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.