Time Travels



Multiple days tours, focused on WWII Highlights in the North-West of France, 1940 to 1944.

  • Our 3-day Tour - Dunkirk, Dieppe, DDay 1 day
  • Our 4-day Tour - Dunkirk, Dieppe, DDay 2 days
  • Our 5-day Tour - Dunkirk, Dieppe, Battle of Normandy 3 days
  • Our 6-day Tour - Dunkirk, Dieppe, DDay 1 1/2 days, Oradour S/Glane



Liberty Road

What is Liberty Road?

Soon after the end of World War II, Guy de la Vasselais, mayor of Bleury-Saint-Symphorien, previously French liaison officer to George S. Patton, suggested the idea of erecting a monument to commemorate the Liberation of France by the American Armies: a monument that would symbolize the idea of Liberty. He proposed installation of a distinctive marker placed at each kilometre interval along the roads followed by General Patton's Third United States Army.

Beginning at Utah Beach in Normandy and ending at Bastogne in Belgium, the Liberty Road goes through the cities of Saint Malo, Rennes, Angers, Le Mans, Chartres, Fontainebleau, Reims, Verdun and Metz, and then through the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Altogether the Monument consists of 1146 Milestones. The design of these Milestones is symbolic: The Flaming Torch of Liberty, emerging from the sea, is carried eastward. Along the circumference of the Milestone's dome-shaped top, the 48 stars representing the (then) 48 United States which took part in the Liberation of France.

The “Liberty Highway” was officially opened on September 17, 1947 at Fontainebleau, by Mr Paul Ramadier, then President du Conseil, in the presence of Mr Jefferson Caffery, United States Ambassador to France and members of the American Legion. Many military and civilian dignitaries of the Allied Nations were also present at the ceremonies.

  • Our tour: a portion (or all!) of Liberty Road, towns and amount of days to be defined together.



Chateaux and Castles

Paris Area, unique must-see castles and palaces

Versailles, Chantilly, Pierrefonds, Fontainebleau, Vaux le Vicomte


Loire Valley, splendor of the Renaissance

Chambord, Chenonceaux, Amboise, Ussé


Medieval castles and heritage monuments near Paris

Meaux, Provins, Crécy la Chapelle, Donnemarie-Dontilly, Blandy-les-Tours, Melun



Conquests in the Middle Ages

Viking invasions & settlements : Rouen - Jumièges - Caen & Ornavik - Château-sur-Epte - Falaise - Fécamp - Grumesnil - optional : Carentan and the Dreknor - optional : Plédran


William the Conqueror : Falaise - Caen - Bayeux - Dives S/Mer - St Valery sur Somme - optional : Hastings (UK)


Richard Lionheart vs. Philip II-Augustus : Barfleur - Verneuil S/Avre - Rouen - Chateau Gaillard - optional : Fontevraud