During your stay at our Campanile hotels, begin by strolling along the countless canals in the city before spending time at the Unesco World Heritage-listed Notre-Dame d’Amiens Cathedral. The Maison de Jules Verne is also a must-see for those who want to see with their own eyes the real private mansion where the French writer lived from 1882 to 1890. In the evening, we recommend settling in at a table at one of the many terraces along the canals, where you’ll have a stunning view of the city and its lights. Enjoy your last day in Amiens for a beautiful bike ride in Doullenais.
Enjoy a full week discovering the charms of Amiens and the region of Picardie. Cathedrals, churches and abbeys are a must-see: in addition to Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Abbatiale Saint-Pierre abbey church and the Citadelle d’Amiens are beautiful testimonies to time. Near Amiens, go back to the Middle Ages in the medieval city of Lucheux, a Unesco World Heritage site. Finally, take a ride out in the Amiens countryside, preferably on a bike. You might be surprised by the charm of the region of Picardie
Sign up your children for the Jeunes Archéos workshops to introduce them to the Saint-Acheul archaeological garden. For an enjoyable and pleasant time as a family, the city offers you a chance to discover the pastry and chocolate factories.To explore the city in an original and fun way, indulge in a ride in a Samarobriva horse-drawn carriage. (Samarobriva is the old Roman name for Amiens.) Enjoy the city’s beautiful gardens, including Parc Saint-Pierre, which you can easily get to from our Campanile hotels.