The Rose Festival

The Rose Festival is a biennial exhibition of hundreds of thousands of roses processed in beautiful rose mosaics, rose objects and rose gardens in and around downtown Lottum. The village is during these days one big sea of flowers, which in the last edition of 2014 was visited by over 50,000 people.


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Lottum in Northern Limburg is village situated on the western bank of the riveer Maas, about 10 km north of Venlo. Via the A73 from Nijmegen and Roermond and the A67 from Eindhoven Lottum is directly connected to all parts of the Netherlands. Take the A73 exit 11, Melderslo, Lottum. Visitors to the Rose Festival may park for free on one of the many parking spaces in Lottum. All access roads to Lottum are provided with road sign referring to parkings. Close to the primary school in the village centre a separate parking is reserved for vehicles with disabled visitors. Visitors from Germany can park their car close to the river at the highway Venlo-Nijmegen, where a large parking space is available for Festival visitors. From there guests to the Rose Festival may take the nearby ferry from Lomm to Lottum free of charge. The ferry sails until 1 am.

Calculate your route to Lottum here.