Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Positano vs. Amalfi vs. Praiano
  2. 2 Trip Report First - but not last - trip to Greece
  3. 3 Online Site for Alhambra Tickets
  4. 4 Venice to Zermatt by Train
  5. 5 Trip Report OUR 2-WEEK SPANISH JOURNEY: MADRID, TOLEDO, AND ANDALUCIA!
  6. 6 Destination ideas for 88 year old
  7. 7 Itinerary between Milan and Venice
  8. 8 Venice, Florence, Umbria, Rome, AND Amalfi?
  9. 9 Solo accommodation -- London -- Dec 19-ish
  10. 10 He Musta Saw Us a-Comin': A Brief, Cautionary Tale about Taxis in Rome
  11. 11 Trip Report FRANCE 10 YEARS ON: Paris Dordogne Albi Toulouse Arles S Rhone and Nice
  12. 12 Cyclades w/kids & my ruins-fanatic DH (itin and accommodation advice)
  13. 13 Ok then, what trip was difficult to organize?
  14. 14 Arenal:Bullring area Seville?
  15. 15 Paging @bobthenavigator and others for Amalfi Coast accommodation advice
  16. 16 Bruges
  17. 17 Poor weather outlook 10/16-19 Grindenwald
  18. 18 Birthday dinner in Salzburg
  19. 19 Trip Report Scotland in 18 nights, smirr and sun and mud!
  20. 20 Trip Report Boozing and Bathing in Budapest!
  21. 21 6 months in Europe itinerary-Countries
  22. 22 Trip planning to Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg
  23. 23 Planning A trip
  24. 24 Trip Report A week in the Occitanie
  25. 25 Question about Loire Valley châteaux
View next 25 » Back to the top

Tour company recommendations for my 70 year old parents

Jump to last reply

My parents (in their 70s) will be celebrating a milestone anniversary next year, and would like to take a trip to Europe to celebrate. It has been many, many years since they have been to Europe, and they have decided that they are more comfortable taking a tour rather than trying to navigate getting around by themselves. They are looking for a reputable tour company in the "middle of the road" price range - i.e. not luxurious but not staying in youth hostels either. They would like to see France, Italy and Germany, but are open to other tour routes as well. Fortunately, they are both in good health and are fine with lots of walking. Fine dining is not important to them - they would like to see the major sights and experience Europe without worrying about logistics, language barriers, transportation, obtaining tickets, etc.

Have any of you ever taken a guided tour in Europe and if so, would you recommend your tour company?

Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

A

54 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement