Why Grasse?

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To dis­cover the history of per­fume, you can head to the Museé In­ter­na­tional de la Par­fumerie, where ex­hibits date back over 3,000 years and you can also pay a small fee to take a wan­der round their beau­ti­ful flower gar­den. Grasse also has a va­ri­ety of fully func­tion­ing per­fume fac­to­ries that of­fer free guided tours – the most pop­u­lar fac­tory tour is the Frag­o­nard Per­fumery tour. There’s also a huge range of tourist at­trac­tions in this re­gion of France, as well as tons of restau­rants and bars for you to visit while you’re there. As you will fly into Nice you’ll have a chance to ex­plore a lit­tle of the South of France. You can travel from Nice to Grasse by train or bus, but No.1 would rec­om­mend hir­ing a car, as this will give you a chance to stop off at some beau­ti­ful towns, such as An­tibes and Cannes, along the way and turn your travel time into an ex­cit­ing road­trip.

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