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Limoges

Limoges is a city in the Limousin region of western France. The city's main station is the Gare de Limoges-Benedictins, offering direct routes to cities including Paris and Lyon. The city itself is served by the Limoges trolleybus system.

How to get to Limoges from
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The overnight trainhotel (trenhotel) between Paris and Barcelona is the easiest way to travel between the two cities by train. The journey is made on board a rolling hotel, the Joan Miro run by Elipsos.

There are four principal seating options, with the most uncomfortable (for an overnight journey) being a standard reclining seat. Often the cheapest option is to travel in Tourist Class, which is a four-berth cabin with washbasin. Preferente cabins have one or two berths, with a washbasin and breakfast included. The most luxurious class is the Gran Clase, which has one or two berths, a private shower, toilet, and includes breakfast and dinner in the price.

Fare discounts are available if you are travelling as a pair or as a family. See the fare table below, or follow the booking links for further information.