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Is the walking tour accessible for wheelchairs. I can walk but not any distance.
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Hello Rosalind,

Welcome to our Community! It's great that you are planning a trip to Ireland.

First of all, we have a few tips about accessibility on the island you might find useful. 

Furthermore, each tour operator or guide who organizes walking tours might have different rules when it comes to accessibility. In which cities were the walking tours you had in mind?

I would first suggest that you get in touch with the tours you are interested in to make sure the wheelchair won't be an issue. You'll find an overview of our tour operators on this page. This Limerick-based tour operator (Discovering Ireland) seems to specialize in accessible holidays and could help you further.

Talk soon,

Antoine

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