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I have been to many Gardens all over the world but this is in a world of it's own!
Very easy to get to - combined entry /express bus ticket from the airport. Also easy to get around as good paths & mainly flat.
I have always thought a tulip was a tulip, and then Keukenhof happened... there were the expected types of tulips... but then, big tulips, small tulips, droopy tulips, hairy tulips, red, orange, burnt umber, gold, yellow, blue, pink... hundreds, thousands of tulips. Amazing! I am...More
We landed on Schiphol early and bought tickets for the bus and park straight outside the terminal. Everything was well organized and the line in front of us was going fast. We went on a crowded bus to the park. The park is just AMAZING!!!!...More
The Keukenhof is actually a vitrine for advertisement of the Dutch floral companies, each parcel has been handled by a company which did its best to give an overview of their know-how. The areas of the roses and the orchids are amazing, you can see...More
We were too early for the displays of tulips. I think this should be mentioned when booking, if you are going on a organized bus/coach trip. The marquees were great and worth a visit anyway.
The trip is quite short and if you want coffee...More
First suggestion purchase tickets in advance. We were staying in Leiden and there was a bus that went directly to Keuchenhof. Although busy the park is huge and accommodated the crowds well. There is eating places within the park.If you are fortunate to be there...More
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There is a website...tulipsinholland, that you can sign up to get weekly updates on the progress of the flowers every spring. I did so and found that some of the flowers actually start blooming in March... More
There is a website...tulipsinholland, that you can sign up to get weekly updates on the progress of the flowers every spring. I did so and found that some of the flowers actually start blooming in March. This past year they had a cold winter, which retarding the early blooming of flowers, and then by early April the weather was hotter than normal and the blooming started to accelerate. I visited on May 8th and nearly all of the flowers in the fields had been cut, however the millions of tulips in their large shaded garden area were intact and a real pleasure to see. All that being said, from my reading of the weekly reports and my own observations I think a visit from the third week of April to the first week of May will give you some spectacular views and some memories that will be lasting. Hope you enjoy!