Limoges is a small city in southwest central France known for their decorated porcelain much of which is on display at the Musée National Adrien Dubouché. In the historic center, medieval timber-frame houses line Rue de la Boucherie. Set in the former Episcopal Palace, the Musée des Beaux-Arts showcases the history of the city’s medieval enamel. The Gothic Cathédrale St-Étienne de Limoges took 6 centuries to complete.
Our website is intended initially as a community guide for tourists which lists down a number of things to do and must do when one visits our beloved home city, however our community has grown so much that we have also tried posting new and interesting content for everyone to indulge and learn new things from. Our love for Limoges has not faded though and we shall keep on delivering more in the days to come – for now, if you have found your way here because you’re in Limoges, enjoy your stay and have a wonderful day!