Car Rental in Limoges, France

Car Rental in Limoges, France


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Pick up a car rental in Limoges and discover a town as intricate and beautiful as the fine porcelain and enamelware it is famous for. Soak up the cultural atmosphere and fall in love with the rose-tinted medieval buildings that characterize this lovely French town. With a Limoges car rental, you'll also be able to explore the nearby gorgeous green hills and lakeside views. 

For a glimpse into Limoges' illustrious past and the ceramics that made it possible, be sure to visit the Adrien Dubouché Museum and the Limoges Fine Arts Museum. Then, use your Limoges car rental to discover the charms of the two separate medieval quarters at the heart of the city, from cobbled walkways and charming modern boulevards to an unforgettable Gothic Cathedral. 

Ready for an adventure? Book a cheap car rental in Limoges and discover this scenic town at your own pace. 

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Getting to Know Limoges

See a completely different side to the city with a tour of the subterranean tunnels that were once used for storage and shelter, or stop to wonder at the Bénédictins Train Station. Boasting a 60-meter clock tower, it is one of the world's most stunning stations. These are just a few of the sights well worth exploring with a Limoges car rental. 

Limoges' Hidden Secrets

In addition to its fabulous museums and galleries, Limoges boasts a few well kept secrets. Head along to the Rue du Consulat to find the lovely Cour du Temple, a tiny but gorgeous courtyard where you'll find traces of old coats of arms and a 17th century staircase. Another small attraction that packs a big punch is the local aquarium, which provides a home to thousands of fish in the city's old reservoirs.