Limoges holiday rentals
The city, which has been designated a town of art and history, like Tours, Honfleur, and Nantes, is known for its beautiful and durable ceramics – no doubt many who rent holiday homes Limoges will buy a few pieces to take home - and the Musée Nationale de la Porcelaine is one of the most famous and fascinating attractions. The Cathedral of St-Etienne, whose construction began in the thirteenth century and lasted over six hundred years, and the Quartier de la Boucherie, the old butchers quarter, is one of the oldest conserved parts of the city, are both beautiful and certainly worth a visit. As capital of the Limousin region, a Limoges holiday rental is a good choice for any gastronomic tourists wanting to sample the best local food. Limousin cuisine incorporates local breeds of beef and mutton, as well as blueberries, chestnuts, and mushrooms. Familiar foods and dishes from the region include foie gras, fricassée, confit, and clafoutis.