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Visiting The Dutch Countryside

Ebook 'Visiting tulip fields in The Netherlands'

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Do you want to explore the most beautiful flower fields in The Netherlands with the best insider tips from a Dutch local? Then you've come to the right place.

This ebook (PDF file; so it can be opened and read on your phone, tablet and computer) is home to 100+ pages of tulip field tips. It is the perfect guide for visiting The Netherlands during tulip season, filled with information that you won't find anywhere else (not even on my The Netherlands travel blog 'Visiting The Dutch Countryside'). It is home to the best local information, routes and itineraries - and more- for every region where you can find the beautiful Dutch flower fields. 

Perhaps you're interested in finding tulip fields without any other tourists. Or you are looking for the best places to stay in one of the regions. Or you want to make sure you know the rules when visiting. It doesn't matter what your reason is, it doesn't get any better and more in-depth than this guide, and you will have all your answers.

You might wonder why I am the best person to give tips on visiting The Netherlands for tulip season, but there's a simple reason.

I was born and raised (plus still live) in a small village in the Northern part of the province of Noord- Holland in The Netherlands. My village, roughly 350 people, is in the middle of a region in The Netherlands that is home to the most tulip fields in the country but without the massive crowds of tourists. I've grown up with the tulips, and now it is time for you to explore them in the best way possible.

I am also the founder of 'Visiting The Dutch Countryside', a travel blog about The Netherlands, where I help people explore my beautiful, tiny country beyond the crowds. 

Besides that, I started working in the tulip industry when I was twelve and continued to do so for another ten years. I did most routine jobs at local tulip farmers: from harvesting the bulbs to peeling the bulbs to cutting the flower from the tulips.

Not only do I know where the tulip fields are - in my region and beyond, but I also know how the industry works. I want to say that this is the best of both worlds, but I'll let you decide that.