Spring sees Europe burst into colour, with sunshine brightening gloomy cities and fragrant flowers bringing frost-bitten fields to life.
Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands is well known for its annual spring Tulip Festival while France’s Provence is famed for turning purple with lavender come summer.
But popular destinations like these are often overrun with tourists seeking the perfect Instagram snap.
So why not head to some of Europe’s lesser-known spots for spring blooms? From natural wildflower displays to manicured gardens, here are some of the best places to see flowers in Europe without the crowds.
Sink into a sea of tulips at this fairytale English castle
Until early May, Arundel Castle in West Sussex,
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