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Yellow tulips blue sky
Yellow tulips blue sky
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Celebrate Dutch spring at home

Springtime in the Netherlands usually means flowers, bike rides, lounging on the beach or having a drink on a terrace. We also celebrate our King’s birthday every year on April 27. Due to COVID-19 everything has changed this year, however, you can still enjoy spring from your living room.

Continue to observe the most important measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 this spring. Always check the latest measures and tips before going anywhere!

Flowers

Tulip Season in Holland

What is the best time to visit the tulip fields in Holland?

 Flevoland aerial view of tulip fields and wind turbines in the noordoostpolder municipality
Flowers

Flowers in Flevoland

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

Flowers

Kop van Noord-Holland

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

The pleasure of cycling in springtime

Discover why cycling is the best way to explore Holland.

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Flowers

Selfie amid the tulips? These are the dos and don’ts

Get to know all of the dos and don’ts for the best tulip selfie.

Check out Vermeers 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' via the Mauritshuis-app.
Art museums

Visit the museum online

Enjoy the Dutch Masters and art in Dutch museums with these tips for museum apps, podcasts, virtual tours, 3D paintings and more.

Vogelkijkhut Kiekkaaste, Nieuwe Statenzijl

Virtual ways to experience the Netherlands

Explore the Netherlands from home with digital tours, livestreams and interactive experiences.

Flowers

Flowers

Holland is the place to go to be inspired by beautiful flowers. Visit Keukenhof, with over 7 million flower bulbs, the flower parades, the floating flower market in Amsterdam, or take a walk through the beautiful flower bulb fields.

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