History of the town Saint-Quentin in Picardy
Saint-Quentin is one of the communes of France. It is the chief town of Canton is located in the department of Aisne in Picardy region. It was called by the name of Augustus Viromanduorum since Gallo-Roman origin at the time of antiquity. From the fourteenth century, Saint-Quentin faces the hundred years war and passes through a very difficult period. In the seventeenth century, she finds peace and an important development, but relapse during the First World War. During World War II, she was under the influence of the Germans, but was released on 23 September 1944 by the troops of General Patton.
Tourism and activities in Saint-Quentin
Saint-Quentin has a rich and various places of interest to visit. Guided tours to discover the Basilica of Saint-Quentin, the Town Hall and the Palace Fervaques are organized. You can also visit the butterfly museum, the museum and the village Antoine Lécuver trades of yesteryear. Is a town in bloom, Saint-Quentin offers the opportunity to explore its parks ideal for hiking. Including: the beach of Isle pond and mini-golf, Marsh Nature Reserve Isle, Isle park Jacques-Poacher, Champs Elysees and many others.
Our entity offers services transfers to hone your journeys. We recommend you choose between our cars comfort such as private car, a luxury car and a VIP shuttle collective.
Transfer from Saint-Quentin to the Paris airports
Saint-Quentin is located 71 km south-east of Amiens and 129 km from Paris. It is 138 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 142 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 180 km from Orly Airport