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Extraordinary Easter Surprises!

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Extraordinary Easter Surprises!

Enjoy Easter in a truly fabulous way this year and treat yourself with a visit to some extraordinary beautiful places.

Keukenhof  is situated in Lisse, in the Netherlands and is the world's second largest flower garden, covering an area of approximately 80 acres!

Keukenhof Gardens in Holland

 

The flowers can be viewed from mid-March to Mid-May with the tulips in full flower in mid-April.

There are many ways to view these stunning gardens and flowers, with a relaxing river cruise possibly being the most luxurious way to go.

Relaxing River

 

Riviera Travel embark on a fabulous 8 day river cruise called 'Bruges, Medieval Flanders, Amsterdam & the Dutch Bulbfields' which ticks all the boxes for a truly amazing experience! Start at Amsterdam and then Hoorn before discovering the infamous city of Arnhem. Explore Antwerp in Belgium where the legacies from the 16th-century Golden Age abound. Go on to picturesque Ghent, and then Ypres, which experienced the horrors of the Great War but is now a place of peace and reflection. delight in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bruges, and the be dazzled by the wonderful sights of Keukenhof Gardens. You can book this wonderful trip through Touring and Cruising.com.

 

Antwerp in Belgium

Dutch Waterway

 

Riviera Travel also have a wonderful shorter 5 day river cruise called 'Amsterdam, Kinderdijk & the Dutch Bulbfields'. It may be shorter, but on this river cruise you still get to see Amsterdam, Enkhuizen, Rotterdam,  Kinderdijk, and of course,  Keukenhof Gardens. Add to this the remarkable and wonderfully elegant five-star MS Jane Austen river cruise ship to sail on, and you can't go far wrong.

MS Jane Austen

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