Journey and travel seem to have provoked the imagination of poets, novelists and playwrights in the literature of different nations. As a whole journey represents a broader concept in the world of drama. The journey begins by the title of the play and on the stage the characters heighten it to a climax so that the memory of the journey lasts for a long time after the play itself is over. Three plays that are discussed in the paper depict three different kinds of journeys: For instance Eugene LAbicH ridicules traveling by train in his play, Mr. Perrichon‘s Journey; Albert CAMIJS’S Misunderstanding is about a tragic trip; Jules SupERViELLE in his Shéhérazade embarks on a journey on the wings of imagination.