Saint-Quentin
The Essential
Interesting
The Grand'Place is the beating heart of the town and is a clue to its importance in bygone days. Not far away is the magnificent basilica, as well as the museum that houses Quentin de la Tour's pastels. The streets are lined with Art Deco façades with fine details that are worth a closer look. It was the style adopted during the rebuilding of the town, which suffered greatly during the Great War, before becoming once more a dynamic and lively city, and economic capital of Haute Picardie.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Saint-Quentin

Saint-Quentin's City Hall
Saint-Quentin's City Hall
St-Quentin
0:30
Basilique de St-Quentin
Basilique de St-Quentin
St-Quentin
0:30
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
Musée Antoine-Lécuyer
St-Quentin
1:30
Parc d'Isle Jacques-Braconnier
Parc d'Isle Jacques-Braconnier
St-Quentin
4:00
Béguinage de la rue Quentin-Barré
Béguinage de la rue Quentin-Barré
St-Quentin
0:15
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
Champs-Élysées of Saint-Quentin
St-Quentin
0:30