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The Keukenhof

Dutch Design in the Keukenhof Mondrian and Rietveld The Keukenhof theme for 2017 will be Dutch Design. Together with its partners the Keukenhof expects that Dutch Design will add inspiring events to the flower park. Dutch Design characterizes Dutch sobriety combined with innovative solutions. This theme is inspired by well-known Dutch artists and designers, including Mondrian and

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Top 5 attractions of Amsterdam

Top 5 attractions of Amsterdam Amsterdam has many sights, attractions and stuff to see. We have selected a top 5 typical Amsterdam attractions. These selected sights are mostly things to do or to visit by day.   1. THE CANALS OF AMSTERDAM The Dutch capital Amsterdam is famous for its unique canals. The 17th-century canals

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Zaanse Schans Windmills

From A to Z; from Amsterdam to Zaanse Schans More young people are finding their way to windmill village the Zaanse Schans. Most of the young tourists who visited Zaandam and the Zaanse Schans were young Asians. In 2015 almost 400,000 young Asian people have seen the windmills and ‘the typical Dutch landscape’ in the countryside

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Dutch Design in the Keukenhof
Mondrian and Rietveld
The Keukenhof theme for 2017 will be Dutch Design. Together with its partners the Keukenhof expects that Dutch Design will add inspiring events to the flower park. Dutch Design characterizes Dutch sobriety combined with innovative solutions. This theme is inspired by well-known Dutch artists and designers, including Mondrian and Rietveld.
More visitors

In 2016 the Keukenhof attracted 1.1 million visitors. The visitors gave the park an 8.9 as a result. That is a result the park can be satisfied and proud of. 2016 is the third consecutive year the Keukenhof attracted over one million visitors. The beautiful, cool spring led to 8 weeks of full bloom.

The increasing number of visitors to the Keukenhof is partly the result of more younger visitors. Where you would think young tourists would prefer spending their time in a coffeeshop or in the red light district in Amsterdam, they experience the Keukenhof more and more like a trendy park for a fun day out. Visitors came from more than a 100 countries. Mostly from China and Southeast Asia. The amount of visitors from France and the US increased. These numbers prove that a trip to the Netherlands is not just a visit to Amsterdam, with its coffeeshops and the red light district. Tourists increasingly want to spend their time visiting qualitative sites, like the Keukenhof and windmill village the Zaanse Schans. Day tours to these beautiful cultural sights increase in popularity.

Keukenhof 2017
With more inspiring events and flower shows, 2017 promises to be an exciting year in the Keukenhof. The Keukenhof will open its doors this year from March 23 to May 21. The largest flower garden in the world is definitely worth a visit! Amsterdam Tour Deals offers tours and tickets to the Keukenhof.