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World Expo Floriade Amsterdam Almere 2022

Holland's once-in-a-decade World's Fair of horticulture will run from April to October, 2022, with exhibitions from more than 30 countries.

Floriade photo

ABOVE: A rendering of the Water Lily Pond at the Floriade exposition of 2002.

Floriade, the World's Fair of horticultural shows, is the largest public event in the Netherlands. The exhibition, which takes place only once every 10 years, will make its third appearance of the 21st Century from April to October, 2022. The location will move from Venlo to Almere, a modern "garden city" near Amsterdam that was built on land reclaimed from the sea.

Practical information

Tickets: If history is any guide, you'll be able to choose among single tickets, season tickets, and other options. For details, see the official Floriade Web site (link below) closer to the exposition dates.

Transportation: Before Floriade 2022 begins, information on trains, buses, road access, etc. will be published on the Floriade Web site.

Tours: Many companies will offer Floriade tours and excursion packages. Check with your travel agent, or browse the official Web sites below.

Web links
Watch the official World Expo Floriade Amsterdam Almere 2022 Web site for information about the horticultural show as it becomes available.

Visit Holland
The Netherlands Board of Tourism has loads of travel information for Europeans and visitors from overseas.

Related resources

The world's largest flower garden has more than 7,000,000 bulbs, including 1,000 varieties of tulips alone.

Netherlands Articles
Plan your trip with a 24-page Amsterdam Web guide, an introduction to Schipohl Airport, and other usesful information.

Photos from past Floriade expositions

Floriade 1960 photo

Rotterdam hosted the first Floriade in 1960.

Floriade 1992 photo

Thai Pavilion from the 1992 Floriade.

Floriade 2002 photo

Big Spotters Hill was the literal high point of Floriade 2002, rising 40 meters (120 feet) above the park and the Harlemmermeer countryside.

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Keukenhof: The world's largest flower garden

Photos: Floriade.