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.

16 June 2023

Where to unwind and rejuvenate in Brussels

Brussels, the vibrant capital of Europe, a city where business and pleasure harmoniously coexist in a seamless blend of work and leisure. But, as is so […]
15 June 2023

Google Maps now tells you where you can breathe fresh air

What would we do without Google? For most of us, it’s the first thing we see when we open our internet server and living without it […]
14 June 2023
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Disney relaunches exclusive $115,000 around-the-world private jet tour

Disney, the renowned entertainment giant, has recently reintroduced one of its most premium offerings: a round-the-world private jet tour that grants access to all 12 of […]
14 June 2023

American cities are getting ready for the 2024 total solar eclipse

Next year’s total solar eclipse is already prompting Americans and other travellers to organize their trip to witness the celestial event. After the total solar eclipse […]
13 June 2023

Hurtigruten Norway to start operating first zero-emission vessel in 2030

On Wednesday June 7th, Hurtigruten Norway unveiled plans for its first zero-emission ship. Weeks before its 130th anniversary, the company announced projects for smaller, custom-built ships […]
13 June 2023

European Commission to invest 1.23 billion euros to tackle mental health

The European Commission has taken a significant step in addressing mental health issues by allocating 1.23 billion euros for a new strategy. With the 20 initiatives […]
13 June 2023

QR codes to replace traditional clothing labels

The apparel industry is pushing for the end of bulky, long clothing tags, wanting to replace them with QR codes. If you’ve experienced the annoyance that […]
13 June 2023

New wearable technology could help prevent age-related falls

New smart watch technology to predict and prevent falls among older people is being trialled in Northern Ireland. The ‘Move More Live More’ project brings Ulster […]
9 June 2023

Hainan Island on track to an electric future with charging points placed at every 2km

Hainan, an island in China, has been actively promoting the adoption and use of electric vehicles (EVs) as part of its efforts to reduce air pollution […]
8 June 2023

Why France is buying 3 million bananas for the Olympics

The Olympics are coming to France in 2024 and even though that’s still more than a year away, things are buzzing already. Especially when it comes […]
8 June 2023

You can now get a duo massage with your dog

Life is full of stress. Even though some of us are able to shake it off and always see the positive side of things, many among […]
8 June 2023

What cities do billionaires like to live in?

Three thirds of the world’s billionaires live in just 15 countries around the world and almost one third live in only 16 cities around the world, […]
5 June 2023

Volkswagen’s iconic minibus returns as a retro-styled electric van in North America

Volkswagen has just released a new VW bus in North America. The ID. Buzz’s world premiere took place on June 2nd at surfer hot spot Huntington […]
5 June 2023

Billionaire pays more than 100,000 euros to moor super yacht at Monaco Grand Prix

An unnamed billionaire has allegedly paid $138,000 to moor his chartered yacht near the Monaco Grand Prix tracks, according to The Independent. The competition took place […]
2 June 2023

Three-year cruise clouded by uncertainty and refund demands

People sold their homes, they got rid of their belongings because they wanted to be on board the world’s first three-year cruise. An adventure announced by […]
2 June 2023

Portugal blocks Chinese Huawei from 5G network citing “national security” concerns

As European leaders discuss ways of countering foreign interference, information manipulation and attacks on democracy, particularly from Russia and China, Portugal is about to become the […]