St Quentin, a french treasure to discover! St Quentin is a little 56.000 inhabitants town located in the north of France. It will surprise you by the quality of its architectural heritage. It is just a beautiful and very pleasant city to stroll around!
|From Paris||01:13||₹ 819|
|From Lille||01:51||₹ 1,557|
|From Amiens||00:55||₹ 1,311|
|From Cambrai||00:39||₹ 819|
|From Compiegne||00:32||₹ 1,065|
|From Caudry||00:25||₹ 737|
Getting around From St Quentin, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Compiegne||01:09||₹ 1,065|
|To Paris||01:43||₹ 819|
|To Caudry||02:44||₹ 737|
|To Cambrai||02:57||₹ 819|
|To Amiens||03:35||₹ 1,311|
|To Reims||04:02||₹ 1,393|
|To Lille||04:42||₹ 1,311|
St Quentin city guide
St Quentin, a french treasure to discover!
St Quentin is a little 56.000 inhabitants town located in the north of France. It will surprise you by the quality of its architectural heritage. It is just a beautiful and very pleasant city to stroll around!
St Quentin is only 1h30 from Paris and it is worth the visit in many respects. Can you imagine that in this little town, there are like 3 thousand art déco facades? Bow-windows and colourful mosaics are waiting for you!
If you want to learn more about St Quentin, head the new "village des métiers d’antan & Musée motobécane". Spread over 3.000 m², you will travel through time discovering more than 45 old jobs! Find the cathedral and wow entering this 12th and 15th centuries building.
Nature lovers will appreciate the Butterflies’ Museum, history amateurs will enjoy the Academic Society. Whether you like nature or culture, you will find everything you want in St Quentin.
St Quentin station(s)
Interactive Rail Map
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