Discover the magic of the Tulip-festival in The Netherlands, the most beautiful and colorful time of the year! Our event calendar is the perfect tool for you to plan your visit and experience the Tulip blooms in full glory. From the date, location, and time of each event to the must-visit Tulip fields, our calendar has got you covered. Don’t miss out on the chance to admire the beauty of the Tulips and immerse yourself in the Dutch culture.[Read more…] about Tulip Festival event calendar 2023: April
Discover the magic of the Tulip-festival in The Netherlands, the most beautiful and colorful time of the year! Our event calendar is the perfect tool for you to plan your visit and experience the Tulip blooms in full glory. From the date, location, and time of each event to the must-visit Tulip fields, our calendar has got you covered. Don’t miss out on the chance to admire the beauty of the Tulips and immerse yourself in the Dutch culture.[Read more…] about Tulip festival event calendar 2023: March
Are you looking for a unique and spectacular destination to visit in 2023? Look no further than the majestic Keukenhof in the Netherlands![Read more…] about Keukenhof 2023: Insiders guide for visiting
Once every year, the gates of the Landcommandery Alden Biesen, a beautiful castle estate in Flemish Limburg open its doors to all flower enthusiasts for a magical event. This year was an exceptional edition, as Fleuramour blows out 25 candles. Fleuramour celebrated its silver jubilee with the theme ‘MAGIC,’ and we were invited to celebrate it with them![Read more…] about Fleuramour: Experience magical flowers in an Amazing Castle￼
When you think of Hasselt, you don’t immediately think of graffiti. But the opposite proves true in this city. The walls here are filled with the most colorful and artistic works of graffiti paint. Hasselt is the largest street art-city in Belgium. That makes Hasselt worth a visit![Read more…] about Street art tour in Hasselt: Exploring a city in a different way
Green makes the city beautiful and clean again, this theme is central during the Floriade Expo 2022. Large stone and steel towers make room for a day full of inspiration for a sustainable world at the exhibition.[Read more…] about Visiting Floriade: What to expect
Rose of the North
Every year the first weekend in February is the Chiangmai Flower Festival. The city is awash with vibrant colours ranging from the electric orange and lilac colours of the bougainvillaea to the velvety blossoms of petunias in all shades of pink, white and purple. The strident red of the poinsettias, bought by many at Christmas and New Year, is echoed by beds of scarlet salvias. Homes and shop owners alike line the city streets with colourful flower boxes. The sheer profusion of colour that the flower festival and carnival bring to Chiang Mai aptly gives the city its name “Rose of the North”.[Read more…] about Chiang Mai Flower Festival
Floralies Ghent; The most beautiful walk of the year!
From April 29 until May 8, 2022, Ghent is all about flowers with “My Paradise, My Worldly Garden”, the theme of Floraliën Ghent. This year was the 36th edition of Floralies Ghent and for this occasion, World Love Flowers was invited by Visit Flanders and Visit Ghent to enrich our senses with the greenery and floral splendour. Once every 4 years, the city of Ghent will be the scene of Floralies. The iconic location Floraliënhal, in the Citadelpark, will be the decor for 10 days of the most beautiful creations by national and international top florists, ornamental growers, garden architects and artists.[Read more…] about Top things to do in Ghent
Sunflower van Gogh – The story behind a masterpiece
The famous Sunflower van Gogh is the subject of still life paintings by the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. This painting is a depiction of a vase of 15 sunflowers on a yellow background. All sunflowers are already out of the bud. This painting was painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1889 in Arles.
Are you a big lover of paintings… and flowers? Click here to book your tickets![Read more…] about Sunflowers at Van Gogh Museum