Highlights of this tour
- Keukenhof Flower Gardens: fully Wheelchair accessible
The Keukenhof Flower gardens is a must-see when you visit The Netherlands in spring.
The park is open from the last week of March till the second week of May. The duration of this tour is flexible. Your private driver meets you at your accommodation or cruise port, with private adapted transport, and together you head to the Keukenhof in Lisse. After the visit to the beautiful Dutch flower gardens, he will bring you back again to your hotel in Amsterdam or the cruise port.
The Keukenhof is the largest flower park in the Netherlands and receives one million visitors every year. During this colorful visit, you stroll through the park, which consists of over 32 acres, and you see more than seven million flowers fully in bloom. There are flowers in different colors, shapes, and fragrances, and up to 800 different types of tulips. In the park you will learn everything about the tulips and about the history of the Keukenhof. The story behind the tulip is awe-inspiring. Some were so valuable back in the days that you could only buy them with gold. There was a black tulip, and even celebrities got their own tulip named after them.
The park consists of seven different gardens. There is a sculpture garden with over a hundred statues. Additionally, you see the typical Dutch windmill.
At the park, international flower growers have the opportunity to show their flowers to the world. Around forty gardeners plant flower bulbs every year. When the season is over, the bulbs are taken out of the ground. They do this so they can create a new design every year. The new bulbs are planted in the autumn. So, the flowers are in full bloom in spring.
The park has various options for a drink, coffee, or tea or to enjoy lunch in the park. A visit to the Keukenhof is a unique, unforgettable, and colorful experience.
You can also extend this tour and add a private guide for the day, to explore the Dutch countryside.
Want to add a nice lunch or dinner to your tour? Check out this list we have compiled with wheelchair-accessible restaurants in Amsterdam.
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