The 67th edition of Keukenhof, the largest flower park in the world, is now officially open. This year’s theme is “The Golden Age”; the period during which the world was being discovered and trade flourished. The highlight of the theme this year is a flower bulb mosaic covering an area of 250 sq m and made of a hundred thousand tulips, grape-hyacinths (muscari) and crocuses. The flower shows portray combinations between tens of thousands of flowers and the 17th century paintings. New in 2016 are a Golden Age inspirational garden and a Delft Blue garden. Gardens and four pavilions show a collection of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, orchids, roses, carnations, irises, lilies and many other flowers. It is recommended for guests to visit the park in April and May, in order to see more than seven million flowers that bloom at Keukenhof.