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Re-opening of Amiens' Tourist Board

From this Thursday 17th December 2020, we’ll be opening our doors to you once again! And if you need ideas for Christmas presents, our shop will surely provide ample inspiration with its local products or products in the image of our beautiful destination!

 

 

 

 

 

To celebrate the 800th anniversary of Notre-Dame d'Amiens Cathedral, the Amiens Métropole Tourist Office has filled its displays with new treasures! This is also why we came up with a special palette for two items of deluxe body jewellery by “Marbella Paris”, who symbolise local excellence and produce their items in a workshop in Sailly-Laurette near Amiens.

 

The blue evokes woad, Amiens’ blue gold, the red and gold reference the stained glass windows, and the multicoloured hues evoke the blooming sunshine that floods the Cathedral. This wonderful item of repositionable jewellery will truly make you stand out!

 

As we are anxious to provide you original, expressive, high-quality, environmentally responsible products, we have worked with local artisans with renowned know-how and expertise to highlight events or must-see sites through artistic, truly unique creations! You will have exclusive access to items you can’t find anywhere else...
You can also enjoy the beautiful decorations put up by the city's green spaces department—you’ll be amazed!

 

Our opening times from 17th December 2020
> From Monday to Saturday: 10am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm (4pm on December 24th and 31st - Closed on December 25th and January 1st)
> Sunday: 10am – 12pm / 2pm – 5pm

The whole team is already reachable by phone on the direct line from 9:30am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm (depending on the department) and responds to emails as quickly as possible. You can find all of our contact details on our website.

 

Due to the current health crisis, a maximum of 9 people will be allowed on our premises at any given time in order to guarantee everyone’s safety. Our reception staff reserve the right to refuse access to the reception area in order to comply with health measures. Thank you for understanding.

 

Since December 15, inter-regional travel has been authorized, but a curfew from 8:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. is in effect throughout the metropolitan area. Outings and trips without derogatory certificates are therefore prohibited from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. under penalty of a fine of € 135 and up to € 3,750 in the event of a repeat offense. Establishments authorized to open will no longer be able to welcome the public after 8:00 p.m.Travel will be tolerated on December 24, but gatherings on public roads will not be allowed. However, the curfew will be strictly enforced on the evening of December 31st.>>> Cultural activities :The Prime Minister announced on December 10 that cultural establishments, namely cinemas, theaters, performance halls, museums and sports venues will remain closed at least until January 7, while bars and restaurants cannot reopen before January 20 if sanitary conditions allow.