• Discover the heritage of Aubusson. Sit back and enjoy one of our themed tours punctuated by ten stages, or design your own customised tour (videos, audioguides…).
  • Vidéoguide Limousin

    Vidéoguide Limousin, an online tour guide resource designed to assist you in your discovery of the rich heritage of Limousin, through videos and audio commentaries.

    Upload the free mobile application Videoguide Limousin, on Google Play and App Store.

    Click on the QR code to go to the store

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    Travelling in Limousin, you can discover several heritage trails courtesy of the GPS feature with the mobile application.

    It can be consulted from your home computer, on the website, allowing you to experience a virtual tour of Limousin heritage, access practical information and plan a visit to Limousin.

  • Discover the heritage of Beaulieu sur Dordogne.Situated on a meander of the Dordogne in a hilly valley between the departments of the Lot and the Corrèze, Beaulieu offers a beautiful landscape and a microclimate.
  • Destination Bénévent l’Abbaye Discover Bénévent l’Abbaye thanks to Vidéoguide Limousin, a multimedia tour guide app and website.
  • Discover the island of Vassivière Visit the island, its landscape and modern artworks thanks to Videoguide Limousin, a multimedia tour guide and internet and mobile app tool.
  • Destination Les Cars Discover the vestiges of Les Cars castle and its annexes thanks to Videoguide Limousin, a multimedia tour guide application and website.
  • Discover the heritage of Limoges. Limoges is 2.000 years old and it is the capital of Limousin. The city owes its international reputation to porcelain and enamel arts. Limoges was founded near a ford on the river Vienne, and developed around 2 distinct urban cores.
  • Discover the heritageof country of art and historyVezere Ardoise Visit Allassac, Saint-Viance and Voutezac with Videoguide Limousin, a multimedia tour guide website and mobile application
  • Discover the Painter’s Valley For one century, from 1850 to 1950, Creuse valley, between Berry and Limousin, attracted hundreds of Impressionist painters, who were seduced by the area’s wilderness : its rocky landscape, moorland and white water.