The Saint Leu district: historic heart of the city and also of Amiens's nightlife!
Somme's valley: number of special viewpoints dominating the valley. The lagoons of the valley of the Somme are a fisherman's and a walker's paradise.
Picardy, the cradle of Gothic architecture, richly deserves its reputation. This immense stone ship of a building is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
When the wonders come tolight. Come and share an even more brilliant revelation of the colours in an original muscial atmosphere. 15th of june to 15th of september.
The musée de Picardie: extensive collections streching from prehistoric times to the 20th century. It is one of the most beautiful in France.
Zoo of Amiens.
The Hortillonages also known as floating gardens, covers 300 hectares of small islands. It is a natural reserve, where flora and fauna enjoy a calm, protected environment.
Jules Verne's house: this house was restored in 2006 and contains more than 700 objects which evoke Jules verne's personality. It's here JV wrote Extraordinary Voyages.
The circuit of remembrance with monuments ans museums.
Corbie; the little and nice town near the campsite with two markets by week, the wednesday morning with just local food and the friday morning.
Li'l Upper Somme Train, dawdling along the banks of the Somme, provides an unusual way to see the sights. Fans of the slow trains of yesteryear will be in their element.
Gardens of the Somme. "The Rose of Picardy" created by David Austin, a renowned British Rose-grower.
The underground settlement of Naours:the 28 galleries and 300 chambers hollowed out of the limestone of the Picardy plateau could accomodate 3000 people and all their livestock.