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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 June 2022

The Flemish Cycling City of 2022 title awarded to Mechelen

The city of Mechelen has been awarded the title of Cycling City 2022 by the Flemish Minister of Mobility and Public Works Lydia Peeters and the […]
3 June 2022

World Bicycle Day 2022: How will the bicycle shape our future?

The bicycle is not new. As a technology, it has helped people travel more quickly, efficiently and for longer distances for over 200 years. However, the […]
1 June 2022

You can now take a culinary cycling tour to discover Namur’s best food

Food and cycling. Two things we Belgians greatly appreciate yet seldom combine. We often tend to concentrate on one of two things. Either we put on […]
26 May 2022

This website reveals unique cycling itineraries to discover Belgium

The pandemic has changed a lot. From how we work to how we interact with people, the sanitary crisis left little untouched. And even though, generally […]
24 May 2022

Ghent to host the world cycling summit

Ghent has won the bid to host Velo-city 2024, becoming the first Belgian city to host the conference since Brussels in 2009. 1. Ghent  The European […]
16 May 2022

How Europe can cycle to energy independence

ECF joins forces with CIE and CONEBI to publish eight recommendations for how the EU, national governments and individuals can use cycling to lessen dependence on […]
3 May 2022

This 450 km cycling path from Paris to the Mont Saint-Michel dazzles bicycle travellers

Of all the countries one could choose to travel to, France certainly isn’t the shabbiest. In the land of love, wine and cheese, ultimate holiday vibes […]
26 April 2022

This hydrogen-powered e-bike is the first of its kind

Dutch design office Studio MOM has teamed up with hydrogen battery pioneer LAVO to develop an electric bike that can carry heavy cargo over long distances, […]
26 April 2022

Cycling and road safety: Are there reasons for (cautious) optimism in Europe?

On 28 March 2022, the European Commission published road safety figures for 2021 for the entire EU area, showing that a total of 19,800 people were […]
12 April 2022

Paris rolls out plan to be completely cyclable by 2026

Paris is investing 250 million euros ($290 million) to make the city entirely cyclable, the World Economic Forum reports. In a new initiative called “Plan Velo: […]
12 April 2022

Standing out from the crowd: Innovation in cycling tourism

Europe’s cycling tourism destinations are increasingly investing in innovative ways to stand out in a large market. It is a sign of the growing maturity of […]
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