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Brive-la-Gaillarde
Interesting
Brive-la-Gaillarde The Essential
Interesting
Situated on the crossroads of the Bas-Limousin and the high plateaus of Quercy, this is an important railway junction that has become the business capital of the area. Its main industries are food canning plants that take in the fruit and vegetables from all around. Land of rugby and foie gras, Brive knows what « good living » means. The old quarter is attractive with the warm colours of the beige, stepped facades and the blue hued roofs.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Brive-la-Gaillarde
Hôtel de Labenche
Hôtel de Labenche
Built in 1540 by Jean II de Calvimont,
15 minutes
St Martin's Collegiate Church, Brive-la-Gaillarde
St Martin's Collegiate Church, Brive-la-Gaillarde
The transept square of this collegiate
30 minutes
Edmond-Michelet Museum
Edmond-Michelet Museum
Paintings, photos, posters and documents
60 minutes
Halle Georges-Brassens
Halle Georges-Brassens
People from Brive are not bitter and
15 minutes
Hôtel Desbruslys
Hôtel Desbruslys
This dwelling stands on the corner of
15 minutes
Logis de l'abbesse des Clarisses
Logis de l'abbesse des Clarisses
Dormers with semicircular pediments