Keukenhof park in Holland

Keukenhof Park is a Dutch historical park located between Amsterdam and The Hague that covers no more and no less than 32 hectares full of tulips, jancitos, daffodils and many more plants and flowers. The truth is that it is a true delight to behold, as are the incomparable floral exhibitions that take place in the various pavilions. Amid the stunning splendor of color you will find exceptional pieces of art.

More things:

-Has numerous awards for the best rated attraction in Europe . It is the incomparable best-known garden in the world.
-It is one of the most popular attractions in the Netherlands with more than 42 million visitors in the last 58 years .
-It is the largest bulb garden in the world. 7 million in total planted by hand.
-There are more than 100 varieties of tulips ( 4.5 million tulips in general).
-You can travel 15 kilometers of trails.
-You will enjoy more than 2500 trees of 87 varieties .

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This year 2009 it will open its doors from March 19 to May 20 from 08:00 to 19:30. every day.
The prices are quite affordable considering the importance of the park:

-Adults: € 13.50 -Over 65s: € 12.50
-Children (0-3 years): free entry
-Children (4-11 years old): € 6

If you decide to go by public transport you will find a direct bus every 15 minutes from Schiphol Airport (line 58) and from Leiden Train Station (line 54) . From the Central Station of The Hague , the bus line 89 leaves (Monday to Friday).