Nature lovers spending their vacation in the Netherlands can’t afford to miss the spectacular Keukenhof, which is also known as the “Garden of Europe”. As one of the biggest and most stunning flower gardens in the world, you can expect that it has bewildering sights that you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
The gardens, which are nestled in the charming town of Lisse, features seven million flowering bulbs in its 32 hectares or 79 acres of land. The place is open to the public from mid-March to mid-May but the best time to come here is in mid-April when the tulips are in full bloom.
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