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The Garden of Europe, also known as Keukenhof, is one of the world’s largest flower gardens, located in the Dutch municipality of Lisse. This gorgeous park is an easy day trip from Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport, and other places in Holland to see the tulips and other blooms.
Every year, over 7 million flower bulbs are planted in this famed 32-hectare (80-acre) garden, resulting in an astonishing diversity of flowers and colors. The Dutch, of course, are tulip experts; employing a combination of early, regular, and late flowering bulbs, tulips can be seen for the most of the two-month season. Early in the season, when Japanese cherry blossoms are also visible, crocuses, narcissus (daffodils), and hyacinths are more common.
The flowers are certainly the primary attraction at Keukenhof, but the park is truly a destination for people of all ages. Small children will love the numerous playgrounds, while visitors of all ages will be entertained by a full-scale windmill, public art and performances, as well as unique presentations.
Keukenhof will be open daily from 08:00 to 19:30 from 24 March to 15 May 2022 if you wish to see the flowers.