The world-famous spring garden of the Netherlands
Keukenhof in Lisse offers an enchanting display of flower color and diversity. The park is only open eight weeks a year, from March through May. The spring garden offers visitors the chance to enjoy the beautiful tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, and other flowers characteristic of this region in the Netherlands. In addition to more than seven million flowers, you will also find all kinds of art here, such as a collaboration with the Kröller-Müller Museum and 25 artists. This makes a visit to Keukenhof an unforgettable experience!
To Keukenhof from Aalsmeer by car or public transport
From Aalsmeer, there are several ways to travel to Keukenhof. One of the easiest ways is to drive to Keukenhof by car. It takes about thirty minutes to drive from Aalsmeer to Keukenhof. As an added bonus, the route offers beautiful views of the region’s colorful fields full of tulips and other flowers.
Buses are also an option if you do not own or want to rent a car. The Connexxion bus line runs daily to Keukenhof, among other lines. There is no direct bus connection between Aalsmeer and Keukenhof in Lisse, but you can transfer via Schiphol Airport. It takes about 45 minutes to travel to Keukenhof by bus, which is a convenient and comfortable mode of transportation.
Visiting Keukenhof during a bike ride
Spring is not only the ideal time to visit Keukenhof but also the perfect season for a nice bike ride. During a cycling route to Keukenhof, there’s also the chance to enjoy the beautiful bulb fields in the vicinity of Aalsmeer and Lisse. You can cycle to Keukenhof from Aalsmeer via Nieuw-Vennep within an hour. On a sunny spring day, this route is ideal for a pleasant bike ride of about 20 kilometers.