 2021

Campervan road trip: discover northern France

From Normandy to Alsace and Lorraine, northern France is full to the brim with treasures that are often little-known, just waiting to be explored on your road trip. And it couldn’t be easier – just hire a campervan in Lille  and you’re all set!

Who said that a campervan road trip had to be through the south of France? You can go wherever you want, so why not hire a campervan in Lille and dream up a great little campervan road trip through the northern territories of France?

Hiring a campervan in Lille will allow you to take in the refreshing atmosphere of Baie de Somme and the Opal Coast, or go a little further and learn about the history of the D-Day landing beaches. Then head off to the east, via Chantilly and its famous racecourse, before visiting Champagne and Verdun. And why not really make the most of your road trip and cross some borders? There’s nothing stopping you from making a trip over to the beautiful Belgian cities of Brussels, Ghent or Bruges, or even stopping off in the Netherlands before bringing your trip to a close back in Lille. Northern France is just waiting to be explored.

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