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António Buscardini is the CEO and Founder of Travel Tomorrow and the CEO of Buscardini Communications. He is also the journalist and director of the Embarquement, Clin d'Oeil sur le Monde, 60 secondes and Cérès TV series broadcast by TV5 Monde. With more than 10 years of experience in the field of press and communications. António was the director of communications of the Assembly of European Regions.

27 January 2021

A new Holocaust Museum inaugurated in Portugal

The first Holocaust museum opened its doors in Portugal’s second largest city, Porto. The event marked a historic moment for Holocaust education in the region. The […]
22 January 2021

Once upon a time a unique space in the world: The Dolls Hospital

It was in the year of 1830 when the space, known as The Dolls Hospital (Hospital das Bonecas), in Praça da Figueira, in Lisbon, was founded. […]
15 January 2021

Why should you visit Alentejo? Interview with António Lacerda

What used to be a concern, curiously became a point in favor, even before the pandemic occurred. The fact that Portugal’s Alentejo has only 10 inhabitants […]
13 January 2021

Azores elected as a safe holiday destination in 2021

The European Best Destinations elected the Azores as a safe holiday destination in 2021. “When, in 2020, the travel and life habits of all of us […]
18 December 2020

Lisbon turns Airbnb flats into affordable housing

Due to the drastic decrease in the number of tourists, the city of Lisbon is transforming Airbnb apartments into affordable houses and is subletting the flats […]
17 December 2020

Portugal hosts Crisis Committee: Cross-travel procedures

The Global Tourism Crisis Committee has met for the last time in 2020, to continue advancing coordination and cooperation among all parts of the sector. The […]
14 December 2020

Aldeia da Mata Pequena: A village with 12 people maintained tourism in the summer

Imagine a little enchanted village with only 12 people…  Just 3 families live in this place, hidden in a protected natural area called Penedo do Lexim. […]
11 December 2020

The best tourism film in the world is Portuguese

Portugal has conquered the Oscar of tourism films, awarded by the International Committee of Film Festivals and Tourism (CIFFT), with the film “You Only Love Once” […]
7 December 2020

“Cascais is an international case study in the fight against Covid-19” Carlos Carreiras, Mayor of Cascais

When in January 2020 we started to receive the initial information on what was going on in China, the scenario was seen as something far away that would […]
3 December 2020

A World for Travel – Christian Delom, Secretary General: “A Revolution is Coming”

The Forum “A World for Travel” will happen in May, at Évora University, Portugal, and it is about the transformation of travel and tourism. The Secretary General […]
30 November 2020

Walking the Portuguese Camino coastal route

Now one of the worlds most popular touristic pilgrim routes, el Camino de Santiago de Compostela has an important history as a pilgrimage route throughout Europe. […]
30 November 2020

Unusual snowfall in Madeira captured on camera

Last Wednesday afternoon saw unusual weather in Pico do Arieiro, where both snow and the lowest temperatures since the summer were recorded. Unusual images captured at […]
28 November 2020

Algarve awarded the Best Beach Destination in Europe

Portugal’s Algarve region has been voted the Best Beach Destination, for the 7th time, in the prestigious World Travel Awards. “In a year as troubled as […]
20 November 2020

“We cannot wait for European Funds” – Francisco Calheiros, President of the Portuguese Confederation of Tourism

Covid-19 had the greatest impact that the tourism sector has ever encountered. The inhibition to travel by air, road, rail, and sea, due to confinements and […]
10 November 2020

Porto Santo named UNESCO Biosphere Reserve

Porto Santo is the second largest island of the the archipelago of Madeira and home to 5483 people. In addition to this, Porto Santo Biosphere Reserve […]
9 November 2020

Covid-19: Portugal imposes curfew and declares state of health emergency

Due to the sustained Covid-19 contagion rate, Portugal has decided to impose a state of health emergency until November 23rd, announced Prime Minister Antonio Costa on […]
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