The greatest advantage of Limousin is the possibility of communing with nature. A large part of the region is covered by forests, typical of the region are also wetlands, peat bogs and numerous lakes, as well as rural landscapes with meadows and arable fields, many rivers have their source here. Tourists can use many hiking and biking trails, bathing areas and canoeing trips. There are also many studs organizing horse-riding expeditions. Limousin is the perfect place for an idyllic family holiday.
The second, no less fascinating face of Limousin is represented by the local towns and numerous small villages. The main and largest town in the region is Limoges, whose symbol is the monumental Gothic Limoges Cathedral. In addition to interesting architectural monuments, such as the town hall and magnificent tenement houses, in Limoges you can visit the Museum of Fine Arts with an interesting exhibition, go to the aquatic world at the Aquarium du Limousin or see works of ceramics produced in the city from the 18th century at the Adrien Dubouché National Museum. It is Limoges where you will find the famous French porcelain!