Hotels in Limoges, France
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- University of Limoges
- Zenith de Limoges
- Parc des Expositions de Limoges
- Limoges Cathedral
- Palais des Sports de Beaublanc
- ESTER Technopole
- Chapel of St-Aurelien
- Jardin de l'Eveche
- Champ de Juillet Park
- Place de la Motte
- Parc des expositions
- Church of St-Michel-des-Lions
- Musee National Adrien Dubouche
- Maison de la Boucherie
- Galerie du Canal
- Gare de Limoges
- Jardin de l'Eveche
- Cité des Métiers et des Arts
- Eglise St. Michel des Lions
Best hotels in Limoges
Tucked along the Vienne River in the Limousin region of central France, Limoges offers Medieval charm set against a rich agriculture landscape. It is also home to a renowned porcelain industry and exquisite examples of china fill the city's shops and museums. A stay at one of Limoges hotels lets one easily go from wandering around the ancient quarters to tasting wines at a nearby vineyard. Limoges' unique scenery makes it a great getaway for both young and retired couples looking for a picturesque quiet destination with great cuisine. Off the tourists' beaten path, Limoges offers a wealth of local produce and porcelain artistry while proudly showing off the city's ancient past. Find out more with Hotels.com, where we partner with an exclusive range of hotels to bring even more specials and savings for enjoying the very best of Limoges.
What's Limoges Like?
Limoges is more than just an ancient Roman city. There's a city center full of Middle Age wonders, a booming porcelain industry, and a long tradition of winemaking. Limoges hotels lets visitors enjoy the city's unique charms while taking full advantage of the tranquil scenery. The best places to wander and take in everything are in the two historic districts of Cité and Château. Some of the highlights include narrow streets lined with an eclectic range of shops, ancient half-timbered buildings, a majestic Gothic cathedral, churches and crypts, botanical gardens, and riverside lanes full of some of the city's best cafes and restaurants. The train station, Gare des Bénédictins, also stands out as an excellent example of art deco grandeur. Of course, Limoges important porcelain heritage is also on full display in the many porcelain shops as well as factories to visit and the National Porcelain Museum.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Limoges
With Hotels.com, visitors can confidently enjoy their stay in Limoges because we offer reliable hotel reviews from real guests. And Limoges hotels gives the satisfaction of discovering the city while soaking up all the local color. Since the region is not overpopulated by tourists, speaking some basic French is highly recommended for getting around. The region has an excellent agricultural reputation and includes great selection of local wines, lamb and beef, chestnuts, and chocolate. A local specialty here is the paté foie gras. The closely-connected city center means getting around on foot is easy to do. Additionally, a bus network and tourist train conveniently take visitors around the entire city. Limoges is truly a delight that lets visitors easily experience the city like a local with its variety of culinary feasts, laid-back sightseeing, and high level of local craftsmanship.