The 18 Most Beautiful Gardens in the World

2. Keukenhof Gardens – Netherlands

The world’s largest flower garden Keukenhof is home to about seven million flowering plants. The garden, also known as the ‘Garden of Europe’, is open every year from March to May, and during this period, tulip flowers, which are the symbol of the Netherlands, open with all the colors of the rainbow and offer a magnificent visual feast to the visitors.
In Keukenhof, you can see not only tulips but also hyacinths, bellflowers, daffodils, and fulyas. There is also a 15 km walking path to explore the Keukenhof and a boat tour where you can watch the garden from a different angle. In addition to flowers, you will see examples of sculptures and ornamental pools.

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