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.

26 July 2023

Thousands of tourists evacuated from Greek islands as wildfires keep spreading

Greece has been fighting wildfires for almost two weeks. As temperatures have frequently climbed above 40˚C, reaching 46˚C on the hottest days, and air humidity is […]
25 July 2023

Number of tourists in Croatia skyrockets after joining Eurozone

In the first half of 2023, tourism in Croatia grew by 20% compared to 2022 and recorded some 5 million arrivals. More than 17.5 million overnight […]
23 July 2023

World’s most open countries in 2023

Consulting firm Henley & Partners has just released its Henley Openness Index 2023, which ranks all 199 countries and territories worldwide according to the number of […]
20 July 2023

Singapore’s passport is now the most powerful in the world, according to Henley and Partners

Singapore has become the world’s most powerful passport, as announced by the Henley Passport Index. The Singapore passport allows holders visa-free entry to 192 destinations out […]
19 July 2023

Teenager detained at Florida airport for using “skiplagging” travel hack

In a recent incident at a Florida airport, a teenager was detained and accused of engaging in a controversial money-saving travel hack known as “skiplagging”. The […]
19 July 2023

Package Travel Directive – a revision to be done

The Package Travel Directive (PTD) stands as a pivotal piece of legislation within the European Union, carrying profound implications for the tourism and travel industry. It […]
19 July 2023

Swiss teenager caught carving her name on Colosseum wall

Just weeks after a tourist was filmed carving his and his girlfriend’s names onto the Colosseum wall, another similar incident was stopped mid-act at Rome’s ancient […]
19 July 2023

Santiago de Compostela introduces measures to tackle “uncontrolled tourism”

Santiago de Compostela is known for being the final stop on the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage, also known as the way of St James, the remains […]
18 July 2023

Historic Spanish deli implements €5 charge for tourists that just take pictures

As Barcelona continues to grapple with the challenges of overtourism, it is evident that finding a balance between preserving local culture and accommodating visitors is no […]
18 July 2023

Bali to implement $10 tourist tax ‘to protect environment and culture’

The regional government of Bali has announced that tourists will have to pay a tax of 150,000 rupiah (the equivalent of 10 dollars or 9 euros) […]
18 July 2023

Travel warnings issued as heat storms take over Europe

Heat storms are taking over Europe, especially in the south, where consecutive heatwaves are expected to bring record breaking temperatures, up to 48˚C. The overall conditions […]
17 July 2023

Sicilian airport closes after fire break out

Sicily’s main airport, in Catania, has closed down after a fire broke out on Sunday night. Firefighters were called at the scene and although the Vincenzo […]
13 July 2023

Human connection means travel remains essential despite cost, survey shows

Despite economic uncertainty, consumers are not only planning leisure trips but intend to increase their budget for travel, canvassing shows. The Accenture Consumer Pulse Survey 2023, […]
13 July 2023

Brussels tourism increases accessibility for people with reduced mobility

Visit Brussels, the Belgian capital’s tourism office, has partnered with non-profit organization Access-i to certify an increasing number of sites, including tourist attractions and accommodation establishments, […]
12 July 2023

Canadian tourist caught defacing ancient temple in Japan

A 17-year-old Canadian tourist was caught defacing a wooden pillar at a Buddhist temple in the Japanese city of Nara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The […]
12 July 2023

Chaos at Dover port set to come back this holiday season

On Friday July 7th, ferry passengers at the British port of Dover wanting to cross to France faced long queues. According to The Independent, very long […]