From June until the parade on Sunday, work is done in the construction tents of the floats. Usually these are open in the evening from about 7.00 pm and all day on Saturday. Closer to the parade, the tents are also open during the day and on Sunday. When the volunteers are at work, you can come and take a look. In many cases, they will tell you about their work and the float. Each hamlet has its own construction site and tent. See the map below for the locations.
“Rondje Corso” is a route along all participating hamlets in Zundert that you can take at any time without obligation. At each hamlet you will find an information board with information about the hamlet in question.
On the days before the first Sunday in September, Corsosunday, all townships are busy during the process of applying the dahlias on the floats. The corsotour gives Corsolovers of all ages the opportunity to experience this process in real life. Led by a guide, you can take a look behind the scenes to find out everything about the construction of the greatest flower parade.
If you want more information or book a corso tour on the last days before Corso. Click here for more information.