We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
It took a bit of finding this place through some very tortuous village streets but was well worth it! We picnicked in the designated place in a marquee outside the main entrance. There was a little café and a bar in the entrance building. Plenty...More
We had a great time here exploring the truly fascinating underground city as well as enjoying the park with the play areas, animals and windmills. The audio guide is brief but factual so suitable for all ages and the staff are very helpful. Our nearly...More
The sheer size of the underground citadel at Naours is amazing. Over the centuries a complete maze of tunnels has been excavated by the villagers seeking to avoid wars and civil unrest. The audio guides are very useful in allowing you to take your own...More
Visited here last year with Grandkids & they loved it so thought we'd visit again this year. Didn't bother with the Underground city this time. We arrived early intending to have most of the day climbing trees etc, but due to the fact that a...More
When planning a bike trip from Amiens to Doullens and Lucheux, I noticed that this underground city was along the trajectory. It turned out to be the most interesting site of the three. The most interesting aspect is the size of this underground city, which...More
Whilst visiting the Picardy region on our way back to Calais we came across this place by chance due to a leaflet at our Chambre d'hote.
It is an amazing place and I would highly recommend a visit. The underground city is quite vast and...More
Great spot to visit. An English audio guide and you are away to explore at your own pace. Found the light on my phone hand on occasions to see more detail. The cafe stops serving food quite early but is still available for drinks. Enjoyed...More
It's eleven euros to get into this attraction which isn't exactly cheap but you do get an audio guide in your own language to take round with you and can proceed at your own speed. This fascinating site has plenty to look at plus a...More
Freindly staff, small cafe, below ground was interesting and the recordings was informative, the lighting could be better in the fenced off tunnels etc, and it would have been better if the flue terminals where revealed above ground. The Go Ape course was brillant for...More