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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.

23 February 2022

Spain and Portugal facing water shortages for several weeks

For almost two months, rain has been a rare incident in Spain and Portugal. Although the Iberian Peninsula has historically experienced periods of drought, this year […]
22 February 2022

Paris bans non-essential traffic through city centre from 2024

Paris has been fighting to reduce the number of cars on its streets for some time now and, on 17 February, Deputy Mayor Emmanuel Grégoire and […]
22 February 2022

Brussels to reduce number of cars in the city center from August

On Thursday February 17th, the City of Brussels (Ville de Bruxelles) announced plans to reduce traffic in the city center from August 16th. The plan, which […]
22 February 2022

Responsible Tourism requires more than Philanthropy

An opportunity to make a real difference for young women in The Gambia. Whether you have been on holiday in The Gambia or not there is […]
22 February 2022

Sunlight is a powerful weapon to clean up oil spills in the ocean

Sunlight is a fundamental aspect for life to thrive in our planet. But it looks like the magnificent rays from the sun can also be a […]
22 February 2022

Fancy a trip to space? Virgin Galactic resumes ticket sales for tourism beyond Earth

Billionaire Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic is resuming ticket sales for space tourism, after being himself the first space tourist, on 11 July last year. I want […]
22 February 2022

Spanish ghost town emerges in Galicia after severe drought

The severe drought affecting the northern border region between Spain and Portugal has brought down the water levels of a reservoir in southern Galicia, and something […]
21 February 2022

Israel scraps vaccination requirement for tourists

Starting 1 March, unvaccinated tourists will be allowed to visit Israel. The decision was announced on Sunday by Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, after a meeting with […]
21 February 2022

28,000 Saudi Arabian women apply for 30 train driver jobs

Spanish rail company Renfe has opened 30 posts for female train drivers in Saudi Arabia, for which they received no less than 28,000 applications. Saudi Arabian […]
21 February 2022

In 2020, fossil fuels made up 70% of gross available energy in the EU

In the EU, we still largely rely on fossil fuels for our overall energy supply, illustrated by the ratio of fossil fuels in gross available energy (the total energy […]
21 February 2022

Commission approves €6.13 million to support Cypriot airlines affected by Covid-19

Airlines in Cyprus will be granted extended financial support to cope with the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic. 1. Rescuing Cyprus airlines The European Commission has […]
21 February 2022

Information markets bet the end of air travel mask mandates before 8 November

The information market Polymarket predicts that air travel mask mandates will be over before the 8 November, when the midterm elections take place in the United […]
21 February 2022

Big Jet TV goes viral thanks to planes landing during Storm Eunice

Big Jet TV presenter Jerry Dyer attracted a large crowd last Friday with his running commentary of the pilots’ performance while landing in Heathrow amid heavy […]
20 February 2022

Top 6 new train routes in Europe for 2022

Traveling by train can be a wonderful experience to enjoy the landscape. It’s also a perfect alternative for those who opt for a more sustainable mode […]
18 February 2022

Leuven considered a must-visit destination in Europe

The Belgian city of Leuven has finished 5th on a list of Europe’s best destinations for travelers. Every year, the European Best Destinations ranks the best […]
17 February 2022

US biofuel producers urge Congress to review SAF’s tax credits

1. Methodology Biofuel producers have urged the US Congress on 15 February to change the methodology used in the Build Back Better Act to account for […]
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