Limoges, France, is known for its beautiful porcelain from the 19th century and the oak barrels that are used to make Cognac. This city was also mentioned in one of T.S. Elliot’s poems.
If you love to shop when on holiday, then shopping in Limoges will truly delight you. The main shopping areas in the city are Place Motte and Boulevard Louis Blanc and you can find an assortment of items, such as fabrics, antiques, furnishings, crystal, and china. Also, foodies will love the specialized restaurants, wine shops, and markets throughout the city.
If you want to purchase some of the city’s famous porcelain, go to Le Pavillon de la Porcelaine. Different art themes are painted on the porcelain, like floral works and natural sceneries.
The Limoges Aquarium is a fun place to bring the family to. It opened in 1993 and has a wide variety of fishes and marine animals, including sharks and rays. The place also offers behind-the-scene tours.
Enjoying the nature and the beautiful surroundings is one of the best things to do in Limoges and one of the best camping sites in Limoges is Parc Naturel. It features a lake and a forest, plus complete facilities and amenities for fishing, biking, and walking.
If you are into sports, you can check out the games of USA Limoges, a French rugby union club that competes in the Federale 1. If you want to see them play, view their match schedules at the Parc Municipal de Beaublanc.
Limoges features an oceanic climate, just like much of western France. The warmest month is in August, with an average temperature of 27.7 °C (81.9 °F). The the coldest month is in January when the average temperature is 8.3 °C (46.9 °F).
Fishing enthusiasts may come in February for an ice fishing festival. If you like tap dancing, there is a tap dancing festival in the city in June.
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