Amiens Travel Plans

Welcome to the city of Amiens, where the only thing more crooked than the streets are the smiles of its friendly locals. Don't worry, they're not up to anything suspicious, it's just the effect of all the delicious cheese they consume.

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How to get to Amiens


The best way to get to Amiens, France by plane is to fly into Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport and take a train from the airport to Amiens train station, which takes approximately 1.5 hours.


The best way to get to Amiens, France by car is to take the A16 motorway from Paris, which takes approximately 1.5 hours.


The best way to get to Amiens, France by train is to take a train from Paris Gare du Nord station, which takes approximately 1 hour.


There is no direct boat transport to Amiens, France as it is an inland city. However, it is possible to take a boat tour along the Somme River from Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, which is approximately 35 km from Amiens.


The best way to get to Amiens, France by bus is to take a bus from Paris Porte Maillot bus station, which takes approximately 2 hours.

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