Dana is a graduate 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.

8 August 2022

How has the war in Ukraine affected tourism in Eastern Europe?

The impact of the war in Ukraine has been extending to the bordering countries, indirectly affecting tourism in other Eastern European destinations, which are not actually […]
8 August 2022

Finland set to become the first EU country to trial digital passports

Finland will test the use of digital copies of travel documents that will let passengers travel paper-free.  The country said that it wants to test a […]
8 August 2022

Mont Blanc climbers should pay a 15,000€ rescue and funeral deposit, says Mayor of Saint-Gervais

The Mayor of Saint-Gervais in Haute-Savoie, Jean-Marc Peillex, is proposing an “insurance fee” by which Mont-Blanc climbers pay a deposit of 15,000€ to cover the costs […]
8 August 2022

Hydropower plant under the Alps could help secure Europe’s energy supply

Europe is struggling with an energy crisis at the moment. As the content tries become independent form Russian oil, it turns on the one hand to […]
5 August 2022

EU welcomes international condemnation of Russia for aviation rules violation and sanctions

The European Commission has welcomed today the decision by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to call on the Russian Federation to immediately cease its infractions […]
5 August 2022

Russian tourists no longer welcomed in neighbouring European countries

The war in Ukraine has led to many European countries, especially those neighbouring Russia and Belarus, not feeling as comfortable welcoming Russian tourists as they used […]
5 August 2022

Blue Origin successfully completes sixth space tourism mission

Blue Origin’s 6th space tourism mission and 22nd overall flight (NS-22) was just completed successfully. After completion of the Launch Readiness Evaluation in the morning of […]
5 August 2022

New night train service to connect London and Stockholm in less than 24 hours

From 1 September 2022, travelers will be able to take the train from Hamburg to Stockholm overnight on board the EuroNight. There are other highlights to […]
5 August 2022

Strikes to impact Portugal’s main airports in late August

On Monday August 1st, the National Union of Civil Aviation Workers (SINTAC) and the Union of Commercial Aviation Staff (SQAC) gave a strike notice in all […]
5 August 2022

China no longer tops the list of applicants to Portugal’s “Golden Visa” program

Portugal has been one of the European countries where Chinese people with some capital have been able to relocate. For an investment of 350,000 euros, those […]
4 August 2022

Air traffic recovery remains strong in the summer

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced passenger data for June 2022 showing that the recovery in air travel remains strong. IATA has returned to year-on-year […]
4 August 2022

The solution to Venice’s motorboat dilemma

Venice has been faced with a dilemma for some time. The lagoon city is completely dependent on boats moving through the canals, but, at the same […]
4 August 2022

Schiphol and Heathrow airports will continue to impose a daily limit on the number of passengers

On Tuesday August 2nd, Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport announced that it will continue to impose a daily limit on the number of passengers in September and October. […]
4 August 2022

Uber Travel to offer UK users the possibility to book trips to Paris, Brussels or Amsterdam on Eurostar

Uber is launching the addition of train travel to its UK app so that customers can book long-distance trips through a fully integrated partnership with Berlin-based […]
4 August 2022

Where to go in Europe to enjoy the best air quality?

Breathing. It’s something we don’t really actively think about but we do it a lot. On average, we breathe in and out about 22.000 times a […]
3 August 2022

Airbus’ Zephyr drone sets new record for the longest unmanned flight

Airbus’ High Altitude Platform Station (HAPS) Zephyr drone has beaten its own record for the longest unmanned flight, hovering over the Sonoran Desert in the United […]
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