Looking for an exquisite, show stopping array of flowers? This is it. The Keukenhof, which in Dutch means 'kitchen garden', has been around since the 15th century and covers 32 hectares. It became a public garden in 1950 and now welcomes over a million visitors a year. From the authentic 19th-century windmill, to the gigantic flower bulb mosaic, covering an area of 250m2 and consisting of 50,000 tulips, grape hyacinths and crocuses, it's utterly spectacular.