Things to see and do - Limoges
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Limoges Travel guide
Limoges : Michelin's recommendations
French capital of the firing arts, celebrated worldwide for its porcelain and it enamels, Limoges is one of the most misunderstood towns in France. Its alleyways and its medieval houses do not lack charm. Furthermore magnificent flora and fauna await you along the River Vienne and out towards the Millevaches plateau.
Tourist attractions Limoges : Things to see and do
8bis pl. Winston-Churchill
The Musée Adrien-Dubouché reopened in June 2012. With the Musée National de la Céramique and the Manufacture de Sèvres, it is now part of the Cité de la Céramique, Sèvres and Limoges. A new building was designed by the architect Boris Podrecca. The c..
This is the centre of the town around the St Martial abbey and the Viscounts' chateau. There are lively streets surrounded by boulevards which follow the site of the old ramparts.
22 r. du Consulat
The Rue du Consulat flanked by 18C buildings is linked to the Rue du Temple by a corridor that opens out on to this attractive collection of 16C half-timbered houses with arcaded galleries.
23, Cours Bugeaud F - 87000 Limoges
Situated in the centre of Limoges, this family hotel offers comfortable accommodation. It is opposite the park Champ de Juillet with its large children's playground and games area. Hotel de France offers 16 rooms, with en suite facilities. A typical..
9-11, Cours Jourdan F - 87000 Limoges
Prix Prices from : 41 €
Located in the centre of Limoges, this 2-star hotel is just 500 metres from Benedictins Train Station. It has free WiFi access is provided throughout. The guest rooms include a TV with Canal+ channels. Each individually decorated room has a traditio..
40 Avenue Baudin F - 87000 Limoges
This hotel, nestled between 2 historic pedestrian areas, began as a hotel in the 1930s and continues to welcome guests to Limoges today. Best Western Hotel Le Richelieu is an exceptional establishment that offers calm and comfortable accommodation i..
5 place de la Motte F - 87000 Limoges
Every day, following in the footsteps of his predecessors, the chef of this charming bistro hotfoots it to the covered market to do his shopping. The best of tradition is therefore at the fore with various terrines, pig's trotter crépinette , genero..
57 avenue Baudin F - 87000 Limoges
Veteran restaurateurs Didier and Marie-Christine Palard have made Le Cheverny in Limoges (housed in a former shoe factory) into a real culinary mecca. Diners enjoy coherent and perfectly handled cuisine that showcases ingredients from the region.
162 bd de Vanteaux F - 87000 Limoges
This chef likes to stir things up - and diners delight in his fashionable and playful take on regional classics. Note the mouthwatering chariot of mini desserts. In the summer, sit on the roof under the shade of the cherry trees.
21 rue Adrien-Duboucher F - 87000 Limoges
They say variety is the spice of life, and you will certainly find that here. The recipes range from contemporary to old-school gastronomy via 'bistronomie'. For example, razor clams in parsley butter with risotto, or wild turbot served with a fricas..
20 place D'Aine F - 87000 Limoges
This brasserie opposite the courts of justice dates from 1932. It is a very lively place and has a very nice chef's set menu, with a large selection of meats from the local region.
20 rue de la boucherie F - 87000 Limoges
A friendly atmosphere is guaranteed in this 14C house, serving fashionable cuisine with a touch of the exotic. For those with small - and not so small - stomachs (petits ventres).
26 rue de la Boucherie F - 87000 Limoges
This pretty half-timbered house in the heart of the picturesque "village" around rue de la Boucherie is now the fief of chef Olivier Polla. He proposes modern cuisine that lets the ingredients do the talking, such as langoustine and angel h..