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Visiting Keukenhof — part 2

Posted on Apr 26, 2011 by

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Some people say that Keukenhof is only worth visiting once. I believe once is certainly not enough.

The park’s activity is well organised with a blooming calendar, and depending on the time of the visit there are different flowers to admire. Some tulips are probably always in bloom, no matter the time, but a great flower admirer will want to see them all. Every year the garden has a new design; there are always different exhibitions and flower mosaics. A visit to Keukenhof every year is then the same as admiring blooming trees every spring. I don’t get bored with the trees, why would I get bored with this extraordinary garden?

There is no need to say anything else — the flowers will speak for themselves.

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