The first weekend of September is traditionally the weekend of the Flowerparade / Corso Zundert. 20 communities around the town of Zundert build a large parade wagon and they pin lots (and I mean LOTS!) of flowers on it.
The corso Zundert is the largest flower parade of the world. Have a look at the photos made last year.
On the left the winner of 2014 Klein-Zundertse Heikant with Horsepower – Photo by Werner Pellis. (click on photo for larger photo for more details)
2nd prize – De Berk with Plucking – photo Erwin Martens and 10th prize – Tiggelaar with Atlas 2.0 – photo Malou Evers
The town of Zundert is the birthplace of Vincent Van Gogh. 13th prize – Molenstraat with 737 – photo Malou Evers and 6th prize – Laer-Akkermolen with Haute Cuisine – photo Erwin Martens
Or watch the video of the announcement of the winner here:
When: the bloemencorso will be held on the 6th of September 2015.
Time: The parade will be held from 13.30 to the beginning of the evening. Be at least one hour earlier to park your car, have something to drink, visit the market, find your seats, etc. The parade won’t wait 🙂
Where: the town of Zundert around 90 min by car from Amsterdam (near the Belgium border) You can train to Breda and take the bus 115 to Zundert. Have a look on the public transportation website for exact travel details.
Tickets: Can be bought online. Be quick because these tickets run out fast.
More information on the website of the Bloemencorso of Zundert.
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