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Holland's Famous Tulip Garden Is In Bloom And Open For A Virtual Tour

Spring is already in full swing in Europe and there are many places that people would normally visit to see the marvels of nature. For example, Holland's famous Keukenhof Gardens which are blooming with gorgeous flowers.

But due to the virus, the gardens aren't open to the public. The good news is that anyone can take a virtual tour of the gardens and still see all that they can offer. Isn't that amazing?

Pretty much every year Amsterdam's Keukenhof Gardens draws millions of visitors.

This year, however, it's much different. The doors are shut down but their virtual tour will still amaze you.

In order for people to not miss out on this incredible experience, the Keukenhof Gardens have decided to recreate it for everybody as a fantastic online tour option.

That's amazing!

These gardens are known as the Garden of Europe and are part of Good Housekeeping's tulips escape to the Netherlands in 2021 with Gardeners' World star, Adam Frost.

This virtual tour will tide you over until then.

The gardens can be located about 45 minutes from Amsterdam and they definitely come alive in spring.

They normally open to the public for a few weeks between March and May.

The gardens plant about 7,000,000 bulbs each year and I bet it's quite a sight to see.

There are over 800 varieties of tulips on display.

There's also an array of other beautiful flowers such as hyacinths, daffodils, roses, irises and some other flower varieties that show off their vibrant colors and fragrant aromas.

It's a flower lover's dream!

It's no surprise that visitors every year show off their pictures of beautiful flowers all over their Instagram accounts.

I gotta admit, it makes all of us jealous.

I can just imagine how much fun it would be to explore these gardens in person.

I wish I have known about this attraction when I visited Amsterdam.

I think it's fantastic for the Keukenhof Gardens to give people an opportunity to still see the gardens this year.

Are you going to take advantage of this virtual tour?