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.

15 May 2023

Heydar Aliyev’s centenary celebrated in Brussels

The 10th of May marked the 100th anniversary of the birth of former Azerbaijani president Heydar Aliyev. The third president of the independent Republic of Azerbaijan, […]
15 May 2023

Singapore Tourism Board partners with Google to create Augmented Reality tours

Google’s ARCore and the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) launched a preview of two new immersive AR experiences around Merlion Park and Victoria Theatre & Concert Hall […]
15 May 2023

Brussels Pride to take place in Brussels on 20 May

On Saturday May 20th, Brussels Pride – The Belgian & European Pride will once again put the LGBTQIA+ community in the spotlight and decorate the streets […]
15 May 2023

India builds world’s highest railway bridge

India is working on a construction that will surpass the height of the Eiffel Tower but in a completely different way: a railway bridge that will […]
15 May 2023

Uber UK to introduce flight bookings to its app

From this summer, Uber users will be able to book flights via the app that started as a disrupter to the taxi industry. Uber has partnered […]
14 May 2023

Sweden wins Eurovision for 7th time, tying Ireland for the record

All eyes turned to the Grand Final of the Eurovision song contest Saturday evening. An average 9.9 million people tuned in, with a peak of 11 […]
12 May 2023

The worrying increase of mental health issues in a fragmented world

The world is facing an unprecedented rise of depression, suicide and mental health issues. According to the WHO World Mental Health report published in June 2022, […]
12 May 2023

Jump into Ghent’s 2023 jazz extravaganza

Jazz fans mark up your calendars now because jazz epicentre Ghent is serving up a series of exceptional musical treats during 2023 that could prove to […]
12 May 2023

Four European cities awarded for ensuring more cycling

Some of Europe’s highest achievers in ensuring more cycling were recognised at the second edition of the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF) Awards. The winners of the […]
11 May 2023

FC Barcelona ditches private jets to reduce travel emissions

Barça’s players took the train for the first time ever to play a game in Madrid, against Getafe CF, and make a point about reducing travel […]
11 May 2023

New US tech can capture 100 tons of carbon from the ocean annually

Two California-based companies are partnering to accelerate technology development and industry collaboration to help mitigate climate change.  1. Captura and AltaSea Captura, a carbon removal company […]
11 May 2023

Finland and Namibia join forces to produce green hydrogen from wave power

Finnish wave energy technology developer, AW-Energy, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Namibian energy generation company, Kaoko Green Energy Solutions, to produce green hydrogen […]
11 May 2023

What do retirees like to do for fun?

“I can’t wait to retire” is not a rarely heard statement. After working for so long, many people look forward to the peace and quiet of […]
11 May 2023

How to spend a family friendly getaway in London

The glorious Coronation of King Charles III has again put the focus on London. It is generally agreed the weekend’s majestic event in the British capital […]
11 May 2023

Retail therapy, romance and moongazing in Mechelen

Mechelen, an historic Flanders city on the river Dyle halfway between Brussels and Antwerp, is sometimes overlooked by those looking for some retail therapy and a […]
11 May 2023

Karen Shu, one of Beyoncé’s favourite chefs, opens her restaurant in Antwerp

When you’re good at cooking, that’s already quite the achievement and you’ve probably earned compliments of friends and family over the years. When you manage to […]