Romarine Gaillard

Born and raised in the South of France, Romarine probably gets her smile and good mood from this very sunny part of the country.

She studied languages in different universities in France, in Germany and in the UK.
Her passion for WWII and History comes from her parents and mainly her mum, teacher in primary school and History buff, who has always taken her to a lot of historical sites in France.
She visited D-Day beaches when she was 12 and she always knew she would come back to share a part of her country’s history.
She had her first experience as a guide in a little castle in the south of France highlighting the regional history. Since then, her passion for History turned into a real professional activity.
Her other professional experience at the Chauvet cave, the replica of the oldest humanity’s work of art known today, made her realize her need to teach and share her knowledge with other people and visitors. And now, she jumps right forward in time to work as a guide on D-Day beaches.