The tulip gardens

It's located near Lisse, south of Amsterdam. According to the official Keukenhof Park page, seven million flower bulbs are planted annually in the park.

It's a magical place that delights nature and flower enthusiasts. It's a stunning garden and the world's largest flower park. With an area of 79 acres, Keukenhof offers visitors the chance to explore an incredible variety of plants and flowers, including tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and more. Additionally, the park features beautiful lakes, picturesque bridges, and artistic sculptures, creating a unique atmosphere. It's an unmissable destination for those seeking beauty and tranquility. So, come and let yourself be enchanted by the lushness and vibrant colors of Keukenhof!

Keukenhof means 'Kitchen Garden' in English and is partially situated within the property of the castle with the same name, the Keukenhof Castle.

The architect Zocher, the same who designed the Vondelpark in Amsterdam, designed this Keukenhof garden. The idea to open the garden to the public in 1959 helped the Netherlands become the world's largest flower exporter