How can you visit Limoges without discovering ceramic arts, which are so representative of the city? To immerse yourself in unique knowledge about the iconic craft of Limoges, check out a chinaware furnace like the Four des Casseaux and visit the porcelain arts conservatory. The stay could continue with a visit to the city's historical district and to the Gare des Bénédictins train station. The Fine Art Museum is truly a treasure, with free access to collections for everyone, all year round.
During a week-long stay at our Campanile hotels, spend a day strolling the banks of the Vienna, where you’ll find a number of parks and gardens. Limoges has 50 square meters of green space per capita. The capital of the Limousine region is one of the few French cities to allow canoeing and you can practice the activity on the Vienne river along an itinerary inside the city walls. An original aquatic activity to discover the city from another angle.
To delight your children with entertainment and fun stay, visit the Francophone multimedia library. In this library, children turn into Sherlock Holmes to solve a contemporary architecture puzzle. Limoges is also well-suited for hiking and mountain biking, with nature very present. For a fun and enjoyable tour of city with your children, the tourist mini-train is great for traversing the city. To immerse the entire family in an historical visit, the town has set up a themed itinerary devoted to the King of England, Richard the Lionheart. You just have to follow the signs marked with a lion whose heart has been pierced with an arrow.