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Les hortillonnages are an injection of fresh air right in the city centre, best appreciated by hiring an electric boat. Set sail from Rue Roger Allou in Camon, and discover the gardens and installations conceived by young landscape gardeners for the Art, Villes & Paysagefestival, or from Boulevard de Beauvillé in Amiens for a guided tour on a traditional boat.
On the banks of the Somme with a regularly refreshed menu, it’s somewhere you’ll definitely want to come back to. It’s the icing on the cake of your Amiens fresh air cure! See you at 6 Boulevard de Beauville.
See you at 6 Boulevard de Beauville
Jules Verne moved to Amiens in 1871, and wrote most of his novels in his home in the city. As you cross the threshold and pass through his rooms, its a bit like going behind the scenes on one of his fantastic journeys.
Entrance at 2 Rue Charles Dubois.
I really love this place and its quirky decor. Remember to book ahead: it’s really popular!
Find it at 14 Rue des Chaudronniers.
22 hectares of green space in the heart of the city: perfect for enjoying a few moments of sunshine. There’s enough room for everyone to enjoy it.
With around 85 different species to see, it’s surprising just how far away from everyday life Amiens Zoo makes you feel. Take the time to discover its biodiversity.
Find it on Esplanade de la Hotoie.
This is the perfect playground for photographers. A certified “Jardin remarquable" (remarkable garden), it is a haven of tranquillity and new discoveries.
This tea room right in the heart of the city proffers a menu of coffees, teas, and hot drinks that you won’t find anywhere else. The terrace is hugely popular, in winter and summer alike.
Find it at 6 Place Gambetta
Chroma is a colourful and unique spectacle, retracing the history of Notre-Dame d’Amiens and the city itself. You can catch it after dark in Summer and Winter.
Before you start exploring one of the city’s liveliest neighbourhoods, take a minute to check out the surrounding streets with their colourful buildings.