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“Not bad for a grey Sunday in November”
Review of St-Leu

Ranked #5 of 44 things to do in Amiens
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed November 20, 2012

This is the restaurant quarter of the city. Although most of them are closed on Sundays in Winter, they still present a picturesque vista. The short tour of the old houses and waterways was interesting. The area could be a little smarter but I guess the residents are happy with the way it is.

Thank TonyM67
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

I could have spent hours sitting and walking this old area of Amiens. Known as the Old Village, this area with its canal, lanes, and shops and restaurants is another must see and so close to the Cathedral. Definately another MUST SEE!

Thank AshHind
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

The river and resturants look their best in the sunshine, but would be worth seeing in any weather. Excellent choices of food options along the banks of the river. The river itself is a lovely sight.

Thank patricia d
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Reviewed October 2, 2012

It's a small area based around a canal, which is very pretty with lots of nice flowers. There is a stretch of restaurants, I've been to two of them and they were average. There are also some brasseries and small shops. The little houses in the area are very old and quaint, I think they're very nice to look at although I wouldn't like to live in one!

Thank annie s
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Reviewed August 30, 2012

I guess in terms of Amiens St-Leu is quite attractive, as much of Amiens is very run down. But it just feels so lacking in life and zest,a bit drab if I'm honest!

4  Thank Sam M
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