Margarida is a Travel Tomorrow reporter and press and communications assistant at Buscardini Communications. She studied Communication Sciences and Journalism at the NOVA University of Lisbon (FCSH) with an Erasmus semester in European Studies at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. After an internship at the Communication department of the Municipal Council of Cascais, life took her to Boston, Massachusetts. In the United States, she worked for the Consulate of Portugal in New Bedford for the past 4 years.  Margarida loves traveling, snowboarding and attending live music. A big fan of humor and in a serious relationship with food.

1 August 2023

Flanders’ Rubens Castle opens its doors for Stories Unfold festival

The Flemish Brabant province of Zemst is all set to witness an exciting cultural spectacle as Rubens Castle, also known as Het Steen or the Castle […]
31 July 2023

Emperor Nero’s lost theatre found in ‘dream’ dig under hotel in Rome

Archaeologists in Rome have uncovered what they believe to be the vestiges of a first century AD theatre where warrior-poet Emperor Nero himself is believed to […]
27 July 2023

Barbenheimer climbs among world’s highest grossing box office openings

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you should know by now what Barbenheimer is. The long-awaited, simultaneous theatre release of […]
27 July 2023

The ‘White Night’ returns to Braga with more than 150 events

The nights in Braga will once again be white for three days with the return of Braga’s White Night, which will take place from the 8th […]
25 July 2023

Chillers and thrillers to mark 50 years since The Wicker Man

Hubris, curiosity, naivety, a search for justice – whatever the character traits that lead our protagonists on their journey of discovery, if the story takes inspiration […]
21 July 2023

Belgium celebrates its 192th anniversary

On July 21st, 1831, a forty-year old German prince from the Saxe-Cobourg-Saalfeld duchy stood on the grounds of the Royal Palace in Brussels and was sworn […]
20 July 2023

When does vandalism become artefact?

Every week it seems a new incident of tourist damage to priceless artefacts and ancient buildings is reported. Rome has been particularly badly hit this year […]
19 July 2023

Contemporary cries against historic crimes

The past is never fully buried by the passage of time; it whispers incessantly. Some artists listen, their art crystalising the wrongs wrought throughout history into […]
18 July 2023

Free entry to Belgium’s museums on 10th anniversary of King Philippe’s reign

On Monday July 17th, the Belgian State Secretary for Scientific Policy, Thomas Dermine, announced that, to mark the 10th anniversary of King Philippe’s reign, access to […]
18 July 2023

How King Abdullah’s Financial District is redefining Riyadh’s urban landscape

A new district in Riyadh is redefining the urban landscape of the Saudi capital. The King Abdullah Financial District is a cosmopolitan living and working space […]
13 July 2023

World Architecture Festival 2023 set to take place in Singapore

The World Architecture Festival 2023 is set to take place at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore from 29 November to 1 December. Out of nearly 250 completed […]
12 July 2023

Surrealism in full bloom at Brussels’ Flowertime 2023

The Town Hall of Brussels will be transformed into a surrealist floral wonderland from August 11th to 15th, for the fifth edition of Flowertime. This biennial […]
12 July 2023

Kaleidoscope of acts takes over Ghent Jazz Festival

The 6th day of Ghent Jazz Festival kicked off on July 10th, unfolding a mesmerizing journey through the diverse and captivating realms of jazz. Against the […]
12 July 2023

US rejoins UNESCO, again

The United States has officially rejoined UNESCO, the United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The country had announced its intention to rejoin the organization in […]
6 July 2023

Largest bridge over the Danube inaugurated in Romania

Dubbed by some the Romanian Golden Gate, the Brăila Bridge has been inaugurated on 6 July. The 2-kilometre-long overpass is not only the largest bridge in […]
6 July 2023

Discovering Diriyah, the cradle of Saudi Arabia

Diriyah is a must-see for travelers visiting Saudi Arabia‘s capital; a car ride from downtown Riyadh would take roughly twenty minutes. Founded in 1446, and overlooking […]