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61 thoughts on “Keukenhof: Spring in the Garden of Europe”

  1. These pictures are stunning Len! I’ve lived in the Netherlands for a few months, but never visited the Keukenhof. What a pity! -Verne

  2. And if one manages to rent a bike, go outside of the gardens. Just around the corner barely 10 minutes’ ride one will be hit with all the flower fields. In fact, you can see it from the gardens itself. But the best experience is to walk the real fields!

    1. It must be great! I can imagine. Actually, Keukenhof also offers boat trips to the tulip fields. But for some reasons, we didn’t do that 🙂

    1. Unfortunately, I do not know any field around Amsterdam. But the area around Keukenhof is full of tulip fields. Lisse is what the town is called. Maybe the tourist office there can give you some advice. Keukenhof also offers a boat tour to tulip fields. I think the tour takes around 45 to 60 min.

    1. Thanks a lot for your compliment, Nano! I guess I had a lucky day. The weather was totally in my favor and there were not so many people that jumped in front of my camera 🙂

  3. You are making me very very jealous and very very upset that I will not be able to see it this year 😭 I’ve always loved gardens and greenery…

    1. Oh! Such a shame. But head up! There are still many flower fields in July. For example, lavender fields in Provence 😉

  4. So idyllic! What is the theme of this year? When I went there 2 years ago, the theme was Van Gogh so it was really fun for art lovers. 🙂

    1. I think the theme for this year is Dutch Design. Not so sure 🙂 I remember the theme because there were a pavilion that displayed the blue-white porcelain from Delft.

    1. The garden is opening till May. So you still have time to plan a weekend trip 😉 I am sure you can make some wonderful photos of the garden.

  5. This place looks so beautiful! every time I see pictures of Keukenhof, I ask myself why I didn’t go there yet 😀 In real life the garden must be even more amazing))

    1. Your words made my day. Thanks a lot, Vinneve! 🙂 Spring is coming so we are going to see more colour. I am getting tired of the greyness and whiteness of winter haha.

      1. You’re welcome, I am just saying the truth. I like Autumn colours and yes of course Spring!

  6. Such a exquisite display of floral beauty! Nature has so much for us to behold and we need to take time before the seasons change again!

  7. Wow! It looks fantastic. Never heard of these gardens. And so much colour. Thanks for sharing this wonderful piece of paradise. 🙂

    1. Those fields are indeed amazing. I wish I could have time to see more of them 🙂 Thank you for your compliments!

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