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Price and Availability Index in Limoges
Holiday Letting Price Information in Limoges
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Limoges for the next twelve months. in Limoges, prices can go up to £125 (08/09 - 15/09). In August (24/08 - 31/08), prices will hit an average low of £90 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Limoges
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Limoges (in %). The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in October (06/10 - 13/10). More accommodations are available in a week of November (17/11 - 24/11) as the booking rate is only 10%.
The weather in Limoges
Check out the climate diagram for Limoges. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 1°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Luxuriate in delicate design with Limoges holiday homes
In the heart of France, your Limoges holiday home spoils you with stunning sights and cultural attractions. Famed for the precision and delicacy of its porcelain, the city itself is as elegant as you could imagine. From its exquisite train station to the historic Boucherie quarter, this city has class.
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Built in the Gothic style in 1327, Cathedrale St. Etienne features on the nation's list of historical monuments and sits adjacent to the Jardin botanique de l'Evêché and the Museum of Fine Arts. Look out for Dürer's sculpture of the Apocalypse adorning the tomb of Bishop Jean de Langeac.
Musée National Adrien Dubouche presents the most comprehensive collection of Limoges porcelain in the world. Trace the history of ceramics from Antiquity, across civilisations and continents, until it reaches the heights of sophistication in Limoges.
Unusual family attractions
Look a lion in the eye and see over 120 species of exotic plants at the 100 hectare Parc ZOO du Reynou. This isn't your average zoo either: there's also a grand château to discover among the giraffes and other exciting creatures.
Ride the steam train from Limoges Station, or head to the Climb'Up climbing wall in Rue de Douai. Vast bouldering walls and ropes let you monkey around in a relaxed environment. Or check out Limoges' Aquarium where fascinating sea creatures are floating about, and fun, interactive exhibits engage the whole family.
Travel back in time
While it may sound strange to focus on the building through which travellers pass to reach Limoges' other sights, Gare de Limoges is situated on the site of a Benedictine monastery that closed during the French Revolution.
Rue de la Boucherie is characterised by its diminutive half timbered buildings. Stroll the 130 metre long historic street connecting Place de la Motte and Place de la Chapelle Saint-Aurelien. The name refers to the butchers situated here during the Middle Ages.
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