Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Italy, beyond the most common Tourist Destinations
  2. 2 Itinerary Help for Portugal
  3. 3 18-19 day Budapest -Croatia itinerary
  4. 4 8-9 day Paris-Amsterdam-Rome
  5. 5 Venice
  6. 6 Naxos experts - pros and cons of Kymata vs. Agios Prokopios Hotel
  7. 7 Itinerary help Germany/Austria/Dolomites
  8. 8 Frustrated about Smolensk
  9. 9 London 2For1 question
  10. 10 Mantova, Ravenna, Ferrara fall 2017?
  11. 11 Fastest travel from Malpensa to Port of Genoa
  12. 12 16-17 days in Western Europe
  13. 13 Tuscan Country Side v Florence apartments with Child
  14. 14 7 days in Greece
  15. 15 3 Month Europe Itineray -- please critique :)
  16. 16 Trip Report yk's 12 days in Spain by herself Trip Report
  17. 17 Where to Begin If You're Ending in Amsterdam
  18. 18 Another Book List for Italy
  19. 19 Charming hotel in a village along the Rhine?
  20. 20 Last night in Sweden
  21. 21 Best Itinerary for 15 Days?
  22. 22 Trip Report A few days in Naples - what a great city
  23. 23 Paris or Edinburgh - 3 days which to choose?
  24. 24 Trip Report PARIS: Mini Trip Report, Maxi Enjoyment!
  25. 25 charming cities in Spain
View next 25 » Back to the top

Garden tours for those with limited walking ability?

Jump to last reply

A question geared to the senior traveller:
Are there any gardens to see for someone with limited walking capability due to a painful knee. Does any garden offer options for seniors who want to see the gardens but have trouble walking any great length?

The information is for an over-75 year old couple who will have a driver, so they don't need tour information. They are open to going anywhere in Ireland, but thought the southern area may be a good place to start.

I tried searching the Forum, but couldn't find anything. Hope someone can help!
Many thanks.

8 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement