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Keukenhof: Entrance + Transport from Tilburg, Breda and Oosterhout

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About: Keukenhof

The tulip is one of the most iconic symbols of the Netherlands – and nowhere are they worshipped more whole-heartedly than at the Keukenhof. Known as the Garden of Europe, Keukenhof has fields of more than seven million tulips spread out over 32 hectares.

The focus is on the mighty tulip, but roses, gerberas, daffodils, orchids, and more all get their time to shine here. There are English and Japanese gardens, a playground, petting zoo, maze and much more to explore. It's open for just eight weeks each spring.

Keukenhof
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Keukenhof
Stationsweg 166A, 2161 AM, Lisse
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