1. Holland, Michigan — Home of the Tulip Time Festival since 1929, Holland is deeply seeded in its Dutch heritage. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, this quaint city is a mix between lake front village and storybook Dutch charm. Named as “America’s Best Small Town” by Readers Digest, Holland definitely lives up to its reputation. For travelers who enjoy the different colors and types of tulips, Eccentry Holidays is confident that the Tulip Time Festival, one of the top 20 events in the world, will certainly satisfy their expectations.
2. Noordoostpolder, Netherlands — Located in the country of Holland, Noordoostpolder is home to the most tulips to be found anywhere in the country. The Tulpenfestival (or Tulip Festival) was designed to show off the acres of tulip fields in this city. The festival offers a special route, which allows visitors to view the colorful blossoms at their own leisure. They can choose between hiking, biking, horse carriage rides and covered wagon tours. The festival also has many other activities for visitors to enjoy. Eccentry Holidays recommends for visitors to check out the photography competition and the intricate mosaic paths.
3. Washington D.C., United States — Tulips are not the only beautiful flowers to see during the springtime. Washington D.C. was gifted 3,000 cherry trees in 1912 from Tokyo Mayor, Yukio Ozaki. The result has been one of the largest festivals in the United States—the National Cherry Blossom Festival. It is estimated that more than 1.5 million visitors flock to D.C. each year for the event. Along with all of the other attractions Washington D.C., the Nation’s Capital, has to offer, Eccentry Holidays knows the trip will be well worth it.
Whether it is cherry blossoms, tulips, wildflowers, or irises, there are many beautiful flowers to be seen this spring. Eccentry Holidays encourages travelers to look for festivals wherever they may be traveling this spring. For more information, visit http://www.eccentryholidays.com