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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.

14 November 2022

Technology is not the main bottleneck of transport’s green transition

The Transport Research Arena (TRA) kicked off today in Lisbon. Portuguese and international experts gathered at the Lisbon Conference Centre for the largest European research and […]
14 November 2022

New study finds only one scenario in which tourism can reach net-zero

With global tourism set to double in size by 2050 compared to 2019 levels, current strategies that rely solely on carbon offsetting, technological efficiencies and biofuels […]
14 November 2022

Kazakhstan’s oil to come to Europe through BTC pipeline as of 2023

Up to 1.5 million tons of oil are expected to flow from Kazakhstan through the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline as of 2023. 1. Bypassing Russia As part […]
14 November 2022

New UK travel rules could cost Northern Ireland over €114 million per year

EU citizens will soon be required to provide biometric data to enter the UK, including Northern Ireland, under new legislation to be introduced next year. Under […]
14 November 2022
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Post-Brexit ray of hope for UK visitors to Spain

British and other non-EU visitors to Spain could see a lifting of restrictions limiting the amount of time they can stay in the country, if the […]
14 November 2022

Semi-high-speed train connecting Laos with China set to boost growth in the region

The semi-high-speed linking China with Laos will soon celebrate its 1st year anniversary. Inaugurated on the 3rd of December 2021, the 1,035-kilometer route runs through the […]
14 November 2022

An impressive tunnel has opened below Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Canada and the United States, now has an additional experience: a 670-meter tunnel part of the […]
14 November 2022

Iranian man who inspired ‘The Terminal’ movie dies at Charles de Gaulle Airport

Mehran Karimi Nasseri, an Iranian man who lived in Charles de Gaulle Airport for 18 years and whose story inspired Spielberg’s film “The Terminal,” has died […]
14 November 2022

China relaxes travel restrictions despite spike of infections in Guangzhou

On Friday November 11th, authorities in China announced the easing of some restrictions against Covid, especially those linked to international travel. China is the last major […]
11 November 2022

India to send tourists to space in 2025

A company in India is laying the ground to send tourists to space in a spaceship attached to a unique high-altitude balloon system by 2025. 1. […]
11 November 2022

Why Ghent is a cyclist’s paradise this autumn

Ghent is a perfect illustration of Belgian cycling culture. As well as big (and slightly crazy) dates such as the centenary celebrations of the Six Days […]
11 November 2022

Emirates is laying the ground to become a space tourism hub

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is yet another country investing on space tourism, hoping to become a hub and to attract worldwide citizens to be launched […]
10 November 2022

European tourism remains strong against low consumer confidence

The European tourism sector successfully endured another challenging summer as worsening inflation and staff shortages threatened recovery. European airlines held up well, with August flight volumes […]
10 November 2022

China preparing to end Covid plane suspensions

As soon as the pandemic started China imposed strict zero Covid policies, including severe travel restrictions and quarantine requirements. When foreign travel started returning, one of […]
10 November 2022

UK’s new passport rules heavily decrease school visits from the EU

Tourism Alliance’s latest research shows that the number of students European tour operators sent to the UK in 2022 was down 83% compared to 2019. This […]
10 November 2022

Passengers and US airlines brace for fight over legroom

Six US senators have urged the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to prohibit airlines from further reducing the size and legroom in airplane seats. The senators, including […]
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