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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.

22 July 2022

Ukrainian art exhibition housed at Brussels Art and History Museum this summer

Sometime before the war started, an exhibition was curated to be displayed at the KunstCentret Silkeborg in Denmark. On 29 January, it opened its doors, letting […]
22 July 2022

Why is Almeria the Hollywood of Spain?

In Tabernas, the only desert in Europe, you will find authentic western sets, transformed in the most original Mediterranean Theme Park, with live shows and an […]
21 July 2022

Comic strip festival returns to Brussels in September

Like many other events around the world, the Brussels Comic Strip Festival also took a pandemic forced break. After two years, it is finally returning to […]
21 July 2022

Did you know the story of this Australian floating hotel now decaying off the coast of North Korea?

There was once a floating Australian hotel that has now ended up in North Korea. The hotel in question was called The Four Seasons Barrier Reef […]
21 July 2022

Tutankhamun’s legend and treasures have arrived in Brussels

An exceptional exhibition on Tutankhamun, the legendary Egyptian pharaoh, is welcoming visitors from July 20 at the Tour & Taxis in Brussels. The exhibition celebrates the […]
20 July 2022

Ever heard about Ozette? Discover the American version of Pompeii

Our planet gets more intriguing each and every day, but its history may be even more interesting – and most of all, mysterious. Even though historians, […]
20 July 2022

Italy to invest 20 million euros in restoring Roman-era ‘superhighway’

Twenty million euros have been assigned for the recovery of the Via Appia Antica, which connects Rome to Brindisi. It is one of the Italian places […]
19 July 2022

Van Gogh self-portrait discovered on the back of “Portrait of a Peasant Girl”

A hidden self-portrait by Vincent van Gogh, with his ear intact, was found behind another canvas by the Dutch painter, the National Galleries Scotland in Edinburgh […]
15 July 2022

Oslo’s National Museum opens with a tapestry of 400 reindeer skulls

Thinking of the Nordics, there are a few things that immediately come to mind. There’s the northern lights, a natural phenomenon which leaves us in awe […]
15 July 2022

Belgium’s National Day celebrations are back in Brussels this year

Belgium’s National Day celebration on July 21st are back this year and will take place without special health restrictions. The news were announced on Friday July […]
13 July 2022

5,000-year-old tomb linked to King Arthur is being excavated for the first time

Archaeologists from the Universities of Manchester and Cardiff have begun an excavation of a 5,000-year-old tomb that for centuries has been believed to be linked to […]
13 July 2022

Discovering Azerbaijani Mugham music

The Azerbaijani Mugham is a form of traditional folk music. Its main characteristic, which makes is so unique, is improvisation. It cannot be transcribed in fixed […]
11 July 2022

5 French movies to watch before the summer holidays

“Douce France, cher pays de mon enfance”, famous lyrics once written by one of France’s most celebrated artists, Charles Trenet. And he clearly wasn’t wrong. If […]
8 July 2022

Netflix launches free walking tours in European capitals this month

This summer, Netflix encourages viewers to take a break from binging for once, get out of the house and explore three European capitals, London, Paris and […]
7 July 2022

Works on the Eiffel Tower spark divided opinions

Completed in 1889 for the Paris World Fair, the Eiffel Tower is one of the city’s and indeed France‘s most well-known landmarks. At 324 m tall, […]
6 July 2022

6 of the coolest music festivals to attend this Summer

After two years of cancellations, large-scale music festivals around the world are returning in full force as Covid mitigation measures continue to relax. Luckily, in contrast […]
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