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Spring in Holland: Keukenhof Tulip Fields

Welcome the spring at the Keukenhof Gardens when they are in full bloom. Visit the largest floral park in Europe during the flowering period, bike along the endless blossoming fields and experience an explosion of colours! Stay in pretty B&Bs on your way and discover Holland

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Keukenhof, the Most Beautiful Spring Garden

The magnificent Keukenhof Gardens only open a few weeks a year, from mid-March to mid-May, and are located not far from Amsterdam. An ideal opportunity to fully experience one of the iconic symbols of Holland, the tulip. See the wonderful bloom of over 7,000,000 bulbs and sail on a colourful sea of ​​hyacinths, tulips and daffodils. 32 hectares of land and 15 km of trails offer breathtaking scenes. So much to see for the whole family. What are you waiting for? Book a sweet little B&B now!

B&B Keukenhof

The Flowering Fields of Den Haag

As well as the celebrated Keukenhof, you can also find many Tulip fields in the region along the Den Haag Coast (The Hague). This beautiful seaside city, the seat of the Dutch Government and Parliament, is the ideal starting point for your journey through the colours of spring. Do not miss a boat trip on the city canals, the fabulous royal gardens, and, if you love art, the exhibition dedicated to Escher and the Mauritshuis.

Bed and Breakfast Den Haag

When it’s spring again, I’ll bring again, Tulips from Amsterdam!

Amsterdam is located not far from glorious Keukenhof and is an ideal destination for your spring break trips. This buzzing European Capital has a strangely intimate village feel. With its windy streets and enchanting UNESCO World Heritage canals. Visit the beautiful Museums, the floating flower market and take a boat ride to the beautiful Vondelpark. April 27th is King’s Day in Holland, the King’s official birthday, where everybody will wear orange in celebration. Don’t forget to pack an orange T-shirt for your Spring break trips!

Unique B&Bs in Amsterdam

Modern Rotterdam

Rotterdam, a young and dynamic city, is best known for its innovative design. If you are fond of architecture, Rotterdam is the perfect destination. The devastation of the Second World War gave the city the opportunity to rebuild with an ultramodern experimental vision which created a unique skyline. The Cubic Houses, the Erasmus Bridge, the central station and the Markthal are just some of the iconic buildings of this stunning city. If you’re visiting the Keukenhof this spring, tear yourself away and discover a different view of modern Holland.

Bed and Breakfast Rotterdam

Spring Charm at Giethoorn

On your spring tour of the Netherlands, from the famous Keukenhof gardens to the big cities. Try not to miss the magic of a small, typically Dutch village. We recommend a trip to the quaint village of Giethoorn, in the province of Overijssel. Here time seems to be suspended between water and sky. You can leave your car and visit this enchanting vehicle-free Dutch village only on foot or by boat along its beautiful canals. Booking a B&B with a relaxed and family atmosphere in Giethoorn is definitely the best way to experience this miniature Venice!

B&B Giethoorn

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