Colourful Keukenhof

It’s almost that time of year again when the scarfs come off and the daffodil come out…Spring! One of my favourite places to visit to spot spring in full swing is The Netherlands. More specifically – Keukenhof. 

Keukenhof, meaning kitchen garden, opens it’s doors from mid-March and is a magnificent springtime exhibition of Dutch bulbs, flowers and plants and is one of the World’s largest flower gardens. 

Having grown up and spent many years in Holland I have visited Keukenhof numerous times but this was the first time I had my camera in tow and could really appreciate it all…(I use to go with my cousins and spend the whole time running around causing havoc, as you do when you’re a kid!) Last year I dragged my mum along with me and we were very lucky to get such beautiful sunshine as April in Holland can be a bit hit and miss on the weather front.


1 Comment

  • Jade Goldsmith
    21 June 2016 at 13:24

    Definitely one of the most colorful places here in Holland! I love living so close to Keukenhof and the streets of Amsterdam are always filled with tulips from April – June.


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