The online boarding system is restricted and meant we all sat in different parts of the plane, despite there being empty seats right next to us.
All was fine
No food or drink as this was a replacement plane. No serviice to mark
Ruined the baggage situation
Everything went smoothly all good
Could’ve done without the 40 min delay, but that’s just “one of those thing’s”
Outbound flight was slightly delayed
Simple process as long as not much customer service expected . A do it yourself experience .
Known for its fine porcelain, Gothic cathedral and medieval timber frame houses, Limoges is a city that displays its history proudly.
Hot summers, mild winters and low rainfall make Limoges a year-round destination. Visit in the months of July through August, however, and you might experience dramatic thunderstorms coming in off the Bay of Biscay. The peak tourism season is also at this time of year, so expect flight and accommodation prices to go up accordingly.
If you’re travelling in high summer, then try and book early. To find the best deals on flights to Limoges you can use Expedia’s ‘Nearby airports’ and ‘Show flexible dates’ options. These will broaden your search results and let you see a wider choice of flights.
There are numerous flights to Limoges from UK airports.
Limoges-Bellegarde Airport is located around four miles to the northwest of the city. Currently there are only limited public transport options, with only a few stops a day from the number 26 bus. However, there are good shared taxi options and private cabs are also available.
Flights from the UK to Limoges are available from a number of different carriers.
From the airport you can catch a bus or shared taxi to the main train station. The grand, Art Deco Gare des Benedictins is well worth a visit in itself.
The city centre is small and easy to walk around and, exploring on foot, you’ll discover some of the city’s remaining timber frame houses.
The Gothic cathedral is the main attraction in the city, visible from miles around. The nearby castle, with its vast 12-metre high walls, and the Art Deco railway station are also rewarding sights.
Take a relaxing stroll around the Botanical Gardens before browsing the exquisite porcelain in this world-renowned pottery capital.
UK citizens don’t need a visa for travel to France and can stay for a period of up to three months.