HI Amiens, youth hostel in the heart of the little Venice of the North

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Want to mix city escapade and natural discovery? Then go to Amiens in the HI France youth hostel! Very close to the most animated districts of the capital of Picardy, the youth hostel in Amiens is nevertheless a small corner of quietness surrounded by greenery. It will make you forget for sure that you are in the city center! Take a boat trip along the canals to discover the hortillonnages that make the city so special. Take a breath of fresh air in the valley of the Somme!

Why come to HI Amiens youth hostel ? >

Comfortable rooms

In this former barracks, you will be spoilt for choice! Among the 89 rooms that make up the youth hostel, you can book

  • a single or double room with private bathroom

a bed in a 4 or 6 person dormitory with shared bathroom

Please note that the 4-person rooms are not mixed! With a sober decoration and comfortable beds, everything is done to make you feel good during your stay!

Living spaces designed for you

At HI Amiens youth hostel, you won't have time to get bored! There is a common room where you can meet other travelers for a drink or a game of pool. Why not take advantage of the warm weather to borrow a book from the library and sit in the hostel's garden? You can prepare your own meals in the kitchen, the restaurant also concocts a different menu every day. You can even ask for a picnic for your next trip!

What to do around the youth hostel in Amiens ? >

Between city and country, HI Amiens youth hostel is in balance between two worlds and will meet the desires of everyone. 

Some must-sees in Amiens

  • Take a trip along the canals of the Somme to discover the hortillonnages, the floating gardens for which the city is famous.
  • Jules Verne said it was an "ideal city" and even settled there. Today, it is possible to visit the author's home, where he wrote his greatest novels
  • Not to be missed is the Notre-Dame d'Amiens Cathedral. Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site for its 800-year-old Gothic architecture. With its 200 000m³ and its 112 meters high spire, it is the biggest medieval cathedral in the world!
  • After having had your fill of culture, relax in Saint-Leu, the oldest district of the city. Crossed by the canals, the district has an air of Venice about it. Stroll through the picturesque streets with half-timbered houses and artisanal shops before stopping on a terrace along the Somme.

Amiens, a green city 

Need some greenery? Numerous gardens offer you the possibility to recharge your batteries in different atmospheres. At the foot of the cathedral, the Saint-Pierre park is semi-wild. The 22 hectares of the park will satisfy all profiles. Stroll around the pond or launch yourself into a sporty orienteering course through the whole park! The place has been marked out for this purpose! For those who want to combine nature and culture, the Jardin des Plantes is the ideal place to learn more or to simply stroll in a bucolic atmosphere.

If you have time to get away from the city, why not spend a day in the Bay of the Somme? In one hour by train, reach the Channel and take a breath of fresh air in contact with the sea, in a region with preserved nature.

Tempted by the richness of Amiens and its city life close to nature? Then don't hesitate and book with HI Amiens youth hostel!

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Between city and country, HI Amiens youth hostel is in balance between two worlds and will meet the desires of everyone. 

Some must-sees in Amiens

Take a trip along the canals of the Somme to discover the hortillonnages, the floating gardens for which the city is famous. Jules Verne said it was an "ideal city" and even settled there. Today, it is possible to visit the author's home, where he wrote his greatest novels.Not to be missed is the Notre-Dame d'Amiens Cathedral. Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site for its 800-year-old Gothic architecture. With its 200 000m³ and its 112 meters high spire, it is the biggest medieval cathedral in the world! After having had your fill of culture, relax in Saint-Leu, the oldest district of the city. Crossed by the canals, the district has an air of Venice about it. Stroll through the picturesque streets with half-timbered houses and artisanal shops before stopping on a terrace along the Somme.

Amiens, a green city 

Need some greenery? Numerous gardens offer you the possibility to recharge your batteries in different atmospheres. At the foot of the cathedral, the Saint-Pierre park is semi-wild. The 22 hectares of the park will satisfy all profiles. Stroll around the pond or launch yourself into a sporty orienteering course through the whole park! The place has been marked out for this purpose! For those who want to combine nature and culture, the Jardin des Plantes is the ideal place to learn more or to simply stroll in a bucolic atmosphere.

If you have time to get away from the city, why not spend a day in the Bay of the Somme? In one hour by train, reach the Channel and take a breath of fresh air in contact with the sea, in a region with preserved nature.

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