Le Bistrot Gourmand
Musée National Adrien Dubouché
One of the main draws to the porcelain capital of France is obviously the chance to check out its famous enamelware. The Musée National...
Église St-Michel des Lions
Named for the two granite lions flanking the door, Église St-Michel des Lions was built between the 14th and 16th centuries. It contains...
Cour du Temple
Tucked away between rue du Temple and rue du Consulat, this tiny enclosed courtyard was once a private garden belonging to nearby hôtels...
Multiplex cinema screening nondubbed films.
Le Bistrot d'Olivier
For an authentic lunch in Limoges, you can't do much better than this chaotic little place inside the market, where diners and traders...
Lonely Planet review
A lively student crowd fills the wrought-iron and marble tables of this busy bistro lined with vintage advertising posters and paintings. Give yourself plenty of time to deliberate over no fewer than 105 plats and 60 different desserts.