- Paris: start at the foot of Notre-Dame, where the statue of Charlemagne on horseback surrounded by his vassals, Roland and Olivier.
- Then along the Marne through Epernay to Chateau-Thierry: the Marne was named to the Carolingian exile imposed on the last of the Merovingians, Epernay is the city where the Gospel was Ebbo, lead authors the Carolingian Renaissance.
- Of the Montagne de Reims via the Abbey of Hautvillers where the document was before the French Revolution.
- Reims: talisman of Charlemagne at the Palais du Tau (Archbishop’s Palace).
- Direction Luxembourg to reach the city of Attigny in the Ardennes: villa important of Charlemagne and the Carolingian since it held many councils and the baptism of Widukind, putting the peace with the Saxons after 33 years of war. The city also has a site called Dome Charlemagne.
- Crossing the forest of Elan Douzy up near Sedan: Another Villa Charlemagne.
- From here the road descends the Meuse by Charleville: first fortifications rebuilt by Charlemagne, and through the ruin of medieval castle Montcornet he climbed, and down to Cork with the periphery of Herstal, and Landen which come from his great grandfather and his back – back – grandfather.
- The village of Fépin: shows the presence of his father with the fountain of Pepin.
- Finally arriving in Aix through Maastricht.
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