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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.

6 May 2022

Meise Botanic Garden, a perfect get away for families

Spreading over 92ha, just outside Brussels, the Meise Botanic Garden is one of the largest botanic gardens in the world. Over two centuries old, it is […]
5 May 2022

These European cities are easily discovered by foot

What do you reckon is the best way to discover a new city? The car certainly isn’t the way to go. While having to concentrate on […]
5 May 2022

Why you should leave stacked stones in the wild alone

For an experimented hiker, stumbling upon staked rocks on the path comes as no surprise. Around the world, piled up stones can be found in the […]
3 May 2022

Why Tervuren is the perfect Brussels get away

With its landscaped gardens, access to the Sonian Forest and a top-class museum, there’s another world to discover just outside Brussels. With a trip to Tervuren, […]
3 May 2022

Take a breather from city life at the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

Close to the outskirts of Brussels, there is a hidden treasure for plant lovers. A somewhat exclusive destination, only opened a few weeks a year, the […]
27 April 2022

The world’s 10 most underrated road trips

Choosing is hard. And nonetheless, it’s something we have to do each and every day. From the clothes we put on in the morning to the […]
22 April 2022

3 Belgian castles you need to visit this spring

When we were kids, we’ve all dreamt about it: living in a castle. At the time, it seemed like the reasonable thing to do. Whether you […]
19 April 2022

Iran has one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world

The Trans-Iranian Railway, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passes through four different climates in Iran. This long journey through Iran challenges stereotypes about this long isolated […]
13 April 2022

This interactive map will show you the best places to visit on a 6-month trip around Australia

Australia has finally opened its borders to international tourists after an incredibly long Covid-19 lockdown. With this opportunity, one might wonder where to start their visit […]
13 April 2022

Bluebell Festival is back in Flanders after 2 years of Covid-19 restrictions

Located 15km away from Brussels, the Flemish Brabant town of Halle expects to receive thousands of visitors, after 2 years of Covid-19 restrictions, to see the […]
7 April 2022

These are the safest countries if you want to go on a solo trip as a woman

Solo travelling has been a trend for quite a while now. Instead of going on a trip with friends, family or a partner, you go and […]
1 April 2022

10 most beautiful train journeys in the world

Travelling by train has always made me dream, not only for having multiple destinations at our reach within a few hours, but also for the peace […]
31 March 2022

Flower power! Keukenhof and its tulips are officially back this spring

Spring has officially sprung, meaning the time of flowers, sunshine and apéros on terraces has once again come. Just like a lot of animals out there, […]
30 March 2022

Is Bordeaux the new ‘City of Love’?

« Je t’aime, je t’aime. Oh oui, je t’aime. Moi non plus. Oh, mon amour. » Some of you might recognize these lyrics, others might not. In France, […]
30 March 2022

10 reasons why trains are the best way to travel through Europe

Planning a Eurotrip is no small feat, considering how many landmarks there are to see and things to do. You have to limit your options by […]
25 March 2022

Which countries are naturally the most beautiful?

Nature is a good which is getting all the more rare and precious as time advances. Whether you like to admit it or not, we humans […]
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