Tourism - Haute-Vienne

The Haute Vienne is a French department located in the region of Limousin in central France and is bordered by the departments of Charente, Corrèze, Creuse, Dordogne, Indre and Vienne.

Haute-Vienne enjoys a prime location on the ‘Plateau du Limousin’ where the landscape is an amazing collection of forests, valleys, escarpments and gorges.

Limoges is the capital of the Haute Vienne and also of the Limousin region and is located in the centre of the department with easy access with to its international airport.

Limoges has a stunning architecture such as the magnificent Gothic cathedral as well as examples of French property from almost every period. Due to its long history properties are a real mix and the city is full of medieval buildings but also traditional French stone buildings and houses in the renaissance style.

Limoges is also the city of the porcelain where its history began around the XIIIth century.

Top tourist cities in Haute-Vienne


Tourism Limoges: The capital of Porcelaine

Limoges is located in west central France and is the capital of the Haute-Vienne department and the administrative capital of the Limousin. It is built on high ground overlooking the river Vienne. Limoges's porcelain is well represented in the Musée ...

Must : Musée national de la porcelaine - Adrien Debouché, Gare des Bénédictins, Musée de la Résistance


Tourism Bellac

Bellac is a French commune, located in the northern department of Haute-Vienne and region of Limousin. Sigths The Notre-Dame-de-Bellac twelfth and fourteenth century The Chapel of the Penitents The Notre Dame de Lorette Town Hall Remains of Walls thirteenth ...


Tourism Rochechouart

 Rochechouart a French commune, located in the department of Haute-Vienne and region of Limousin. Sights in Rochechouart St. Saviour Church Castle of Rochechouart

Must : Château de Rochechouart

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