Limoges, the capital of Limousin, is internationally renowned for its porcelain and has just been awarded recognition as “Town of Art and History”. Visit its parks which are among France’s finest, its monuments : The Bénédictins train station, Town Hall, the museum of Adrien-Dubouché, the cathedral, to name a few. Stroll through Limoges’s old quarters, the Rue de la Boucherie, Rue du Temple, Rue du Rajat…
|At the heart of the city, discover its huge covered market or wander along the Vienne riverside.|
You will discover that Limoges is also a city turned toward the future with its Zénith concert hall, Ester Technopole site and dynamic economic activities that make it an attractive and modern town (porcelain, enamel, shoe-making, electric equipment, as well as its university, hospital and numerous businesses…).