See Holland in bloom at the world’s most photographed gardens
Where is Keukenhof gardens?
The world-famous Keukenhof gardens is open to the public this spring and is a must-see attraction if you’re a lover of nature and flowers. Covering 70 acres, there are over 7 million flowers in bloom with 100 varieties of tulip alone as well as daffodils, hyacinths, narcissi and crocuses. There are also over 2,500 trees of which there are 87 different types. There’s even a walk of fame with tulips named after celebrities!
You can take part in walking tours, observe costume festivals and flower parades, and buy bulbs to take home for your own garden.
Keukenhof gardens is located in Lisse which is less than 20 miles from Amsterdam, 45 minutes drive from Rotterdam, or under an hour’s drive from the Hook of Holland
When should I visit Keukenhof gardens?
The gardens are open from the 21th March until the 20th May 2013, every day from 8am to 7.30pm. Find out more about visiting Keukenhof Gardens
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