Choosing the right time to embark on a trip to the colorful Holland during the flowering period of the bulb flower fields, can sometimes be a bet with the pace of the season which, although in tune with the spring and summer blooms , risks making us take a trip that does not always meet our expectations.
An ancient local proverb states: "God created the whole world, but not Holland."
This country was created directly by the Dutch. And this is what a tourist who visits this state notes: a vast "low land" that has been shaped by the temperament of the inhabitants of this state, which is known worldwide for its flowers, especially the tulip, the best known flower among those that are grown in Holland
Sole, sabbia e mare vanno di pari passo con le antiche rovine di Atene il che la rendono la meta ideale per chi vuole viverla a 360 gradi tra monumenti e siti archeologici di particolare interesse storico e culturale. In circa 30 minuti dal centro storico, i visitatori possono esplorare antiche civiltà sull'Acropoli prima di dirigersi verso un'atmosfera balneare molto sofisticata lungo la costa meridionale.
Is there really a cycle path that contains 4 unique elements such as the plain, the flowers, the sea and some monuments?
If you are looking for something like this and maybe with family or friends you cannot agree on what type of route to choose, perhaps the bollenstreek, also known as the region of the bulbs, could be right for you.
When we think of Amsterdam and Holland, in addition to all the attractions that this country has to offer, we immediately imagine immense colored tulips and bicycles with which to travel every corner of the country.
The spring season can be the best one to admire both the infinite tulip fields in the bulb region but also to enjoy Amsterdam full of colorful flowers, thus having the opportunity to organize a trip with a double meaning: the floral and the cultural one.
Rich in history, culture, good food and lots of beaches, the Greek islands are besieged every year by millions of tourists looking for sun, sea, good food and a holiday worthy of the name.
For us, which in addition to the long days of sea and sun, we also love exploring the territory in search of novelty, discovering a true open-air botanical garden was an immense joy.
Imagine being able to visit an immense garden located at the foot of a dream palace. This incredible place really exists and is located in Granada, Andalusia, Spain. We are talking about the Jardines Generalife, which were built during the reign of Mohammed III around 1300.
It's a large gray sky to greet us upon our arrival and the strong westerly wind blows away the first signs of spring in recent days. The colored fields of tulips we expected to find are, however, 24 hours of waiting, the time that a warm sun will face off in the clouds and begin to illuminate the Keukenhof garden.
Every year in Cordoba, Spain, occurs a unusual but very interesting flowery contest dedicated to all private gardens of the houses which, for a short period, show what normally remains closed to elect the best. In other words, you can visit all the typical Andalusian’s gardens that usually are accessible only for dwelling’s owners. In this contest you can appreciate all the colours, the perfumes and the surprises.