Although Grasse breathes perfume wherever it goes, the city has an interesting old center to visit. The cobbled streets hide some narrow staircases, which lead to several medieval structures. Along the way, you will find flowered squares and centenary old houses painted in ocher colors.
If you follow the uprights, you will reach the cathedral of Notre Dame de Puy, with its Provencal-Roman architecture and built in 1244. Just next door is the town hall, which has been installed in the old episcopal palace.
This visit to Grasse was a fascinating adventure with the sense of smell. I was very pleased to be able to understand how we interpret an odor, then react and create sensations.