Have a stroll in the Evêché's Garden
Treat yourself to a revitalising stroll in the flower-filled paths of the Jardin de l'Evêché, overlooking the Vienne. Created in 1956, it was gradually expanded to now contain more than 3,000 plants, presented to walkers from three different perspectives: historical, practical - medicinal, aromatic, dye plants... - and ecological. The park is free and open all year round from 8am to 9pm.
Visit the Fine-Arts Museum
After your visit to the gardens, take a tour of the Museum of Fine Arts, more commonly known as the "Musée de l'Evêché", housed in the former episcopal palace. You will certainly find your happiness among its four collections of works: one dedicated to the enamel of Limousin, another to the history of Limoges, the Fine Arts collection composed of paintings, sculptures and drawings, and finally the collection of Egyptian antiquities.
Wander around the Boucherie district
With its numerous half-timbered buildings, rue de la Boucherie is one of the most touristy places in the city. Every third Friday in October for over 40 years, the Frairie des Petits Ventres welcomes lovers of meat and gastronomy for a day. If you missed the event, don't panic! The district is full of treasures, the first of which is undoubtedly the Saint-Aurelien chapel, the patron saint of butchers; a classified monument dating from the 15th century. The 19th century market halls on Place de la Motte are also worth a visit. You can do your shopping there from Tuesday to Saturday between 7am and 2:30pm.