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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.

30 May 2022

Eurostar passengers can now plant a tree with their bookings

Eurostar, the high-speed rail service linking the UK and mainland Europe, is launching a new partnership with Trees4Travel, which offers passengers the opportunity to plant trees […]
27 May 2022

These are the 10 attractions tourists complain the most about

When going on a trip, we all hope things go for the best. Even though we should know better by now, there’s still a spark of […]
25 May 2022

Ditch the rocket and fly to space in a balloon with World View

Space tourism is sprouting and it promises to bloom over the coming decades. While the super-rich can easily afford a ticket to space, others may find […]
24 May 2022

Biofuels cannot meet the demand for aviation fuel

On the 14th of May, the UK’s Secretary of State for Transport, Grant Shapps MP, announced plans for a net zero transatlantic flight by the end […]
24 May 2022

Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft docks to the International Space Station

Boeing’s spacecraft Starliner was launched on Friday, successfully completing the goal of the programmer’s Orbital Flight Test-2 (OFT-2) by docking to the International Space Station (ISS). […]
23 May 2022

Ryanair summer flights at threat as unions in Europe plan strikes

Trade unions are threatening to carry out European-wide cabin crew strike actions at Ryanair in the next weeks if the low-cost airline does not open to […]
23 May 2022

Belgian teenage pilot lands in Nairobi amid record-setting flight attempt

On Wednesday May 18, Belgian-British pilot Mack Rutherford landed his plane in Kenya. Mack—a 16-year-old boy who is on a quest to become the youngest pilot […]
20 May 2022

Why this month is the best time to buy your outdoor equipment

Spring is almost over, the summer holidays are just a stone’s throw away and temperatures are rapidly raising. Does this mean barbecue season has arrived? Yes! […]
20 May 2022

Digitalisation of restaurants a step forward for the sector to thrive post-Covid

The future of restaurants must take into account the changes in behaviours with consumers getting more immersed in the digital realm. Even before Covid-19, the sector […]
20 May 2022

5 eco-friendly ways to pack your lunch

Most of us will remember how once, when we were still children and going to school, our parents used to make us lunch every day. Often, […]
19 May 2022

Transparency Matters: progress at last

Later this year, we shall mark the 20th anniversary of the Cape Town Declaration on Responsible Tourism in Destinations. The conference, held alongside the World Summit […]
19 May 2022

Why billion-dollar luxury submarines might replace yachts

When you belong to the happy few wealthy people on this planet, you get to make tough choices. Imagine: you’ve just decided you are going to […]
19 May 2022

How often can you get Covid-19?

Although science has made significant progress to understand the ways in which Covid-19 behaves, there is still a lot of research to be done. With the […]
19 May 2022

A hidden Google Maps Street View feature lets you travel back in time

Who hasn’t seen a Google car passing by? For more than ten years, a fleet of vehicles has been driving through the streets of cities and […]
18 May 2022

Deployment of offshore wind power farms continues to be on the rise

Companies are paying higher and higher prices for sites to install offshore wind farms. After three days and 64 rounds of bidding, the US Department of […]
18 May 2022

Green Tech can be the path to sustainable growth

Decarbonizing green technologies can reconcile economic progress with safeguarding the resources of the planet. According to the World Economic Forum, Green Tech is the technology and […]
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