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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.

6 May 2022

British drivers banned from driving in Spain

As of the beginning of this month, new regulation was adopted in Spain which forbids holders of a British license to drive in the country. Specifically, […]
19 April 2022

Zero carbon hire cars available in Tenerife

SEAFUEL is an Interreg Atlantic Area programme developing and demonstrating the viability of hydrogen as a fuel for local transport and contributing to the EU’s green […]
18 April 2022

These are the only ingredients that Valencian chefs recommend you use in paella

Every country has its signature dishes, culinary treats for which it is famous all around the world. When you think of Italy, for example, you think […]
3 March 2022

New Rodin Museum to open in Tenerife

When hearing the name Rodin, most of us are immediately mind travelling to Paris. It’s where the world’s most famous museum dedicated to the painter is […]
1 March 2022

Spain to launch low-cost high-speed route connecting Madrid-Valencia-Alicante

Locals and tourists in Spain will soon be able to take a high-speed train from Madrid to Valencia and Alicante with some tickets as low as […]
25 February 2022

48 hours in Tenerife

A short trip to Tenerife is always a good idea, the welcoming, mild climate of the largest of Canary Islands for which it earned a nickname […]
22 February 2022

Spanish ghost town emerges in Galicia after severe drought

The severe drought affecting the northern border region between Spain and Portugal has brought down the water levels of a reservoir in southern Galicia, and something […]
9 February 2022

Could volcano tourism help restart the economy of La Palma?

The eruption of the Cumbre Vieja volcano attracted tens of thousands of visitors to La Palma in October and early November. Boat and plane tickets were […]
8 February 2022

The Balearic Islands are legislating for sustainability and circularity

Since 2016 the Balearics – Ibiza, Mallorca, Menorca and Formentera – have had a Sustainable Tourism Tax, a bed night levy. There have been several campaigns […]
1 February 2022

Spain to create a new digital nomad visa to attract remote workers

The Government of Spain is developing a new visa for digital nomads. A permit that will authorize people to work remotely for foreign companies and reside […]
25 January 2022

Smoking may cause the spread of Covid up to eight meters away, study says

Smoking may cause the spread Covid up to eight meters away, according to the Spanish Society of Pulmonology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR). The Spanish newspaper La […]
24 January 2022

Seaplanes to fly between the capitals of the Canary Islands

On January 31st, Surcar Airlines, the first Spanish seaplane airline in the country, are carrying out their first test flight in the Canary Islands between the […]
12 January 2022

The Ghost Hotel of Algarrobico

How was it allowed to build a hideous and distorted concrete giant in a Natural Park? The construction of the hotel of Algarrobico began in 2003, […]
28 December 2021

Spain to ban smoking on its beaches with fines of up to 2,000 euros

Authorities in Spain are planning to ban smoking on all of the country’s beaches. Councils would have the possibility to impose fines of up to 2,000 […]
26 November 2021

Spain to become centre of world tourism for 3 days

From December 1 to 3, Madrid will host the 24th General Assembly of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), where the future of a strategic sector for […]
17 November 2021

This Instagrammable ‘crying room’ in Spain is actually promoting mental health

Even though crying is a fundamental part of our human being from the beginning – your parents will surely agree – it’s often met with a […]
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