Saint-Quentin The Essential
Interesting
On the side of a limestone hill hollowed out by caves and underground passages, Saint Quentin looks over the River Somme crossing Isle's marshland. The city was badly damaged during 1914-18; the architect Guindez was tasked with rebuilding it. You will therefore notice the finest details in the Art Deco façades of this dynamic and lively city, economic capital of Haute Picardie.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Quentin
Saint-Quentin's City Hall
Saint-Quentin's City Hall
The bell tower, rebuilt in the 18C,
30 minutes
Basilique de St-Quentin
Basilique de St-Quentin
Winston Churchill square offers a view
30 minutes
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
An impressive collection of almost 100
90 minutes
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
This park of 12ha was developed during
30 minutes
Marais d'Isle
Marais d'Isle
This marshland covering an area in
240 minutes
Béguinage de la rue Quentin-Barré
Béguinage de la rue Quentin-Barré
There have been Beguine convents in
15 minutes