3 – Keukenhof Garden, Lisse, Netherlands.
A bed of flowers. That’s the phrase that comes to your mind. The largest flower park in the world, with more than 7 million flowers in bloom every year, Keukenhof is famous for its acreage of Dutch Tulips, beds after beds, bursting with color.
From blood red to sunflower yellow to soft pinks and electric blues, the park is an exhibition of hues and perfumes. You’ll also find other variety of flowers including hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, lilies, irises, carnations and many more.
The park opens from Mid-March to Mid-May, every year, the time when the tulips are in full bloom.