Every spring, Morges hosts the Tulip Festival at the beautiful Parc de l’Indépendance on the shores of Lake Geneva.
What a colorful bliss! This weeklong festival is free to the public, which is why it is eagerly awaited by thousands… And 2016 will be no exception: More than 120’000 tulips of almost 350 varieties will brighten up your day. Since some of the tulip varieties are hasty while others are late, the flowering period will be up to six weeks.
In addition to the flower park, a variety of entertainment is going on during weekends: From the ceramics market to Japanese ikebana demonstrations, there is something for every taste. This year, the town of Martigny will be the guest of the Tulip Festival.
Our tip: Follow the blooming progress on the official website.
(Photographs copyright Morges Région Tourisme)
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