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Amiens, a very attractive northern France city Sometimes called the "Little Northern Venice" because of its canals, Amiens is a 134.000 inhabitants city located in the North of France. In the middle of the Paris-London-Brussels triangle, it is a one of the most attractive city of the (...)

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Getting there You can get to Amiens from Calais, St Quentin and Douai. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 01:06 € 10
From Lille 01:15 € 21
From Rouen 01:15 € 20
From Calais 01:49 € 25
From St Quentin 00:56 € 16
From Douai 00:54 € 16
From Rang Du Fliers 00:53 € 15
From Compiegne 00:58 € 13
From Etaples 01:03 € 16
From Rue 00:47 € 12
From Boulogne 01:22 € 10
From Laon 01:19 € 18
From Creil 00:41 € 14
From Longpre Les Corps 00:20 € 9
From Albert 00:18 € 9
From Villers Bretonneux 00:11 € 9
From Corbie 00:09 € 9
From Abbeville 00:27 € 9
From St Just En Chauss 00:29 € 9
From Arras 00:40 € 12
From Noyelles 00:39 € 11
From Clermont De Lois 00:39 € 12
From Ham Somme 00:34 € 11
From Longueau 00:05 € 9


Getting around From Amiens, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Longueau 00:10 € 9
To Villers Bretonneux 00:13 € 9
To Corbie 00:13 € 9
To Albert 00:31 € 9
To Abbeville 00:45 € 9
To Ham Somme 00:48 € 11
To St Just En Chauss 00:59 € 9
To Arras 02:45 € 12
To Noyelles 03:10 € 11
To Rue 03:19 € 12
To Lille 03:21 € 17
To Douai 03:21 € 13
To Clermont De Lois 03:24 € 12
To St Quentin 03:33 € 16
To Creil 03:35 € 14
To Laon 03:44 € 18
To Le Treport 03:52 € 14
To Paris 04:02 € 10
To Boulogne 04:04 € 10
To Etaples 04:14 € 16
To Compiegne 04:26 € 13
To Calais 04:27 € 17
To Reims 04:35 € 25
To Rouen 05:07 € 20

Amiens city guide

Amiens, a very attractive northern France city

Sometimes called the "Little Northern Venice" because of its canals, Amiens is a 134.000 inhabitants city located in the North of France. In the middle of the Paris-London-Brussels triangle, it is a one of the most attractive city of the country.

There is a lot to see in Amiens and around once you come by train. In the city, explore the amazing cathedral Notre Dame, dating back to the 12th century.

Its remarkable volumes, statues and stained glass windows will thrill you. Another unavoidable of the city is the Jules Verne’s house. The great author lived here at the end of the 19th century. Stroll along the streets of the old St Leu area, a pleasant place to find shops, buy souvenirs and to relax on a café’s terrrace.

You can also visit the Museum of Picardie (name of this part of France), in which you will discover archeological, medieval and fine Arts collections.

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  • "Comfortable train ride"    
    It was the first time taking Thalys from Amsterdam to Paris and it was a nice experience. It was comfortable. Since we booked our tickets in advanced, it was value for money and we were allocated to seats that we wanted.