Vermeer Exhibition 2023
National Windmill Weekend 2017
National Tulip day 2017
Tulip fields at Landal Beach Resort Ooghduyne
Last weekend I spend at the top of North Holland the area in the Netherlands with the largest tulip fields. I stayed at Landal Beach resort Ooghduyne for the weekend and what a lovely place. It is the perfect place for waking up next to the tulip fields!
More tulip fields in the Netherlands
Recent research shows that there are more tulip fields in the Netherlands. Flower bulbs are grown in more places in the Netherlands. The province of North Holland still takes the lion’s share of the bulb on his behalf, but the flower sector now spreads across the country.
Top 6 places to visit in the Netherlands
There is so much to see and do in the Netherlands than just visiting our capital Amsterdam. Small quaint town, seaside villages, lovely flower fields at springtime. The Netherlands has a lot to offer. We selected the top 6 places to visit in the Netherlands besides Amsterdam.
Travel by train in the Netherlands
Travel by train in the Netherlands How to travel by train in the Netherlands? The Dutch Railways provides an excellent, reliable and affordable domestic rail network connecting to the neighboring countries. Therefore there is no need for long distance domestic…
Tulip fields Netherlands
Tulip fields Netherlands Every year thousands of tulips are planted in the tulip fields of the Netherlands. In 2014 the enormous amount of 11.440 hectare full with tulip bulbs were planted in the Netherlands. The area around Keukenhof in Lisse…
Tulips in Amsterdam
Tulips in Amsterdam Lots of people are traveling to the Netherlands to see the tulips in Amsterdam, the tulip fields and to Keukenhof during springtime. The city of Amsterdam has created a mini magazine with nice information about the Keukenhof…
Visiting Zaanse Schans
Visiting Zaanse Schans The Zaanse Schans, located just 40 min by bus and 15 min by train (plus 15 min walk) is one of the typical Dutch experiences of the Netherlands. The houses date back to the 18th and 19th…