Tulip Tours Holland
Are you ready for your spring adventure? Experience the beauty of the Netherlands by visiting a real Tulip Field with a windmill. Immerse yourself in the colorful Tulip fields of Amsterdam and make unforgettable memories.
Tulip Field in the Netherlands
With our Tulip tour we show you all the colors of tulips within 1 day! this year we can finally show you our own tulip garden with a old windmill in Volendam. Within 25 minutes you will arrive from Amsterdam at the first beautiful tulip field. Our guides are typically knowledgeable about the history and culture of the Netherlands, and they can provide interesting information and insights about the tulip fields and the surrounding area. They can also answer any questions that you might have and help you make the most of your visit.
Your Experience on this day
- Visit real Tulip fields of Amsterdam
- Visit a typical Dutch windmill - take a look inside
- learn from a dutch tulip farmer
- Lunch in a Tulip field
- Tulips garden of Volendam with a old windmill
- Return to Amsterdam with a bunch of Tulip flowers
Tulip Field in Volendam
The first Tulips garden in history to be planted in Volendam, we want to show a UniqueExperiences in the Netherlands, Tulips with the windmill ´´de kathammer´´, also called the windmill of volendam.
A wonderful experience for everyone, in the tulip field you can take a beautiful spring photo with the windmill. Walk through the Tulips and admire more than 100 different Tulip Variations. The garden is located in Volendam,in the region Waterland. The garden offers the opportunity to walk among the Tulips, or have lunch with your family or friends at one of the many picnic tables.
Village of Volendam
- After taking in the Tulip field, head into the town of Volendam to explore its charming streets and canals. Be sure to visit the Volendam Museum, which covers the history and culture of the town, and the Marken Museum, which focuses on the neighboring village of Marken.
- Take a walk along the famous dike that surrounds Volendam. The dike offers panoramic views of the town, the surrounding countryside, and the IJsselmeer lake.
- After your walk, grab a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants or cafes. You can try traditional Dutch dishes like herring, kibbeling (deep-fried fish), or haringhandel (a sandwich filled with herring and onions).
- If you have time, consider taking a boat tour of the IJsselmeer lake or visiting the nearby village of Marken. Marken is known for its traditional houses and its history as a fishing village.
Overall, a day in Volendam and on the dike is a great way to experience the beauty and culture of the Netherlands. Enjoy your trip!
What you are going to do on this day
Tulip of Amsterdam
Tulips Above Amsterdam
If you want to Experience the most stunning tulip fields in the Netherlands. Go to the North, rather than the crowded and touristy Keukenhof in the south."
Where all tour companies go to Keukenhof, we focus our attention on the Tulips and bulb fields above Amsterdam. Because here are plenty of tulip sights that are just as well worth a look. And a bonus: they are a lot less touristy than tulip sights such as Keukenhof. Where are the bulb fields in North Holland? And which places here are really recommended? We highlight some 'tulip-rich' places. read more : Tulips Above Amsterdam
Discover the best Tulip fields in the Netherlands.
The tulip fields in the Netherlands are a popular tourist destination, known for their beautiful flowers and picturesque landscapes. The tulip is the national flower of the Netherlands and has a long history in the country, dating back to the 17th century. The tulip fields are located in the western part of the Netherlands, in the provinces of North Holland and South Holland. The tulip season typically runs from mid-April to mid-May, when the tulips are in full bloom. Visitors can walk through the fields with our tulip tour.
Tulips from Amsterdam
If you're visiting during your holiday Amsterdam, you may be interested in the Tulip Tour from Amsterdam, we takes visitors from the city to the tulip fields in the North of the Netherlands, with stops at more tulip fields and a working windmill. This tour is a great way to see the beautiful landscape of the Netherlands and learn about the history and culture of the Tulips. The tour typically lasts for about 6 hours and includes round-trip transportation from Amsterdam, as well as an English-speaking guide. You'll have the opportunity to walk through the tulip fields, take pictures, and pick your own tulips to take home. You'll also visit the Tulips in Volendam with a old windmill from the year 1650, which is a large garden with over 1 million tulips. The tulip season typically runs from mid-April to mid-May, so be sure to plan your visit accordingly.
We visited a tulip farmer, they were looking for sick tulips.
As a tulip farmer, an individual is responsible for growing and cultivating tulip flowers. This may include tasks such as:
- Preparing the soil: Before planting, the farmer may need to till the soil and add fertilizers or other amendments to ensure that it is suitable for growing tulips.
- Planting bulbs: Tulip bulbs are typically planted in the fall, about 6-8 weeks before the first frost. The farmer will need to carefully place the bulbs in the ground at the appropriate depth and spacing.
- Watering and fertilizing: Tulips need regular watering and fertilizing to grow and thrive. The farmer will need to monitor the soil moisture and apply water and fertilizer as needed.
- Weeding: Tulip fields can be prone to weed growth, so the farmer may need to regularly pull weeds or use herbicides to control them.
- Pest control: Pests such as aphids and slugs can damage tulip plants, so the farmer may need to use pesticides or other methods to control them.
- Harvesting: When the tulips are in full bloom, the farmer will need to carefully cut the flowers and pack them for sale.
Overall, the job of a tulip farmer involves a lot of hard work and attention to detail, but it can be rewarding to see the beautiful flowers grow and thrive.
Reviews Tulip fields Tripadvisor
Tulips in Amsterdam
When it's Spring again I'll bring again Tulips from Amsterdam- who doesn't know this well-known song? But what could be more fun than receiving a bunch of tulips? Right, seeing this beautiful flower for real in Amsterdam!
Every year many events are organized to emphasize and bring attention to the beauty of the tulip. To make sure you don't miss any of Amsterdam's tulip events, we've listed our favorites.
Tulips on the dam
What's the beating heart of Amsterdam? Of course the Dam, the name of this square is even hidden in the name of the city. This is also the place where the tulip season opens.
During the opening of the tulip season, people can pick tulips for home use for free. Think of our tulip picking garden but then in a pop-up version (and imitation) on a square. It's great to combine this event with a visit to the city center of Amsterdam.
Tulips all over Amsterdam
The city of Amsterdam also promotes the region's pride to its residents and visitors. They do this in a variety of ways including placing 100 flower boxes full of tulips throughout Amsterdam. They are supported in this by growers, who naturally seize every opportunity to put their flower in the spotlight.
Read more : Tulips in Amsterdam
Tulips in Giethoorn
You sometimes wonder, where do all these Tulips come from? Tulips only bloom for 3 to 4 weeks in the fields in April and May. We received many questions from people who could not travel to the Netherlands during this period. Therefore, we decided to take the Tulips to the most beautiful places in the Netherlands from November to April. Photos in the tulip fields are beautiful but it is still unique if you have a Tulip photos with a windmill from the Zaanse Schans or in the city of Amsterdam? We even planted tulips in Giethoorn this year. You can only see tulips in April and May during your boat trip in Giethoorn.
Giethoorn is a small village in the Netherlands that is known for its picturesque canals and historic houses. Located in the province of Overijssel, Giethoorn is often referred to as "Venice of the Netherlands" because of its waterways and boating culture. The village is home to a network of canals and over 180 bridges, which can be explored by boat or on foot. There are no roads in Giethoorn, so the only way to get around is by boat or by walking on the narrow footpaths between the houses. Giethoorn is a popular tourist destination, known for its charming atmosphere and beautiful natural surroundings. Visitors can take a boat tour of the canals, visit the Giethoorn Museum, and walk or bike through the village and its surrounding forests and meadows.