Spring in Holland

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Spring in Holland

Spring in Holland is a party. After a generally long autumn and winter, no nation is happier to greet the first days of spring than the Dutch. All across the land, chairs are moved outside onto even the tiniest of terraces. Suddenly, it’s as though everyone owns a convertible, and the rest of Holland whistles happily while riding their bike. Spring is clearly more than welcome and is always a great time to visit Holland.

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Spring in Holland is a party. After a generally long autumn and winter, no nation is happier to greet the first days of spring than the Dutch. All across the land, chairs are moved outside onto even the tiniest of terraces. Suddenly, it’s as though everyone owns a convertible, and the rest of Holland whistles happily while riding their bike. Spring is clearly more than welcome and is always a great time to visit Holland.

  • Spring is the best time to visit Holland
  • Holland enjoys 470 hours of son in spring
  • Cycle through the beautiful flower-bulb fields

Tulip season

It’s not just the cities where life suddenly moves outside – the forests, parks and beaches are merrily crowded as well. Everything comes back to life, trees show their budding leaves and countless trees display their colourful blossoms. And we haven’t even started on the pride and joy of Holland: its tulips. Which, together with many other bulbs, are at their best in spring.

Sun hours

Again, spring is a wonderful time to visit Holland. It has 470 sun hours on average and many days on which you can relax on the beach for a lovely tan. And if you don’t like sunning yourself, why not take a brisk walk and have a drink at one of the many beach cafés. Do keep in mind, however, that evenings and nights are generally still chilly. 

Visit Holland in spring

There are countless possible accommodations for your spring visit to Holland. From holiday home to hotel or comfortable B&B