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.

22 September 2023

World’s tallest tower to be built in Jeddah

Work on what will become the world’s tallest building started in 2013 and was supposed to be concluded by 2020. A break in construction works in […]
21 September 2023

Funerary and memory sites of First World War listed as UNESCO World Heritage

Funerary and memory sites from the Western Front, in France and Belgium, of the First World War have just been added to UNSESCO’s World Heritage List. […]
20 September 2023

A first peek at ‘Something Beautiful’

Something Beautiful, the festival of art and poetry organised by the artist-poet Mimi Kunz and the curator Lucie Pinier, is coming back to LaVallée in Molenbeek, […]
20 September 2023

The double anniversary of Belgium’s Africa Museum

The Royal Museum of Central Africa, renamed the Africa Museum, has been standing in Tervuren for over a century. 125 years to be precise. Having started […]
19 September 2023

Russian observatory and Palestine’s Jericho added to UNESCO World Heritage

A university observatory complex in Russia’s fifth largest city has been added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage. From classical astrology to modern astrophysics To qualify […]
19 September 2023

Film on Kazakh Beatles’ artistic journey to be screened in Brussels

Dos-Mukasan, a film about the artistic journey of the popular Kazakh rock and pop band bearing the same name, will be screened at Brussels’ Cinema Palace […]
18 September 2023

Venice excluded from UNESCO list of endangered world heritage

In am unexpected decision, Venice and its famous lagoon have been excluded from UNESCO’s World Heritage in Danger list. The UNESCO World Heritage Committee is currently […]
18 September 2023

UNESCO lists two Ukrainian cities as “historic sites in danger”

Kyiv and L’viv have been inscribed on UNESCO’s list of historic sites in danger due to the threat posed by Russia’s invasion and ongoing war in […]
14 September 2023

Art Nouveau takes centre stage at this year’s Heritage Days in Brussels

The 35th edition of Heritage Days will take place this weekend, 16-17 September, in Brussels. Coinciding with the year of Art Nouveau for the Belgian capital, […]
8 September 2023

Pukkelpop 2023 reveals recipe for a perfect music festival experience

Pukkelpop 2023 was a smashing success, bringing together glorious sunshine, diverse music, fun-filled activities, and delicious food. The lineup boasted big-name stars including Billie Eilish, Years […]
7 September 2023

5 new cookbooks that will make your summer holiday last a little longer

Summer holidays are officially over, meaning the kids are back to school and you are once again stuck behind your desk, seemingly concentrating on your daily […]
31 August 2023

Myths, facts and a closer look at Melbourne’s Greek diaspora

An oft-quoted thing about Australian multiculturalism is that Melbourne has the third-biggest Greek-speaking population after Athens and Thessaloniki. If true, it would be quite a claim. […]
30 August 2023

The Edinburgh Military Tattoo comes to Belgium in September

The Edinburgh Military is an event performed annually by British Armed Forces, Commonwealth and international military bands, and artistic performance teams in the Scottish capital. Not […]
28 August 2023

Bozar reopens rooftop terrace with added urban initiatives

Brussels’ Centre for Fine Arts, Bozar, has reopened its famed rooftop terrace for the 2023-2024 season, called On Top of That, with an added programme of […]
22 August 2023

Reiefestival proves that Bruges is not precious but punk

Bruges welcomed the Reiefestival from 18-20 August, an eclectic mix of players and artists and audiences bringing radical life to the ancient spaces and artworks of […]
18 August 2023

Did you know the ukulele has its origins in Portugal?

The cavaquinho is a small string instrument that has a rich history and cultural significance in various regions of the world. Its origins can be traced […]