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Eurasanté Park, Lille


So you've just arrived in Lille and you're looking for accommodation? Take the time to visit Eurasanté Park in Lille, it has lots to offer students. Nemea Appart'Etud is here to tell ypu all about it.


Introducing Eurasanté Park, Lille.

Eurasanté Park is in the Loos suburb of Lille with its green spaces and a calm atmosphere. Located in the south-east of Lille, this area is known for its business park that employs many. It's the ideal place for researchers, companies and students who are interested in biology, health or nutrition. By living in this area, you'll benefit from the infrastructure and services from transport and leisure, to health and education. Get ready to find somewhere to live Eurasanté Park Lille, your new life awaits!


Where to live in Eurasanté Park, Lille?

The Lille Eurasanté student residence is part of the health cluster and Eurasanté park, which is home to restaurants, a bakery, a bank, a post-office and a mini supermarket. The residence is made up of 124 furnished, fully-equipped cosy flats and offers several free services: a reception desk for your safety, and interphone and digital door code, free Wi-Fi, access to a gym, equipment loan (iron, vacuum cleaner) and access to bicycle rental.


What is there to do nearby?

A city for festivals and culture, Lille is know for its dynamism. Over 107,000 students live there! With these kinds of numbers you an be sure student life is pretty fun. There are too many bars and nightclubs to count, but they'll be plenty of parties! If you're looking to totally immerse yourself in student culture, head to the city centre to rue Masséna and rue Solférino.

When the party's over it's time for some culture. Between Braderie de Lille, the various events venues (Zenith, Pierre Mauroy stadium etc), the museums (Louvre Lens, Palais des beaux arts etc.), the theatres and various other cultural gems you won't have time to be bored!

By Nahuel Pedroso - Marketing and Innovation Manager

Driven by nostalgia for my student years, I am constantly looking for information and tips to simplify students' lives. My goal is to share these discoveries to help students in their academic journey.