Things to see and do - Saint-Quentin
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Saint-Quentin Travel guide
Saint-Quentin : Michelin's recommendations
Located on a limestone hill, filled with caves and underground passages, the city of Saint Quentin dominates the flow of the Somme river crossing the Isle's swamps. The city was severely affected during 1914-18. The architect Guindez undertook the rebuilding of the city. Hence, you notice the detail of the art déco facades.
Tourist attractions Saint-Quentin : Things to see and do
2 pl. de la Basilique F - 02100 St-Quentin
Winston Churchill square offers a view of the large and small transepts and the chevet. Inside, the 13C chancel is unusually wide. The organ case work (1690-1703) was designed by Bérain. In the nave (34 m high), note the 260-m maze on the floor: th..
14 Rue de la Sellerie F - 02100 Saint-Quentin
The butterfly museum has one of the largest butterfly and insect collections in Europe.
pl. de l'Hôtel-de-Ville F - 02100 St-Quentin
The bell tower, rebuilt in the 18C, houses a carillon of 37 bells that punctuate the life of the people of St-Quentin. Inside, the Marriage Hall still has its original beamed ceiling and a huge Renaissance-style fireplace, while the Council Hall ..
8 rue de la Comedie F - 02100 Saint-Quentin
Set in a 19th century mansion, Hotel Memorial is situated 30 metres from the town hall and the main square in Saint-Quentin. It offers charming en suite rooms with a TV and a mini-bar. There are television lounges at the Hotel Memorial and a breakfa..
Prix Prices from : 42 €
Le Florence is located at the heart of Saint-Quentin, 230 metres from the Town Hall. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi internet access and free private parking on site. Each room has a TV with satellite channels, a workspace with a desk and a private bath..
84 Rue Michelet F - 2100 SAINT QUENTIN
The ibis budget Saint-Quentin Centre (formerly an Etap Hotel) is an economy hotel situated 219 yards (200 m) from the sports complex, near the shops, restaurants, bowling alley, cinema, and performance hall. When you travel, choose to stay in a moder..
19 r. Victor-Basch F - 02100 Saint-Quentin
A clever pun lies behind the name of this restaurant opposite the town market hall. "Rouget" is the French for mullet, while "rouge et noir" refers to the red and black decor of the dining room. The restaurant specialises in tradi..
331 rte de Paris F - 02100 Saint-Quentin
This inn has a proud appearance with an attractively renovated façade and terrace. The dining room, partly rural and partly classic in style, provides the setting for a menu featuring a range of traditional dishes.