A little corner of Holland in Lombardy
You don't have to go to Holland to admire huge expanses of tulips. A stone's throw from Milan there is a field where you can pick the beautiful flowers, walk among the colors and capture the moment with a selfie or a panoramic photo. His name is Tulipani Italiani and he was created by a Dutch couple in Arese.
You can visit it from mid-March and throughout the period of the flowering of the tulips to enjoy a walk in the garden, inside the Groane Park, not far from the village Valera. Edwin Koeman and Nitsuhe Wolanios, the founders, created here the first and largest Italian U-pick field: you choose which flowers to collect to create your deck.
You can choose from almost 500,000 tulips of 450 varieties grown on a 2-hectare field. The entrance ticket entitles you to 2 tulips. But you can also create a more important deck, paying them separately.
The Show Garden section shows a variety of tulips with a sign to learn how to recognize them. Here and there for the entire field, organized in rows as in Holland, there are installations that create the perfect photographic set for a souvenir shot.