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On the map for producing fine china, Limoges attracts its visitors every year mainly for its beautiful sweeping landscape.
Limoges arrived on the porcelain producing scene in the eighteenth century when useful kaolin deposits were discovered nearby. Expect to be impressed by excellent ceramic exhibitions and museums around the city such as the Bernardaud Porcelain Factory, the Musee Municipal de L'Eveche and the Musee National.
Limoges is situated on the River Vienne and offers a lively university atmosphere about parts of the city as well as some old town scenes with the narrow street network of the Old Quarter.
Whilst in the city centre the huge Gothic-styled cathedral invites you to explore its inner secrets and depths as well as lounge for a while in its attractive herb and flower gardens. Surrounded by farmland, wineries and uncharted high altitudes that are ripe for exploring, Limoges is well placed for a holiday experience offering differing experiences.
Aside from the porcelain tradition of the city, other attractions about town include the Parc du Reynou le Vigan, an animal park and next door medieval town of Solignac. The evils of german occupation and world war two are demonstrated at the Musee de la Resistance et la deportation and the Oradour-sur-Glane site of the horrific 1944 SS massacre.
The administrative headquarters of the Limousin region, Limoges belongs to the peaceful and picturesque Dordogne. Made up of Limousin, Aquitaine and the Midi-Pyrenees, the Dordogne region possesses many prehistoric cave paintings as well as a perfect destination for peace and beauty loving holidaymakers. For the best examples of cave painting, popular haunts in the region are those of Les Eyzies. Aubeterre provides the Englise Monolith which is built into its rock face as well as the enchanting Dronne Valley. For more discoveries the Lascaux caves are situated at the neighbouring town of Montignac.
While in the Dordogne region, you are conveniently located for travelling the french south west. The french divide the Dordogne into the black, purple, green and white Perigords. The black Perigord is favoured for its pretty villages, prehistoric caves and attractive rivers.
The town of Bergerac is found in the midst of the grape-coloured vineyard-ridden purple Perigord. Here you will encounter many thirteenth century 'bastides' or fortified market towns. In the North of the Dordogne is where the unspoilt green Perigord exists while the white Perigord represents the more industrial of all the regions around the area of Perigueux.
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When driving, take the Angouleme turning on the way to Paris-Toulouse (interchange 28). Follow Poitiers and Bellegarde signs (RD2000). Pass Poitiers exit (still on RD2000) and follow Bellegarde sign.
On the way Toulous-Paris, pass Limoges,still on A20 and Poitiers exit (interchange 28).Then follow Poitiers sign on the RD2000. Pass Poitiers exit and follow the airport Bellegarde sign.
There is always the option of the Limoges Airport taxi service which costs Eur 20 (GBP 14) and takes about 15 minutes.
There are no shuttle buses between the airport and Limoges.