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Flowers

Holland is famous for its beautiful flower bulb fields that give colour to the typical Dutch landscape. The best-known Dutch flower is the tulip. In 1593, the first tulip in Holland could be admired in the Hortus Botanicus in Leiden. Today, you can enjoy the vast fields of tulip and other bulb flowers in the Bollenstreek, the Noordoostpolder and Kop van Noord-Holland areas. And at Keukenhof, where over 7 million flowering bulbs can be admired every year. Holland is also famous as the largest flower exporter in the world. The Westland region and Aalsmeer are the heart of the international flower trade.

Discover the most beautiful flower spots in Holland

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Flowers in Flevoland

Discover beautiful landscapes and flower fields in Flevoland, Holland’s biggest flower bulb area.

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Keukenhof

  • 26 Mar through 17 May
  • Lisse

The best place to see tulips in Holland is Keukenhof. Keukenhof is a park with 7 million flower bulbs surrounded by tulip fields.

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The Flower Bulb Region

Visit the Flower Bulb Region and discover the beautiful colorful fields and Keukenhof

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Westland

Visit Westland with its many greenhouses and flower boat parade.

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Royal FloraHolland

The largest flower auction in the world.

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Flower Parade Zundert

  • 1 Sep through 2 Sep
  • Zundert

The flower parade of Zundert surprises everyone each year with unique creations and beautiful parade floats.

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Flower Market Amsterdam

Brighten up your day by purchasing tulips or other blooms at Amsterdam’s famous Flower Market.

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Hortus Botanicus Leiden

The oldest botanical garden in the Netherlands.

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Kop van Noord-Holland

Visit the Kop van Noord-Holland with the world’s biggest single flower bulb field.

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Noordoostpolder

Visit the Noordoostpolder and admire tulip fields and the annual tulip festival.

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