How much is the bus from Amsterdam to Keukenhof?
Travel to Keukenhof with the Keukenhof Express Bus (Public Transport)
|Train station||Bus number||Price|
|Amsterdam Airport Schiphol||858||€ 29,50|
|Hoofddorp Station||859||€ 29,50|
|Haarlem Station||50||€ 29,50|
|Leiden Station||854||€ 29,50|
How do I get to tulip fields from Amsterdam?
Option 1: Take the bus to Keukenhof and walk to the tulip fields in the Netherlands near Keukenhof for free!
- Step 1: Go to Schiphol Airport by train and exit the airport. …
- Step 2: Buy a one-way ticket to Keukenhof (the bus station) …
- Step 3: Get off at Keukenhof and walk until you see some beautiful Dutch fields.
How much time do you need in Keukenhof?
How much time takes a visit to the Keukenhof Gardens? Of course you can enjoy all the beauty for a whole day, but on average, a visit to the flower gardens takes about 2 to 4 hours. We recommend to admire the flower fields in addition to Keukenhof. This often also takes 2 to 4 hours.
What is the best time to visit Keukenhof Gardens?
Keukenhof is only open in spring, from end-March to mid-May. It’s open daily, but – if possible – DO NOT VISIT KEUKENHOF ON THE WEEKENDS OR PUBLIC HOLIDAYS! There are always plenty of flowers blooming in the park, but the very best period to visit Keukenhof Gardens is – generally – during the second half of April.
Should I buy Keukenhof tickets in advance?
Recommend buying in advance either online or at one of the Tickets and Tours outlets in Amsterdam centre, e.g. along the Damrak. We went midweek and did not queue at all at the Keukenhof. It will almost certainly be busy at weekends. Buy as soon as you can as it’s very popular and you may not get a bus.
Can you bring tulip bulbs home from Amsterdam?
You can bring back 12 or fewer bulbs that have valid-dated phytosanitary certificates without a permit. If you want a whole suitcase full of bulbs, though, you’ll have to apply for a permit from the US Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.
How many days do you need for Amsterdam?
Three days in Amsterdam is more than enough time to see all the city’s biggest sights, plus head out of town for a quick day trip. Here are a few tips for what to do and see if you’re in Amsterdam for 72 hours or more.