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.

8 August 2023

More than 1,300 flights cancelled and delayed in the US due to stormy weather

Severe weather conditions sweeping across the United States (US) East Coast have led to significant disruptions in air travel. According to flight-tracking website, FlightAware, the impact […]
8 August 2023

Greece to introduce daily and hourly visitor cap at Acropolis from September

Greek authorities are capping visitor numbers to the Acropolis from September 2023, to preserve the monument for future generations. Revealing just how many visitors the UNESCO […]
8 August 2023

Italian locals complain they can’t sleep after tourists put a stop to bell chiming at night

In the Italian Unesco-listed town of Pienza, its famous Renaissance clock will no longer chime between midnight and 7:00 am after the city received a series […]
8 August 2023

NASA’s next generation X-66A is set to transform air travel

On Tuesday July 25th, NASA and Boeing unveiled a new livery for its X-66A aircraft that will be produced through the agency’s Sustainable Flight Demonstrator. The […]
8 August 2023

Slovenia asks for help after extreme floods and landslides cause serious damages

On Friday August 4th, heavy rains caused flash floods and landslides in different parts of Slovenia. Thousands of people had to evacuate their homes, as reported […]
8 August 2023

Dublin Airport faces ultimatum over night flights

Like other European cities, Ireland’s Dublin is in a funk about airport noise, with one of its local authorities now issuing a threat of enforcement action […]
7 August 2023

Spain’s Prime Minister criticised for Morocco holiday

It’s not easy being Prime Minister as Spain’s acting post-holder Pedro Sánchez has found out after his first family holiday abroad in five years drew criticism […]
7 August 2023

NASA partners with Axiom Space again for fourth private mission to International Space Station

NASA is partnering with Axiom Space again for the fourth private astronaut mission to the International Space Station (ISS), after previously launching three other private missions. […]
7 August 2023

Free holidays on Rhodes offered by Greek PM after wildfires

Greece’s Prime Minister has offered a free week’s holiday to anyone whose Rhodes holiday was curtailed by wildfires in July 2023. So far 2023’s peak season […]
7 August 2023

Third parties “mislead” customers and withhold booking details, says Ryanair

Ryanair has accused online travel agents of misleading customers and causing problems when passengers need to change flights, in an ongoing spat with the third-party booking […]
7 August 2023

Tiktok user shares ‘nightmare’ experience of being trapped in cable car for hours

An Australian backpacker who got stuck in one of the world’s highest cable cars shared a Tiktok video showing the ordeal. The three-minute video has now […]
7 August 2023

Penis-shaped flight path appeared on map after pilot was asked to divert flight

A 24-km penis-shaped flight path appeared over Sicily’s map on air traffic site FlightRadar24 after a Lufthansa pilot allegedly got upset after being diverted from Catania […]
7 August 2023

Portuguese man touring the world on a motorbike dies in tragic accident in Pakistan

A 28-year-old Portuguese man who intended to go around the world on his motorbike has died in a road accident in the Baluchistan region of Pakistan. […]
4 August 2023

Greenland ice sheets more vulnerable to climate change than previously believed

A secret ice core taken from Greenland in the 1960s has revealed that Earth’s ice sheets are less stable and more vulnerable to melting than previously […]
4 August 2023

Lisbon hosts writers from across the world at Disquiet Literary Program

His eyes are set in the horizon. Atop the pedestal he can see the mouth of the river Tagus, the ships in full sail and toward […]
3 August 2023

Failure of ocean current system could create climate catastrophe by 2025

One of the main ways Earth channels heat away from the tropics towards the North Atlantic is weakening and could fail, causing a climate catastrophe as […]