The Keukenhof gardens, which had been opened on the 21st of march, cancelled due to the current measures in and around the corona virus, is no longer open.
in The flower garden, said earlier, to be ready for the opening on april 1, the day after the last emergency decree would come to an end. This date was adopted by the cabinet on Monday amended June 1, which is the main entrance of the popular tourist attractions of this year and is forced to remain closed.
“That’s Keukenhof gardens is not open, it is a huge disappointment, with major financial consequences for all parties involved,” he writes in the Keukenhof gardens on this website.
“The sense of defeat among the staff and the partners involved in the preparation work, it is great. The park is ready for opening, the flower bulbs are blooming, and the flower are to a large extent maintained.
Keukenhof will organise a virtual tour of
The security of the ‘Keukenhof’ in the long term is not in any danger, so as to let the park know about it. If you already have a ticket is purchased, you can this through an e-mail to cancel the order.
at The Keukenhof gardens, which is in the living room still has to have a good look in the next few weeks, the park people, a virtual tour, via YouTube.
Last year, the eight-week period, one and a half million men, the flower exhibition, among them many foreign tourists.
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