Your group stay in the Hauts-de-France
From Paris to the Belgian border, the Hauts-de-France now includes the former Nord-pas-de-Calais and Picardy regions. With the airports of Roissy - Charles de Gaulle, Beauvais and Lille, the Hauts-de-France are easily accessible to the members of your group trip. The region is also well served by trains, with, among other things, the TGV stations in Paris, Lille and Péronne, which connect the Hauts-de-France to all of France, but also to London or Brussels via the Thalys or Eurostar. Depending on where your group comes from, an excellent motorway network leads to the main cities of the Hauts-de-France, whether Lille, Valenciennes, Amiens or Dunkirk. Finding accommodation for your group stay in the Hauts-de-France will not be difficult. The region has a wide choice of hotels for groups. You will find both luxury and economy hotels for groups. To make it even easier for you, Groupcorner has selected for you the best addresses for groups in the Hauts-de-France.
There are many reasons to choose the Hauts-de-France region to organize your group trip. Its seashores are among the most spectacular in France with the exceptional Baie de Somme whose colours vary according to the currents and tides or the spectacular sites of Cap Gris-Nez or Cap Blanc-Nez. However, the region is famous for its beautiful cities that will seduce your group members during your group stay in the Hauts-de-France. Lille, in particular, will delight lovers of culture or shopping with its Flemish buildings and its pedestrian district where luxury shops are located. In addition to Lille, you can also take your group to Arras to admire its superb Grand' Place or to Amiens to discover the largest cathedral in France. History enthusiasts in your group may choose to go for a walk on the battlefields of the Somme, a place where war 14-18 was fought. And if the participants in your group trip love wildlife, they will only have eyes for the fish in the Nausicaá aquarium in Boulogne and the birds in the Marquenterre park. The Hauts-de-France will definitely have something to offer to all the members of your group, wherever you choose to organize your group trip. Not to mention a culture of good food that is reflected in the dishes served in the Estaminets.