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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.

7 July 2023

Brussels launches Summer Wonders festival

Brussels’ Plaisirs d’Hiver, or Winter Wonders, Christmas market is a staple of the European capital and the best Christmas Market in the world. Building on this […]
4 July 2023

Belgium-based Ryanair pilots threaten to strike on 15 and 16 July

Belgium-based Ryanair pilots have been at odds with management for over a year, having taken industrial action multiple times over pay and work conditions. In September […]
4 July 2023

Over 4.7 millions passengers expected at Brussels Airport this summer

The summer holiday season is about to start and Brussels Airport is expecting to welcome over 4.7 million passengers as they jet off to the 180 […]
30 June 2023

Oops they did it again – 90s mania takes Ghent by storm

A new exhibition until April next year at House of Alijn, Ghent plunges visitors back in time to the 1990s, with a nostalgic and thoughtful take […]
29 June 2023

5 outdoor swimming spots around Brussels

Living in a city has many benefits. Hungry at 2 o’clock in the morning? The night shop is just a short walk away. A last-minute craving […]
29 June 2023

Getaway to Mechelen, where blue skies seem to go on forever

From the top of St Rumbold’s Tower in Mechelen, gazing out at the distant skylines of Brussels and Antwerp, the whole of Belgium and its history […]
29 June 2023

Brussels to celebrate Magritte’s 125th anniversary with unique art installations in the city

On Friday June 23rd, the City of Brussels announced that, to mark the 125th anniversary of Magritte’s birth, some of the capital’s shopping streets are being […]
28 June 2023

Brussels’ European Quarter to be redesigned into a sustainable city district

Plans to redevelop around 300,000 m² of office space in the heart of Brussels have been announced. The redevelopment project, entrusted to Plusoffice Architects and Cityforward, […]
23 June 2023

Spectacular Giants of Royal de Luxe return to Antwerp this summer

Lovers of gigantic marionettes, street theatre, carnivals, and unconventional fun will surely have their heart strings tugged when the Giants of Royal de Luxe return to […]
22 June 2023

Brussels expats urged to get on their bikes

Brussels Mobility is urging more people to use pedal power to get around, especially the city’s large expat community. 1. Background The city has a troubled […]
21 June 2023

Brussels Airport is under fire over new environmental permit

Residents’ associations around Brussels Airport and the environmental organization Bond Beter Leefmilieu (BBL) have announced their firm opposition to a new environmental permit being granted to […]
21 June 2023

Bruges gets summer-ready with six festivals not to miss

The Bruges summer festival season promises to be a hot one this year, with a line-up of events –including music, dance, light installations, and film – […]
19 June 2023

Belgian Minister of Mobility to propose ban on domestic short-haul flights

On Friday June 16th, Belgium’s Federal Minister of Mobility, Georges Gilkinet, announced a desire to implement a total ban on domestic flights in the country. A […]
16 June 2023

Where to unwind and rejuvenate in Brussels

Brussels, the vibrant capital of Europe, a city where business and pleasure harmoniously coexist in a seamless blend of work and leisure. But, as is so […]
16 June 2023

Summertime and the living is easy in Mechelen

From palm trees and beaches to brewery gardens and chilling along the banks of the Dyle, Mechelen’s Flemish charms will seduce you this summer. And with […]
16 June 2023

Hidden Ghent: delve into the secrets of a medieval capital

Ghent is a place of secrets going back to the seventh century. For five hundred years over the Middle Ages, it was one of Europe’s most […]