云12345The Picasso Museum is one of the most not-to-be-missed art attractions, the predecessor of the 12th century Le château Grimaldi. Picasso came to the Cote de Blue in 1946 and stayed at Grimaldi Castle for six months, then turned it into a Picasso Museum for everyone to visit. The Picasso Museum in Antibes is a little niche compared to the Picasso Museum in Paris, Barcelona, Malaga, etc. But it's enough to give you an idea of the artist's leisure time in South France. Ticket price: 8 euros transport: bus 200 between Nice and Cannes, Nice train can also go to Antibes.
小思文The International Perfume Museum is also a good place to learn about the characteristics of Provence perfumes. This museum is also very popular. You can buy some perfumes when you visit here. They are all pure flowers coming out.
轻轻的一个蚊The small town of Saint-Paul de Vence is a small mountain village between Nice and Cannes. Surrounded by medieval city walls, it is a mecca of modern art. It is said that Picasso loved this village very much.
De Vence is situated near the sea and the mountains. The location should be very important. The stone roads in the village are winding and winding, and the paths are lined with medieval buildings. In the 16th century, France and Italy were invaded twice during the war between France and Italy. Therefore, in order to improve its low defense capabilities, the art and culture patron of the Renaissance and the then French King Francois I, in 1543 to 1547 , Ordered the construction of strong walls and gates. The city wall has been preserved to this day, and some military defense style buildings can also be seen in the city.
MapleThe Perfume Museum displays the ancient history as the birthplace of perfume, and it was once one of the oldest perfume factories in Grasse. On the upper and lower three floors, the ancient incense-making artifacts, the original perfume containers, and the exquisite bottles and jars are the daily necessities of the noble ladies in the Middle Ages, which still reveal luxury. The containers used to hold perfume in various eras include ancient amphora, a set of glassware in a wooden outer box, and modern glass portable bottles inlaid with jewels.
At the exit, Huagongna's largest store in South France, hundreds of products are displayed one by one, from the packaging design to the shape of the perfume bottle, they are all artistic. Is the price very expensive? No, a 50ml bottle of Eau de Toilette costs only 40 Euros, which is very cost-effective.
UdjatMusée Jean-Honoré Fragonard, the Musée-Villa Fragonard Art Museum mainly exhibits works by the French painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806) and his family members. These artistic paintings show the exquisite beauty of Rococo art. Some interior decoration murals were painted by Fragonard from the age of 11. Fragonard is a native of Grasse, and the local perfume brand Hua Gongna takes his surname. A 15-minute walk from the train station.
The medieval town with retro skirts is a great place to take a trip to South France.
Located in the hinterland of South France, Grasse has been the essence processing center of South France since ancient times. More than 30 perfume processing factories allow you to experience perfume production freely and learn the history of perfume development.
From perfumery raw material production workshops in the suburbs to the Huagongna Perfume Factory and the Perfume Museum in the heart of the city, Grasse can find perfume-related attractions everywhere. Come here, you can also create your own perfume here. It is a French privilege to have Grasse, the world's perfume capital. Known as the paradise of smell, Grasse has numerous perfume museums, laboratories and production plants. Which girl does not want to live in such a small town?