Enjoy some flower power this Spring

2015-03-20 | Holland | No comments

Today kicks off Keukenhof Spring Garden, home to Europe’s largest and most beautiful display of horticultural exuberance, featuring millions of daffodils, fragrant hyacinths and more varieties of tulips than imaginable!

Every year the garden attracts thousands of visitors and this year will be no exception. With 2015 marking the 125th anniversary of Van Gogh’s death, Keukenhof Gardens will pay a floral tribute to the life and works of the 19th century post-impressionist artist, with park’s theme “Van Gogh: 125 years of inspiration”. The highlight of the park will undoubtedly be the flower mosaic based on a self-portrait by the artist. The mosaic will measure 250 square metres and is planted using different colours of tulips.

Visitors will able to take organised Van Gogh 2015 tours organised by Keukenhof and museums such as Van Gogh Museum and The Kröller-Müller Museum.

 

Keukenhof is open from 20 March until 17 May 2015, inclusive. To book tickets or for more information, visit: www.keukenhof.nl

 

Getting to Keukenhof couldn’t be simpler by car. Stena Line offers twice-daily, seven hour return crossings between Harwich and the Hook of Holland. Fares start from £59 one way for an adult and car. www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry-to-holland. Additional adults cost start from £14.50 and children (between four and 15 years old) from £7.25 one way. Foot passenger prices start from £36.50 per adult and £18.25 for children. Infants (under four years old) travel free of charge. Cabins start from £15 per person each way. Alternatively Stena Line’s Dutchflyer rail-and-sail service allows customers to take any Greater Anglia service to Harwich, and then on to any Dutch city of their choice, including Lisse. (www.dutchflyer.co.uk)

To make a booking visit www.stenaline.co.uk or call Stena Line on 08447 70 70 70

 

 

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