António Buscardini


António Buscardini is the CEO and Founder of Travel Tomorrow and the CEO of Buscardini Communications. He is also the journalist and director of the Embarquement, Clin d'Oeil sur le Monde, 60 secondes and Cérès TV series broadcast by TV5 Monde. With more than 10 years of experience in the field of press and communications. António was the director of communications of the Assembly of European Regions.

7 October 2021

Google encourages travelers to reduce their carbon footprint

Last month Google announced a new feature to find the most eco-friendly routes, enabling users to more easily optimise their carbon footprint. Now, Google released a […]
15 September 2021

British Airways to add the Azores archipelago to its network in 2022

British Airways has today announced that it will be adding the islands of São Miguel and Terceira in the beautiful Azores archipelago to its Heathrow short-haul […]
27 August 2021
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How could 5G transform the travel and tourism industry?

5G or fifth generation mobile networks are expected to bring many changes in communications and data exchange. The technology could provide virtually ubiquitous connectivity all around […]
6 July 2021

Nur-Sultan celebrates 23 years as Kazakhstan’s capital

Today, Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan celebrates its 23rd anniversary. The young rapidly growing city sprung into existence around the small town of Akmola back in 1998. The […]
3 July 2021

Manneken Pis celebrates Kazakhstan’s independence anniversary

On the occasion of Kazakhstan’s 30th independence anniversary, the Belgian famous Manneken Pis wore a traditional ‘Shapan’. The ceremony took place today in the courtyard of […]
29 June 2021

Europe’s soft drinks industry to reduce added sugars by another 10%

UNESDA, the association representing Europe’s soft drinks industry, announces today enhanced health and nutrition commitments to continue to help Europeans manage their intake of added sugars […]
17 June 2021

Travel Tomorrow celebrates its 1st anniversary

The journey started a year ago. On the 17th of June 2020, three months into the pandemic, Travel Tomorrow began delivering relevant news for travelers around […]
7 June 2021

Ryanair condemns the UK’s “bizarre” decision to remove Portugal from the “green list”

Ryanair condemned last Friday the “bizarre” decision of the United Kingdom to remove Portugal from the “green list” of international travel, underlining that the decision “has […]
4 June 2021

Did you know that the longest railway line in China was built by Belgians?

It took more than seven years, from 1898 to 1905, to build the railway linking the north and south of China. The project, one of the […]
5 May 2021

Ambassador Yoon Soongu: “As the situation continues to improve in the future we will be ready to welcome foreign tourists”

Belgium and Korea share a long-term friendship, and already in 1901 they signed their first bilateral Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation. In fact, Belgium was […]
9 March 2021

Marsha Walden: “Canadians have the power to change this by spending their travel budget in Canada”

Destination Canada released a new research and analysis that uncovers the scope of the impact to the tourism sector from Covid-19. The visitor economy saw unprecedented […]
8 March 2021

Top-20 most powerful passports in 2021

Passport Index has revealed its ranking on passports for 2021. The ranking is based on the ease with which citizens can travel abroad and be allowed to […]
5 March 2021

Nuno Vale: “Madeira was naturally chosen by digital nomads”

Madeira broadened its tourist arrival policy on February 19th: those tourists who present proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid-19 within the last 90 days will […]
3 March 2021

Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes: “We are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel”

Authorities in Macao reported that there hasn’t been a single Covid-19 case in more than six months. The hospitality and tourism sector in the city are […]
15 February 2021

“What’s happening now in the world is a sort of adventure tourism of its own”

Kairat Sadvakassov, the deputy chairman of “Kazakh Tourism” – the tourism board of Kazakhstan, speaks with Travel Tomorrow about his view on upcoming opportunities for modern […]
27 January 2021

A new Holocaust Museum inaugurated in Portugal

The first Holocaust museum opened its doors in Portugal’s second largest city, Porto. The event marked a historic moment for Holocaust education in the region. The […]
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