Rue de la Boucherie
Pedestrianised rue de la Boucherie was named for the butchers’ shops that lined the street in the Middle Ages. Today it has many...
Maison de la Boucherie
The Maison de la Boucherie houses a small history museum, and nearby is the tiny Chapelle Saint-Aurélien , dedicated to the patron saint...
Tiny 1475 Chapelle Saint-Aurélien, dedicated to the patron saint of butchers, was acquired and maintained by the butchers' guild.
Le Duc Étienne
Hip little bar supplying beers and late-night coffee to a pre-club crowd. In summer things spill onto the terrace in front of Église...
Limoges’ central market runs the gourmet gamut from local cheese to Limousin beef.
5 place de la Motte · interesting places nearby
Chez Alphonse information
Checked tablecloths, laughing locals and blackboards stuffed with regional dishes: what more could you want from a Limoges bistro?