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António Buscardini is the CEO and Founder of Travel Tomorrow and the CEO of Buscardini Communications. He is also the journalist and director of the Embarquement, Clin d'Oeil sur le Monde, 60 secondes and Cérès TV series broadcast by TV5 Monde. With more than 10 years of experience in the field of press and communications. António was the director of communications of the Assembly of European Regions.

28 April 2022

World Tourism Organization suspends Russia’s membership

The Russian Federation has been suspended from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), losing with immediate effect its rights and privileges as part of the United Nations […]
28 April 2022

This is the longest train journey in the world

Are you a fan of traveling by train? You’ll be delighted to know that as of December 2nd you can travel all the way from Portugal […]
27 April 2022

Flights from and to Warsaw to suffer drastic cut

Poland will cut the number of flights from and to Warsaw as of Sunday, following a row between air traffic controllers. 1. Air traffic controllers Social […]
27 April 2022

Guided tours in Brussels start again this spring, focusing on the city’s industrial past

The Belgian capital has just launched last week its third season of guided tours. The initiative comes from Explore Brussels and the Brussels Capital Region and […]
27 April 2022

Which countries are poised to win the hydrogen race?

With the impacts of climate change becoming more and more apparent, policymakers worldwide are betting on clean hydrogen to break away from fossil fuels. Climate change […]
27 April 2022

Online travel platforms vs. inflation. What does it take to keep holidays affordable?

With inflation putting a squeeze on household finances, a growing number of people are at risk of being priced out of leisure travel. However, research suggests […]
27 April 2022

Fog in the Channel: Continent Cut Off

Variously reported as a newspaper headline or a weather forecaster’s comment. It is almost certainly apocryphal. It persists and has currency because it is funny and […]
27 April 2022

Where does your recycling actually go?

In the US, recycling materials like packaging could end up in a landfill or be shipped abroad and burned. Experts predict that only 9% of all […]
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 […]
26 April 2022

Russia plans to spend €1.3 billion from National Wealth Fund to rescue Aeroflot

Citing an unnamed source, the Interfax news agency has reported that Russia is planning to spend 107 billion roubles (about €1.35 billion) from the National Wealth […]
26 April 2022

US airlines to let passengers previously banned for mask violations back on their flights

Several passengers who were banned by airlines for failing to comply with the national mask mandate might be able to fly again. According to CBS News, […]
26 April 2022

Travel companies in Vietnam struggle without Chinese tourists

Travel companies and hotels in the Vietnamese provinces of Khanh Hoa and Quang Ninh, regions that depend heavily on Chinese tourists, are worried that the lack […]
26 April 2022

Portugal lifts use of face mask and PLF requirement

On Thursday April 21st, authorities in Portugal decided to end the requirement to wear a mask indoors. The sanitary measure, put in place to fight against […]
25 April 2022

12 best ways to reduce city car use

The transition to electric vehicles is progressing, but slowly, with cars using non-renewable fuels still very much in circulation and use. New research from the World […]
25 April 2022

Tourists will soon have to book and pay €10 to visit Venice

It is hard to imagine why a touristic destination would want to limit the number of visitors, but for the city of Venice, overtourism has indeed […]
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