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Explore the history of Limoges with Premiere Classe Hotels.

Looking to explore a part of French history? Then Limoges and Premiere Classe Hotel Limoges Nord are your perfect choice!

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available 22 october 2017

PREMIERE CLASSE LIMOGES NORD
7 km from downtown
Tourism Quality label Wifi access Shower Free closed parking in the hotel HandyRoom

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Limoges is a city and commune in west central France. It is both the capital of the Haute-Vienne department as well as the administrative capital of the Limousin region. Stemming back from the 19th century the city is best known today for its porcelain as well as its medieval enamels on copper and for its oak barrels, which are used for Cognac production.

Limoges was a part of the ancient Roman Empire and would go on to be taken over by the Germans before eventually the French gained control of the city. It first began to flourish in the ninth century with the construction of numerous religious sites. At the end of the 18th century the French Revolution took place in the area and many of its historical sites were destroyed. This turned out to be a positive thing though because the people of Limoges were forced to rebuild their lives. In doing so they discovered the porcelain industry, creating a niche for themselves in the industrialized world which is what the area is best known for today.

A two-day trip
Two days is just about enough time to get to know the city of Limoges. Premiere Classe Hotel Limoges Nord is just a short taxi ride from the centre of town where you will find the old town and the many historical ruins. Here you will finds such attractions as the Crypt of Saint Marshall, the remains of the Gallo-Roman amphitheatre, the bridges of Saint Martial and the remains of the Castle of Chalucet. For your second day why not relax in the scenic Jardin botanique de l’Eveche before exploring many of the historic churches and cathedrals in the city, such as the Gothic Limoges Cathedral and Chapelle Saint Aurelien.

A one-week break
A week is the perfect amount of time to fully get to know the city of Limoges as well as the region of Limousin. In Limoges make sure you visit the Musee Municipal and the beautiful Chateau de la Borie to further your understanding of the city, as well as paying a visit to the Bernadaud Porcelain Factory to see how porcelain has played such a big role in its past. Limousin boasts many other fine cities to visit: Aubusson is a picturesque medieval town most famous for its tapestry factories while Brive la Gaillarde has an unbelievable market offering an endless supply of different food specialities.

A family holiday
Limoges
makes for a great place to take the whole family! Whether you go to watch a CSP Limoges basketball game, visit the Parc Zoologique du Reynou or pay a trip to the Jardin botanique alpin Daniella there will be something there for everyone!

Transport
Limoges
is served by Limoges Airport which is located 6km north-west of the city and offers regional flights to major French cities as well as to the UK. The city’s rail station is north of the city centre, on the route of many buses, and offers connections to both Paris and Toulouse. For those who want to drive to the city then the E9 connects Limoges north to Orleans and south to Toulouse.

Gastronomy
The traditional food of the Limousin region is solid, hearty and unpretentious. Mustard is a speciality throughout France however Violet Mustard of Brive is the region’s mustard of choice. Made from ripe black grapes, expect to try it served with duck or veal. Soup is a real favourite from the area with ‘fricasser’ (made with onions fried in bacon fat) and ‘brejaude’ (made with salty bacon) the two most popular. The region is also well known for its desserts with the most famous being ‘Clafoutis’ (fruit baked in crepe batter flavoured with rum).

Events

Limoges has a wide variety of cultural events held throughout its calendar year. One of the most popular events is the Urb’aka in June which is a festival of street art and with 600 participating artists and over 200,000 visitors. Another highlight is the Concert of the United Cities in December which brings together more than 60 musicians from music academies from each of Limoges’ twin cities for a free concert. Other favourites include the City Day in July and Everybody at the Opera in May.

Interesting fact
Limoges is the economic capital of Western France.

Useful links

http://www.limoges-tourisme.com/
http://www.tourismelimousin.com/