Keukenhof Gardens, also known as 'The Garden of Europe', is the
world's largest permanent flower garden, where we can admire
fantastic floral displays. About seven million tulip bulbs are
planted here each year along with crocuses, daffodils, orchids and
other flowers, creating an explosion of brilliant colour.
The gardens only open in the spring, to ensure the best possible
seasonal display of the beautiful flowering plants. Across 80 acres
of parkland, Keukenhof also has tranquil ponds, sculpture gardens,
greenhouses, a windmill open to the public, and has several cafés
and terraces to relax in.