The beginning of spring is the perfect time to plan a floral trip from the lavender routes of Provence to the peach blossoms of Shanghai as this is the season of flowers to bloom.
The arrival of spring is the best time to go on a trip to a flower show before the flowers were picked up by traders extract the dusted floral print dress and head for these blooming great flower exhibits from floral places.
1. Keukenhof, Lisse, Holland
It is the celebrated every year, on 32-hectare Keukenhof in Lisse is overlaid with more than four millions tulips and other flower species.
It has grown into the largest bulb flower park in the world and there are 15-kilometer footpaths along with several cycling trails as well as a one-hour boat tour. The seats available for the boat tour are limited, so be there early to guarantee a place.
It is visible on the "Walk of Fame" the tulips that are named after famous people, non-fictional and fictional, such as Ronaldo, Mozart, Teletubby and even a Lion King.
That annual Holland flower parade will be held on April 21 in this current year that is starting from Noordiwijk to Haarlem (outside Keukenhof) and will pass through Keukenhof in the afternoon during which the visitors are allowed re-entry into the park after the flower parade on that day.
2. Takada Castle Cherry Blossoms, Jōetsu, Japan
The event of Takada Park in Niigata prefecture offers a romantic option for nocturnal visitors with sights of cherry blossom viewing in Takada Castle is one of the three biggest night hanami events in Japan.
The rush of visitors show that how much Japanese like hanami, the Takada Park's 4,000 blooming cherry trees will be lit up by thousands of bombori lanterns alongside of the "Sakura road."
3. Nanhui Peach Blossoms, Shanghai, China
The Shanghai Nanhui event may not be the biggest flower fair in the country but it still offers some great beautiful sights.
The every passionate spring visitors drove to Shanghai Nanhui districts for the annual peach blossom festival where they are allowed to bathe in the red and pink blooms that symbolize prosperity, love and life in Chinese culture.
4. Lavender Routes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
It is being celebrated from June to September; Provence in France will also be covered by a patchwork of blue and purple lavenders appealing.
The major lavender farms surrounding along the foothills of the Alps in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region.
5. Royal Botanic Gardens, London, England
This event is old about 250 years; the Gardens of Kewspreads over 121 hectares and holding over one in eight of the known plant species in the world. There is massive garden is carpeted with five million London flowers and many other attractions.