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All reviews self guided audio guide own pace fascinating place takes about an hour static displays under ground middle ages go ape well worth a visit first world war underground city low ceilings constant temperature play equipment caves torch
We were a group on a WW1 trip and visited Naours on day one. Price includes audio presentation and well worth the cost (11Euros). Presentation tells the story of the Caves from 12/13th century, through WW1 and WW2 when they were occupied by the Germans....More
After reading some of the reviews, I was unsure whether to visit this place. I'm glad we did though. We took the audio guide and followed the steps down through a small section of a secret underground town, dating back to the middle ages. The...More
Not only is the underground city interesting but there is also a 'go ape' type course and crazy golf for the kids, although they must be over 1.2m tall to tree swing....
I have only given a 4 rating, as some areas could do with...More
We were advised to see this before we left Australia and I thank the recommender. Very interesting with a verbal digital tour Guide full of facts in your language. Many things to see. Life under ground would have been tough. You must experience the tour...More
Fascinating. Informative audio tour. The tunnels were pleasantly cold on a very ot day. interesting tunnels and chambers. Exit is through a less interesting museum which is static displays of old crafts
We had a pleasant visit here. The underground city is amazing, though much of it is closed off. It is still amazing. Life there must have been interesting, though a little cold - it’s a constant 9 degrees here all year round! The audio guide...More
We are so glad we stopped at the "Underground City of Naours". The audio tour was 11E & well worth it. The end of the tour is a bit cheesy but still informative. Be sure to walk up the stairs/hill to the old wooden windmill....More
So, the underground is ok. The first half has an audio guide about how the medieval ages folks lived and worked underground. The second half of the underground tour is an extremely old, run down, extremely cheesy look at life above ground. it was TERRIBLE....More
Cité Souterrain... d, Responsable relations clients at La Cite souterraine de Naours, responded to this reviewResponded 14 July 2018
First of all, thank you for having left your opinion about your experience, nevertheless we are sorry to notice so much disappointment further to your visit.
The museum about the old artisants of Picardy at the end of visit represents only 1/5 of...More
We went to the "Underground city of Naours" during a WW1 Somme trip as we understood it had connections to the soldiers who fought there. The underground chambers and their history going back to the middle ages were fascinating, all well presented by an audio...More