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Villa Rufolo Questions & Answers

Baltimore, Maryland

Is this attraction handicap accessible? I'm not in a wheelchair, but I have severe arthritis, use a cane, and cannot climb many stairs. Thank you for your help.

over a year ago Answer

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Milan, Italy
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I'm sorry but I really didn't notice. I wish you all the best in your travels!

over a year ago
Makati, Philippines
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Hi.. the square is accesible. bur if you want to go inside the villa there will be a lot of stairs..not that steep but few stairs here and everywhere. View from the square is different from the villa. There are 2 viewing deck, just go to the lower one where the flower landscape is shld be easier for you. Bec the view nd the landscape is worth all the pain! Goodluck and happy touring!

over a year ago
Hamilton Square, New Jersey
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I believe there is an elevator. The hotel is fine but there are a lot of steps in areas of the city and some of the roads are cobblestone.

over a year ago
Houston, Texas
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This attraction is right by the town square area, so it's easy to get to without a lot of extra walking. I don't know if it's technically handicap accessible in the formal sense, but there is plenty to see without a lot of climbing. There are stairs leading down to a garden area, but there aren't many, and you don't have to go down to that level. The views are pretty amazing from this villa.

over a year ago
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