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Departure Tue, 24 Sep Return Wed, 25 Sep
STN London
LIG Limoges
return from £17
Departure Fri, 04 Oct Return Sun, 06 Oct
MAN Manchester
LIG Limoges
return from £42
Departure Sat, 28 Sep Return Sat, 05 Oct
EMA East Midlands
LIG Limoges
return from £40
Departure Mon, 14 Oct Return Fri, 18 Oct
BRS Bristol
LIG Limoges
return from £58
Popular flight routes to Limoges
London - Limoges
return from £24
Manchester - Limoges
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East Midlands - Limoges
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Bristol - Limoges
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Exeter - Limoges
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Trips to Limoges

Limoges travel

Famous for its production of exquisite porcelain and enamelwork that stretches right back to medieval times, Limoges is situated in the breath-taking Limousin region of France. Aside from the many museums and establishments dedicated to the subject of porcelain, Limoges also has a rich and varied cultural heritage. The compact centre is easy to explore on foot with a fine selection of historical buildings, timber-frame houses and one of the most beautiful train stations in Europe to view. The city is also an ideal jumping off point for visits to the natural beauty and rolling green hills of the Limousin region.

Things to do and places to see in Limoges

Visitors on a trip to Limoges will find the main sights are centred around the medieval La Cité area is made up of atmospheric narrow streets and historical properties around the Rue de la Boucherie, Rue du Temple, Rue du Rajat and La Ville Haute (also known as the Château quarter). Surrounding the city, visitors can discover scenic hiking trails, delicious local cuisine and medieval castles.

When visiting Limoges make sure you:

  • Check out the museums and shops dedicated to the art of porcelain, most notably the National Museum of Porcelain
  • Even if you don't need to travel anywhere, pay a visit to the spectacular train station, Gare de Limoges-Bénedictins
  • Spend a few hours in the pedestrianised historic town centre where some buildings date back to the 14th century
  • Go walking in the hills of the beautiful countryside of Limousin
  • Visit the splendid Gothic Cathédrale Saint-Etienne.
  • Catch the Petit train tour of the city
  • Walk through the charming Château quarter and see the chapel of Saint-Aurélien and Rue de la Boucherie (butcher's street)
  • Check out the ceramics at the Adrien Dubouché Museum
  • Take a guided tour of Les Souterrains, a network of ancient tunnels beneath the city
  • Indulge in some warming traditional regional cuisine, such as hearty stews and beef dishes

Limoges airports

Limoges-Bellegarde Airport is located about six miles from the city centre. This small airport has one runway and, since it was established in the early 1970s, has operated both domestic and international flights to Limoges, providing a gateway to the beautiful Limousin region of France.

  • Limoges Airport

    Top airlines

    A number of popular airlines operate cheap flights to Limoges including: Flybe and Ryanair.


    Limoges Airport is located about three miles south of the city centre.

    Transport options

    Public transport is scarce at Limoges Airport although, during the summer months, there is an infrequent bus service which runs to the main bus station in Limoges, it is not a reliable mode of transport on which to rely. Once in the city there are more public bus options led by the RDTHV, TCL and TER bus companies that run to different towns and tourist destinations in the region. The most common way to travel from the airport is either by taxi (taxis wait outside the arrivals hall) or by car. Car rental agencies are available at the airport terminal.

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