As we continue to navigate the constant changes presented by this pandemic, our guests remain our top priority. Even though work environments have changed, our team continues to help you and other guests with all questions and with (re)scheduling their bike tour. We will continue to do so until we can start welcoming you again into our country. In these unexpected quiet months, we have already started with improvements we had planned for the coming fall and winter. For example, new routes, better cycling navigation and easier route information. We want to be in top shape once travelling is safe again!
Currently the tulips are in bloom yet there are no visitors in the Netherlands, nor is the largest flower garden in the world, the Keukenhof, allowed to welcome visitors. Even though nothing can beat seeing the explosion of color in our tulip fields in real life, we hope that you can still enjoy the tulips via the Keukenhof website as it is virtually open for guests. The gardeners of the Keukenhof flower gardens will explain their year-round work and show you their favorite tulips that they have planted. They have planted over 7 million bulbs last year, to showcase in the gardens this year. It brings a variety of 800 different tulips.
“Because you cannot visit Keukenhof right now, we decided to bring Keukenhof to you!” says the park’s managing director. When watching the technicolor tulips, daffodils, and hyacinths online, you are guaranteed to be brightened up your day!
See one video of the 'Spring Series' here or click on the link below to visit the YouTube channel of Keukenhof.