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Margarida is a Travel Tomorrow reporter and press and communications assistant at Buscardini Communications. She studied Communication Sciences and Journalism at the NOVA University of Lisbon (FCSH) with an Erasmus semester in European Studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. After an internship at the Communication department of the Municipal Council of Cascais, life took her to Boston, Massachusetts. In the United States, she worked for the Consulate of Portugal in New Bedford for the past 4 years.  Margarida loves traveling, snowboarding and attending live music. A big fan of humor and in a serious relationship with food.

29 November 2023

TUI Foundation reforestation project in Rhodes to start in 2024

The Government of the South Aegean in collaboration with the TUI Care Foundation have unveiled plans for the TUI Forest, a reforestation initiative set to take […]
7 September 2023

Greece introduces daily and hourly visitor cap at Acropolis

Greece has implemented a new policy to combat overtourism at the Acropolis, in Athens, the ancient Greek monument that has been a popular tourist destination for […]
4 September 2023

Wildfires in Greece are the biggest ever recorded in the EU

During a summer that has witnessed the hottest month of July in the past 120,000 years, with heat storms taking over Europe, wildfires spread in destinations […]
25 August 2023

What can we learn from Hydra’s ban on wheeled transport?

Hydra is the picture postcard many of us have in mind of the quintessential Aegean island. Topped by terracotta tiled roofs, squat stone houses clamber up […]
24 August 2023

140 arrests made as Greece battles wildfires for second time this summer

A wildfire has been spreading outside Athens for several days, reports Reuters. This report contains upsetting details. The blaze started near a Mount Parnitha village then […]
23 August 2023

Greek protestors campaign to take back space on beaches

Greece is facing another currency crisis but this time the currency in question is space on the island nation’s beaches, which some businesses are illegally privatising. […]
8 August 2023

Greece to introduce daily and hourly visitor cap at Acropolis from September

Greek authorities are capping visitor numbers to the Acropolis from September 2023, to preserve the monument for future generations. Revealing just how many visitors the UNESCO […]
7 August 2023

Free holidays on Rhodes offered by Greek PM after wildfires

Greece’s Prime Minister has offered a free week’s holiday to anyone whose Rhodes holiday was curtailed by wildfires in July 2023. So far 2023’s peak season […]
26 July 2023

Thousands of tourists evacuated from Greek islands as wildfires keep spreading

Greece has been fighting wildfires for almost two weeks. As temperatures have frequently climbed above 40˚C, reaching 46˚C on the hottest days, and air humidity is […]
13 June 2023

Family ownership can be a solution to the “tragedy of the commons”

A local family realised the importance of an area of unspoilt nature and purchased it to protect it by developing a tourism use to fund its […]
6 March 2023

Greek rail workers strike over conditions after deadly train crash

Greek rail workers are taking industrial action in the aftermath of last week’s rail crash that left at least 57 dead. At least 50 others remain […]
12 January 2023

Is the fabulous villa from ‘Glass Onion’ real?

If you’re a bit of a movie fanatic, chances are, you’ve asked yourself where a certain film was hot and whether or not it was possible […]
14 October 2022

Amazon is creating a “smart island” in Greece

Amazon is leading a “smart island” project on the Greek island of Naxos, where trial drone deliveries and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies will be tested. […]
28 April 2022

Greece to lift several Covid-19 restrictions from May 1st

As of May, Greece will lift almost all measures against the coronavirus, including the mandatory display of the Covid passport indoors. On Wednesday April 13th, Health […]
26 August 2021

This Greek island is home to Europe’s first ‘sushi’

On the Greek island of Skopelos, the country’s greenest island located in the Western Aegean Sea, residents have long been making a “sushi-style” fish dish, which […]
19 August 2021

Athens is striving to become a sustainable destination

The City of Athens and the Athens Development and Destination Management Agency (ADDMA) have commissioned an assessment of Athens as a sustainable tourism destination, Travel Daily […]