Limoges Vacations

Limoges is a city of crafts. From its enamel production during the Middle Ages to the fine china of the 18th century, the city is renowned for creating beautiful wares. Its cultural and religious history stretches back to the Gallo-Roman days, as the city was originally founded as Augustoritum in …

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Things to see and do in Limoges

Katy Logan | Trip by SkyscannerCathédrale Saint-Étienne de Limoges
Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Limoges
Alexandra B | Trip by SkyscannerChâteau de Châlucet
Château de Châlucet
Heather Prime | Trip by SkyscannerGare des Bénédictins
Gare des Bénédictins
Katy Logan | Trip by SkyscannerLe Barouf
Le Barouf
Catherine J | Trip by Skyscanner2 Chardent
2 Chardent
Alexandra B | Trip by SkyscannerChâteau de Bonneval
Château de Bonneval
Katy Logan | Trip by SkyscannerLe Baroeuf
Le Baroeuf

Reviews of Limoges

Hubert Blignières
Hubert BlignièresPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania

Limoges is the Limousin region capital and world-famous for its porcelaine, its butchers (Limousine meat) and its train station, Limoges-Bénédictins. From les Halles to le Pont St-Etienne, you will discover a charming medieval city in the heart of France. Get there by train, visit the porcelaine factories, walk by the city, and explore the region!

Tracy M
Tracy M

Famous for its porcelain

Jan D
Jan D

Glasswork and ceramic

Emma Quinn
Emma Quinn

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