The size of Limoges is perfectly suited to exploring on foot. For us, this is the best way to discover the architectural details of the buildings and enjoy the atmosphere of each district. Then, go on an adventure in Limousin.

What notions of distance-time:

  • from the station to the Cathedral > From the cathedral to Les Halles > 800m by 12 minutes
  • from the Cathedral to La Rue de la Boucherie > 1,1km in 16 minutes
  • from the station to the town hall > 1,3 km and 20 minutes
  • From the Tourist Office to the Adrien Dubouché Museum > 1,1 km by 16 minutes

Before going for a walk, find where to park

To make your stay easier and to be able to walk around freely, do not hesitate to first consult the section How come ?

And if necessary, find out the perfect place to park in bus and car parks in the city or on Casapark, parking at the inhabitant.

Definitely don't want to walk!

In private or to share with a small committee (capacity of 6 max), the tuk-tuk brings you hair
to the winds for a discovery closer to the life of the districts. In 2 circuits (to be combined), the little tourist train allows you in larger groups (50 people) to discover the city with commentary.

And while driving?

  • Limoges cycle paths are developing and electric bikes are multiplying in Limoges. If you are not helped by electricity, we advise you to buy or rent a good pair of calves... but we don't know where...
  • Also in the countryside 2 wheels is developing… but here again it is better to be equipped with a yellow vest and to be careful in the roundabouts.
  • For sports enthusiasts, we advise you to favor the particularly numerous slopes on the side of the Monts d'Ambazac and Blond Mountains.

By bus or trolley?

By free shuttle: From Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m., with a passage every 15 minutes! find network map here.

By bus or trolley: It's on the website of the STL that you will find all the information and become knowledgeable about the lines and timetables of the Urban Community. For regular departmental buses, go to the website of the RRTHV.

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