Rue de la Boucherie
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...
Galerie du Canal
In Limoges émail (eh-my ) has nothing to do with the internet, it means 'enamel', which has been produced here since the 12th century....
Le Duc Étienne
This long-standing hang-out in the medieval quarter has a hip little bar supplying European beers and late-night coffee to a pre-club...
This venerable fine diner has been one of Limoges' top tables for donkey's years, and it's still as esteemed as ever. It's in a...
Lonely Planet review
Just off place St-Aurélien, the pedestrianised rue de la Boucherie – so named because of the butchers' shops that lined the street in the Middle Ages – contains many of the city's most attractive medieval half-timbered houses. The Maison de la Boucherie houses a small history museum, and nearby is the tiny Chapelle Saint-Aurélien , dedicated to the patron saint of butchers.