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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.

8 March 2023

This solar-powered catamaran can sail indefinitely

The Spanish-based Zen Yachts has recently revealed its latest creation, the Zen50 solar-powered catamaran. 1. World’s first series Equipped with a wingsail, the Zen50 defines a […]
6 March 2023

Lanzarote seeks to reduce reliance on British tourists

The island of Lanzarote in the Spanish Canaries has declared itself “tourist-saturated” and wants fewer visits from British holidaymakers. The volcanic island off North Africa’s northwest […]
6 March 2023

Lanzarote to host a masterclass on sustainability for destination leaders

NECSTouR, the Network of European Regions for Sustainable and Competitive Tourism, and SPEL-Lanzarote, the organisation responsible for the tourism promotion of Lanzarote, are committed to “Empowering […]
22 February 2023

Passengers will soon be able to leave liquids and electronics in their bags at Spanish airports

More and more airports around the world are deploying next generation scanners that allow passengers to leave liquids and electronics in their hand luggage during security […]
17 February 2023

Spain spends €258 million on trains that don’t fit its tunnels

The purchase of 31 commuter trains ordered by the Spanish Renfe in 2020 is agitating politics in the country, as the trains are too big to […]
31 January 2023

Spanish air traffic controllers’ strike to affect several airports every Monday in February

On Monday January 30th, some 160 air traffic controllers at 16 airports across Spain went on strike. The strike will take place on four more consecutive […]
24 January 2023

Málaga chosen as global headquarters for the Future of Tourism Coalition

Málaga is due to become the seat of the first ever Future of Tourism Coalition (FoTC) global headquarters and will act as the FoTC’s European hub, […]
10 January 2023

Cigarette companies told they must clear up their own butts in Spain

Spain has introduced new rules forcing tobacco companies to clean up cigarette butts. The regulations follow attempts to reduce smoking in public areas by prohibiting smoking […]
2 January 2023

High-speed train between Madrid and Murcia is now operating

On December 20th, the first AVE train between Madrid and Murcia left from Chamartin station in the capital of Spain, and arrived at Murcia del Carmen, […]
14 December 2022

Palma de Mallorca Airport will soon let you keep liquids and electronics in your bag at security

Part of a redevelopment scheme that started in November, the Palma de Mallorca Airport plans to remove the requirement for passengers to remove liquids and electronics […]
28 November 2022

Spain launches low-cost high-speed train service between Madrid and Barcelona

On Friday November 25th, the private high-speed operator Iryo launched a new high-speed train route between Madrid and Barcelona. The train’s first journey was hailed as […]
22 November 2022

New ‘cruise-ferry’ now sailing from Spain to Ireland twice a week

The new Brittany Ferries vessel “Salamanca” has completed its first crossing between the Irish port of Rosslare and the port of Bilbao. The ferry is the […]
7 November 2022

Fears over falling Chinese rocket close Spanish airspace

Spanish airspace over Catalonia and three other regions was closed briefly on Friday due to the risk posed by space debris falling to Earth. China launched […]
7 November 2022

Jet2 plane performs “emergency” landing in Bilbao to let passengers go to toilets

On Thursday November 3rd a plane of British company Jet2 had to make an emergency landing in Bilbao, Spain, so that passengers could go to the […]
3 November 2022

How US tourists spent their summer holidays in Spain

Mabrian, a tourism intelligence company, has published a new study called ‘The impact of American tourists in Spain’, which collects and analyses data relating to the […]
24 October 2022

Spain lifts all remaining Covid entry restrictions

On Friday October 21st, Spain lifted all the sanitary control measures that still remained for people coming from countries outside the EU or Schengen countries. Controls […]
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