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.

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

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 […]
9 November 2022

Eurozone tourism recovery is slowing down, says ECB

The solid recovery seen in the tourism and recreation sector during the spring and summer of this year has started to weaken, according to new data […]
8 November 2022

These are the world’s most visited destinations in 2022

ForwardKeys, which has the world’s largest and freshest database of flight tickets, has revealed the performance of top global destinations of 2022 in an extensive review […]
7 November 2022

Jamaica urges visitors to ‘come back to life’ after three years of crises

Jamaica’s tourist board is launching an initiative inviting holidaymakers to return to the island after the “overlapping crises of the past three years”. Their Come Back to […]
4 November 2022

Flights and public transport disrupted in Belgium on Wednesday due to national strike

Trade unions in Belgium have called for another day of national strike on Wednesday, 9 November. As a result, public transport across the country, as well […]
4 November 2022

What is the impact of online travel agencies in Europe?

While the traditional travel agency became obsolete with the establishment of the digital world, online travel agencies (OTAs) in Europe are playing an important function in […]
3 November 2022

How US tourists spent their summer holidays in Spain

Mabrian, a tourism intelligence company, has published a new study called ‘The impact of American tourists in Spain’, which collects and analyses data relating to the […]
2 November 2022

Scotland to Europe ferry link set to restart operations in 2023

The city of Bruges has officially confirmed the reopening of the ferry link between Zeebrugge (West Flanders, Belgium) and the port of Rosyth, Scotland, from 2023. […]
1 November 2022

These are the best universities for 2023

The US’s share of the world’s top 100 universities is declining while that of East Asian nations and universities in the Middle East is on the […]
1 November 2022

China loosens visa rules for mainland residents traveling to Macau

Residents of mainland China will be allowed to visit Macau using an online visa system as of Tuesday November 1st, officials said. The move, which is […]
28 October 2022

Bali targets wealthy tourists with up to 10 years visa

With remote work becoming the norm for many people around the world, a number of countries is betting on digital nomads as a source of revenue. […]
27 October 2022

Europeans still want to travel, despite growing cost of living

A recent report from the European Travel Commission (ETC) shows that 40% of Europeans are worried about increasing travel costs in light of the ongoing cost-of-living […]
26 October 2022

Asia Pacific could lose its title as the world’s largest travel region, new data predicts

Asia Pacific could no longer be the world’s largest travel region by the end of 2022, a new report from international travel industry analysts the Centre […]
26 October 2022

Guidelines to travel to the World Cup 2022

The World Cup in Qatar is around the corner and many football fans might be looking for information on what the requirements are to enter the […]
24 October 2022

Serbia reintroduces visa for Burundi and Tunisia after mounting pressure from EU

Serbia has introduced visas for citizens of Tunisia and Burundi after mounting pressure from the EU. The news was confirmed by the European Commissioner for Neighborhood […]
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