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Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

7 September 2023

Second night train to connect Brussels and Berlin as of December

Traveling by train from Berlin to Brussels is a convenient and scenic way to explore Europe and a new night train service launched by Austria’s national […]
1 September 2023

EU production of coal and gas hits record low as demand plummets, Ember report says

The findings were presented by the clean energy think tank Ember, which analyses changes in Europe’s power sector from January to June 2023 to measure the […]
30 August 2023

European hospitality sector calls for “balanced approach” of energy performance of buildings

Hotrec, the umbrella Association of Hotels, Restaurants, Bars and Cafes and similar establishments in Europe, welcomes the revision of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) […]
24 August 2023

10 beautiful streets in Europe worth visiting

Beauty is a very subjective thing. But as the current Wes Anderson mania proves, some aesthetics are universally pleasing. Colours and symmetry always score good. Moreover, […]
23 August 2023

The number of flights in Europe for the first half of August reached 94% of 2019 levels

European flight numbers are up on this time last year but still not up to pre-pandemic levels, reveals a report by the body responsible for managing […]
22 August 2023

Are restaurants behaving badly with flurry of overpricing incidents?

We have heard much about tourists behaving badly while on holiday in Europe in recent times but now publications like Insider and CNN are turning the […]
21 August 2023

Europe’s ‘golden visas’ thrive amidst calls for their abolition

In the face of mounting pressure to abolish residency-by-investment programs, Europe’s golden visas continue to flourish, driving business for immigration consultancies across the continent. Despite widespread […]
17 August 2023

Climate change means Belgium and Nordics could become new places-to-be, says Tui

Shifts in Europe’s climate, including extreme summer heatwaves and the increasing risk of wildfires in Mediterranean countries, will alter holiday calendars and boost the popularity of […]
17 August 2023

Travel intent in Europe remains strong despite a 4% decrease compared to 2022

As the travel landscape evolves in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, a recent report by the European Travel Commission (ETC) sheds light on the changing […]
17 August 2023

A promising pilot project to empower the future of tourism

The European Parliament (EP) approved a resolution in March 2021, establishing an “EU Strategy for Sustainable Tourism”. This marked the first initiative of its kind during […]
16 August 2023

Brussels-Netherlands train service to double by late 2024, featuring speedier journeys

The partnership between Dutch and Belgian national railway companies, NS and NMBS/SNCB, is embarking on a significant upgrade to the intercity train connection between Brussels and […]
8 August 2023

6 European countries demand climate action after devastating heatwave

Heads of State across the Mediterranean have issued a stark warning about climate change and its threat to daily life in their countries. “Extreme natural phenomena […]
7 August 2023

What are the biggest beer producers in the EU?

Beer production in the EU has almost returned to pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest data from Eurostat. EU countries produced over 34 billion litres of […]
3 August 2023

Climate change to shift European tourism from south to north

Climate change will gradually drive tourism in Europe away from typical southern destinations and up to cooler northern regions, a new study from the European Commission […]
3 August 2023

Madrid – Marseille in under 8 hours, thanks to new high-speed rail connection

Europe just got a little bit smaller. Spanish railway operator, Renfe, has launched a new high-speed service linking the Spanish capital Madrid and France’s second city, […]
2 August 2023

Travelers could save up to 20% on Europe’s night trains, study shows

According to a new study by environmental group Transport & Environment (T&E) and Back on Track Europe, solo travelers could save up to 20% on the […]