Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

13 July 2023

10 most instagrammable spots in Baku

Baku is a city that keeps on giving. I had the opportunity of visiting it for a second time earlier this year and, as soon as […]
26 June 2023

Following the historic Silk Road to Sheki

Nestled in the Valley of the Gurjana River and guarded by the Caucasus Mountains, Sheki (Şəki in Azerbaijani) was once the capital of the Sheki Khanate, […]
7 June 2023

“Karabakh After the War” photo exhibition showcased in the European Parliament

War is always devastating. No matter how long or short, no matter how spread or contained, no matter where in the world it occurs, war damages […]
6 June 2023

How investing in sustainability builds pathways for collaboration and growth

Balancing growth and sustainability is one of the greatest challenges the world is facing today. The effects of climate change are increasing day by day, but […]
21 April 2023

Azerbaijan holds great potential to export green hydrogen to Europe

The country has already forged a trade partnership with the European Union (EU) to supply the bloc with natural gas. 1. Fuel exporter Oil-rich Azerbaijan is […]
18 April 2023

A night in the Land of Fire at Brussels’ Royal Park

Nestled between Europe and Asia and poised like an eagle over the oil-rich Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan encompasses dramatic landscapes, UNESCO-recognised heritage, and a spectacularly modern capital, […]
3 March 2023

Discovering the jazz and ethno-jazz culture in Azerbaijan

When hearing the word jazz, one would understandably think of New Orleans and the African-American community there that created jazz as a more complex deviation of […]
20 February 2023

Passenger demand for air transport in Azerbaijan is set to increase 80% over the next two decades

Passenger demand for air transport in Azerbaijan is set to increase some 80% over the next two decades, according to the International Air Transport Association, IATA. […]
13 January 2023

How is Azerbaijan promoting its tourism offer?

In 2020 the world came to a stop as Covid-19 spread across the globe. Azerbaijan, like many other countries, is now more than ever promoting its […]
28 December 2022

48 hours in Baku

Two days are not nearly enough to explore the remarkable city that is Baku, but here are just a few suggestions of what you can do […]
22 December 2022

The most stunning modern architecture in Baku

A short stroll through the streets of Baku and you will be amazed by the beautiful contrast between the city’s architectural styles. From the 12th century […]
19 December 2022

The winemaking tradition of Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is a land of many rich cultures and customs, among which a millennia old tradition of winemaking. 1. Winemaking in Azerbaijan Artifacts uncovered at an […]
13 December 2022

Why Azerbaijan is called the ‘Land of Fire’

A natural treasure lies beneath Azerbaijan – gas. In some places, especially in the Absheron Peninsula, the gas finds a way to escape from the underground […]
12 December 2022

Heydar Aliyev’s legacy for Azerbaijan

Heydar Aliyev was the third president of the independent Republic of Azerbaijan, from October 1993 to October 2003, and is considered the founder of contemporary Azerbaijan. […]
7 December 2022

Exploring Azerbaijan’s cuisine

Whenever travelling abroad, discovering the local cuisine is essential and, in this regard, Azerbaijan has a plentiful offer. From fresh salads to kebabs and teas, you […]
13 July 2022

Discovering Azerbaijani Mugham music

The Azerbaijani Mugham is a form of traditional folk music. Its main characteristic, which makes is so unique, is improvisation. It cannot be transcribed in fixed […]