Every two years, an explosion of flowers fills central Brussels.
Tulips, daffodils and bands of bright colors: Keukenhof in the Netherlands is Europe’s largest flower garden. It’s only open for two months every year but draws up to one million visitors from around the world.
There's a lot more to a German garden than just plants. And beware - this is no laughing matter. Our gallery explains everything that matters, from quiet time to the importance of choosing the perfect garden gnome.
Spring feelings at Keukenhof – one the world’s largest flower gardens - in the Netherlands, plus a visit with best-selling Danish author Jussi Adler-Olsen and cultural and culinary delights in Bergamo, northern Italy.
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