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.

20 December 2022

Brussels’ town hall opens as a museum next year

Brussels’ town hall, watching over the famous Grand Place, will open as a museum as of January 2023. On the sideline of an official budget meeting, […]
20 December 2022

The effortlessly expressive faces of Marlene Dumas

Marlene Dumas’ portraits at the Palazzo Grassi in Venice must be seen by anyone who dreams of capturing character on paper or canvas. They are a […]
16 December 2022

Hilma af Klint: the mystical pioneer of abstract art

Long overlooked, the abstract art of Hilma af Klint, with its mystical language of forms and colours, is finally getting the attention and recognition it deserves. […]
15 December 2022

Peter Lindbergh photo exhibition opens in Brussels

From December 15th, 2022 until May 14th, 2023, Brussels’ Espace Vanderborght will host an exceptional photo exhibition: “Untold Stories”, the posthumous exhibition of works by the […]
13 December 2022

New Banksy Museum in Brussels opens its doors to visitors

On Thursday December 8th, a new Banksy Museum opens its doors to visitors in Brussels. More than 130 works by the equally mysterious and iconic artist […]
12 December 2022

Heydar Aliyev’s legacy for Azerbaijan

Heydar Aliyev was the third president of the independent Republic of Azerbaijan, from October 1993 to October 2003, and is considered the founder of contemporary Azerbaijan. […]
12 December 2022

Can you guess the most googled word in 2022?

Every year Google publishes some of the most popular searches of the year and 2022 was no exception. Called “Year in Search”, the 2022 dashboard shows […]
9 December 2022

Évora chosen as European Capital of Culture 2027 in Portugal

The chairperson of the European Capitals of Culture Expert panel announced on 7 December that the city of Évora has been recommended for the European Capital […]
7 December 2022

Brussels to become the capital of Art Nouveau in 2023

The Brussels Region has announced that next year will be the Art Nouveau Year as an important anniversary will be celebrated in the Capital of Europe. […]
5 December 2022

UNESCO inscribes 47 new elements as intangible cultural heritage

UNESCO, as the United Nations Organization in charge of culture, ensures the safeguarding and transmission of intangible cultural heritage, represented by traditional knowledge, arts and skills. […]
5 December 2022

Belgian parade dropped from UNESCO heritage list due to racism complaints

Every August the sleepy Belgian town of Ath is invaded by giants. Huge paper-maché creations are paraded through the streets as part of the ‘Ducasse d’Ath,’ […]
1 December 2022

The countries with the most historical hiking routes for tourists

All too often, we tend to distinguish tourists according to their interests. We speak about the sporty spices, the history fanatics and the party animals. And […]
1 December 2022

What is the oldest tourist attraction in the USA?

Here is the real story of Plymouth Rock—America’s most famous piece of granite and the oldest tourist attraction in the USA. Located in Pilgrim Memorial State […]
30 November 2022

Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China

China currently ranks second on the list of countries with the highest number of UNESCO heritage-listed attractions, only second to Italy. With a total of 56 […]
30 November 2022

A new skyscraper is set to redefine Austin’s urban landscape

A large construction project is set to change the urban landscape of Austin. At 1,035 feet (315 meters), the Wilson Tower is expected to become the […]
29 November 2022

Which countries have the most UNESCO World Heritage sites?

Italy is now home to the largest number of UNESCO world heritage sites in the world, as reported by the World Economic Forum (WEF). After the […]