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One of the best trips we had when staying in Amsterdam. The Keukenhof Gardens is amazing and the Tulip farm visit was very informative and were able to go in the big tulip fields. Will definitely go on this trip again.
This was on of the best trips I have had. The farm we visited was lovely and the owner gave us a lot of insight into the growing of tulips. Keukenhof Gardens was absolutely amazing! They were beautiful and had a lot more to offer than I originally thought.
Flowers were beautiful at Keukenhof but would have been better in April. Farm tour was a lot of fun. The whole bus trip was an interesting way to see Dutch countryside.
Amazing gardens.You could spend days there. The visit to the tulip farm on the way there was interesting and a nice touch.
How can one not be impressed with this tour. The Keukenhof Gardens were spectacular. The bulb farm was a little disappointing because there was only one small section of bulbs in flower. This was because it was late in the season. Would recommend this tour.
Carol C USA
This is the only way to go to skip the lines. This trip was on my backlist and it was truly worth waiting for to see all the amazing flowers. The trip to the bulb was quite educational and learn a lot from them. Now I will rotate my bulbs every year and dry them out for 3 months.
Enjoyed our tour very much. was interesting to stop at tulip farm before the Keukenhof Gardens. Keukenhof was amazing! Tour was simple and strightforward. Met at tour office. walked a bit to the bus. drove to tulip farm and Keukenhof and then returned. Made our visit very easy!!!
Words can not describe! Photos do not do it justice. These gardens are beautiful. The landscape architecture is incredible.
Karen A United States of ...
The tulips and other flowers were beautiful. Tour of the tulip farm was also we and #39;ll done. We were also very lucky with great, sunny weather. It was very crowded, but that can and #39;t be avoided during tulip time.
Great experience! Stopping at the farms made the trip amazing! Learned so much about the bulb industry and the science behind the beauty of the tulip fields. Keukenhof gardens should be made a natural wonder of the world! Once in a lifetime experience!
Wonderful experience at the height of tulip season. While Kuikenhof is great, the crowds are quite remarkable, especially on a beautiful day. In my opinion the visit to the tulip farm was even better...same beautiful tulips but no crowds, just a farmer telling the story.
Wow!! We hit the peak season. Sure it rained, but only for 15- 20 minutes!! We brought some food with us and avoided the lines at the eating places! The flowers were gorgeous!!! Too bad we could not have stayed longer!!
We booked our trip to Amsterdam in April to see the tulips so this excursion was an important excursion for us. We checked out the location of the start of the tour the day ahead. We discovered that the tram from our hotel actually went down a street a couple streets over from the tour starting point street, but once we were on the right street we found the starting point. We debated if we should take this tour with the tulip farm or just the tour with only the Keukenhof gardens. I was glad we had gone to the farm. Even though it was a short farm visit it was informative and we had some good photo opportunities. We still had sufficient time at the gardens. When we were at the gardens the tulips were at near full bloom and the hyacinths and daffodils were still blooming. We had a mostly sunny day with temps around 60 degrees almost perfect. In fact we were on a river cruise and in Amsterdam for 10 days with no rain! The tour took us by bus first to the farm where the owner took us out to the fields and told us all about growing bulbs. He walked us out to a field and we had time to walk among the flowers and take pictures. There was only limited bathroom facilities there, but there are plenty of bathrooms at the Keukenhof Gardens. There was a large gift shop. Then the bus took us to the gardens. They parked in the first row of bus parking which was probably a football field in distance to the park gates. The guide made it clear about the time and where to meet back at the bus after the garden visit. We had enough time to have lunch in a pavilion and see almost all the gardens. There were a lot of people visiting the gardens, but the gardens are over a large area so we didn't have any problem with the number of people there. There are a lot of bench scattered through the gardens so we had chances to rest. We rested since we took the Red Light Tour right after this tour At the end of the tour we went to the meeting point and the bus was there. There was about 50 people standing waiting for there bus right next to our meeting point. Apparently that bus was going to be delayed for an hour so we took 15 or so of those people back in the empty seats of our bus. We had a wonderful time and we recommend this tour.
We stopped at the tulip farm first and learned how they do research and plant so many varieties of flowers. It was very interesting.
Then on to Keukenhof and just an overwhelming amount of beautiful flowers. So gorgeous. There is a place to eat there too.
This trip was really cool. The guide was helpful and was so keen to show us things at the bulbfarm. Very informative trip it was to that farm. And the keukenhof garden is just breathtakingly beautiful. Perfect timings to watch the entire garden and very comfortable ride to and from agency and #39;s outlet.
This was a lovely tour. Tulip farm was a great stop and gardens were incredible. Loved every minute of it
This was a great tour! The Keukenhof was everything I hoped it would be and more. The gardens are truly spectacular and go on forever. I walked for 3 hrs., never sat down, and didn't even see everything! And the trip to the tulip farm was the icing on the cake. The farmer was very informative, engaging and answered all of our gardening questions about bulbs! I'm so happy I went and will enjoy the 100s of pictures I took for years to come.
Seeing this garden in bloom was on my bucket list. I visited on 4/9/17. It was perfect. The tour bus was delayed by a massive traffic jam 70 and sunny on a Sunday. They still gave us our full 3 hours there which is plenty of time.
The bulb farm is the first stop. Learnt a lot of interesting facts about the bulb growing. Photos in the flower fields are incredible. Decent prices if you want to order and post to yourselves, e.g. 120 bulbs to UK for 66 as of 10th April 2017.
The Gardens are a must to see. You are by yourselves exploring which is better. No rush. Plenty of pics to take. Have a lunch in one of the pavilions we had a morning tour. Their salads are to die for as we are vegetarians.
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