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Limoges

Limoges

The birthplace of Renoir, Limoges is known as the green heart of France and the countryside around Limoges is heaven for walkers, cyclists and canoeists. The town has a cosmopolitan feel and offers excellent shopping, bars and restaurants, as well as a number of galleries and museums.

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FR3885 Departure:
06:30 Bristol (BRS)
Arrival:
09:00 Limoges (LIG)
1 hour 30 mins Yes Ryanair
FR3885 Departure:
13:10 Bristol (BRS)
Arrival:
15:40 Limoges (LIG)
1 hour 30 mins Yes Ryanair

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SI4272 Departure:
09:55 Bristol (BRS)
Arrival (local time):
13:45 Paris (CDG)
Paris CDG 16 hours 20 mins Blue Islands
T728 Departure:
19:55 Paris (ORY)
Arrival (local time):
21:05 Limoges (LIG)
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Things to do in Limoges

Limoges
  1. Stroll through the old city

    Follow the cobbled streets to find Limoges porcelain sellers, chocolatiers and Limoges’ own collection of half-timbered houses.

  2. Take a tour of fine Limoges porcelain factory

    Much of the city of Limoges has been built on the porcelain industry, and a visit to this working factory provides an insight into how the processes take place.

  3. Visit the Cathedrale St-Etienne

    The dark granite Cathédrale St-Étienne is one of the few Gothic churches south of the Loire. The cathedral is also notable for its remarkably slender pillars and its richly decorated Renaissance rood screen.

  4. Admire paintings by Limoges-born Renoir

    The Musée Municipal de l'Évêché contains some fine collections of porcelain and enamelware, including some examples that date back to the 12th century. There are also a few lesser-known works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, born in Limoges in 1841.

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