Course back in the eighteenth century, an outline made among the English advantaged and the new class of rich shippers and assembling plant proprietors, to visit Italy and see the impressive regions of the old-fashioned conventional world.
A standout amongst the clearest courses for voyagers to get to Italy on their "Superb Tour", as it was called, was to cross France to Marseilles, by then take a watercraft along the float.
Among the stopping places on this sea travel was the little port of Nice; the float here had an especially delicate environment, and it was not a long time before some English visitors took to wintering in this perfect spot between the Alps and the Mediterranean.
Amid a period when current central warming had not been outlined, It was significantly more enchanting to stay in Nice than return to a cool damp English winter. Mediterranean tourism had begun.