Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

11 April 2023

Axiom Space’s second commercial space trip to launch on May 8

Axiom Space’s second commercial space trip unfolds and it is expected to last for about ten days. 1. Second private astronaut mission Axiom Space announced on […]
11 April 2023

Another milestone in view of the world’s first commercial liquid hydrogen aircraft

The efforts are part of the European project Heaven, a consortium of five partners to demonstrate the feasibility of using liquid, cryogenic hydrogen-powered fuel cell powertrain […]
11 April 2023

Italy’s new high-speed train to offer fast link between Rome and Pompeii

Italy‘s government has announced that it is working on the construction of a high-speed train that will connect Rome and Pompeii. Local media reported that the […]
11 April 2023

Singapore resumes free tours for transit and transfer passengers after 2-year break

Singapore has resumed free tours of the city for transit and transfer passengers who have a layover of at least 5.5 but less than 24 hours. […]
10 April 2023

Spain to continue offering free train travel options until December 2023

In Spain, all Cercanías (commuter train), Rodalies (commuter routes in Catalonia) and Media Distancia routes (mid-distance regional lines, covering journeys of less than 300km) run by […]
10 April 2023

Flanders promises cycling “murder strips” will disappear

Hot on the heels of new cycling infrastructure recommendations introduced last year, Flanders is further updating its cycling policies with a safety-first approach and yearly spending […]
10 April 2023

Eastern European tourism still affected by war

While the tourist industry appears to be making a good recovery in many places, the war in Ukraine is casting a long shadow over its neighbours […]
10 April 2023

Barcelona wants to cap “plague of locusts” tourists from cruise ships

The city of Barcelona has been struggling with overtourism for a while and, similarly to many other popular destinations around the world, the pandemic has shown […]
10 April 2023

Top 10 busiest airports in the world in 2022

Airports Council International (ACI) World has published the top 10 busiest airports worldwide for 2022, which welcomes back some of the world’s largest airport hubs as […]
10 April 2023

London City Airport’s new scanners put an end to 100ml liquid limit and hand luggage restrictions

On Tuesday April 4th, London City Airport announced that it has become the first major airport in the UK to deploy next generation security scanners for […]
10 April 2023

Royal Jordanian Airlines returns to Brussels Airport after ten years of absence

On Thursday April 6th, Royal Jordanian announced that beginning October 26th, a new direct route between Amman and Brussels Belgium is to start operating. RJ will […]
7 April 2023

Does Gen Z need to be persuaded to go skiing?

It’s a not-so-well-kept secret in the ski industry that, like the snowline, the average age of visitors on the slopes in established resorts around the world […]
6 April 2023

Rising temperatures in the Mediterranean could drive extra tourism to Belgium

A climatologist suggests that rising temperatures in the Mediterranean could turn northern European countries, such as Belgium, into tourism hotspots. 1. South vs North Xavier Fettweis, […]
6 April 2023

Japan imposes tourism cap in the Iriomote island to protect native wild cat

The Iriomote island, located in the Okinawa prefecture, will restrict the number of tourists to 1,200 per day. 1. Protecting biodiversity The Japanese island of Iriomote […]
6 April 2023

Visit Czechia launches sustainable travel campaign

The Czech Tourism Authority has launched a campaign focused on sustainability in the Czech Republic, aiming to promote sustainable and responsible tourism practices and to raise […]
5 April 2023

Prague-Vienna train connection to become faster and more sustainable

Travelling between Prague and Vienna will be 40 minutes quicker with the modernisation of the Franz Josef railway. 1. Sustainability A century-and-a-half-old railway originally named after […]