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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.

13 October 2021

EU offers 60.000 free interrail tickets

Young Europeans who wish to embark on an interrail across Europe can apply to the 60,000 train tickets the European Commission is giving away. 1. Free […]
13 October 2021

‘Amazon of Europe’: the biggest cross-border biosphere reserve in the world

The Amazon rainforest is probably the most famous forest on this planet. It’s big, it’s beautiful, yet sadly it’s also being threatened by human activity. Even […]
13 October 2021

New research reveals the world’s most cycling-friendly cities

Cycling is known to help reduce stress, strengthen the back and legs, burn calories and even improve the immune system. These are just some of the […]
12 October 2021

India to welcome international travelers after a 18-month pause

On Thursday October 7th, authorities in India announced that tourist visas will be again granted to foreign travelers after an 18-month pause due to the pandemic. […]
11 October 2021

You can win a free trip to Italy by posting a photo with salami

You’ve surely seen this ingredient. It’s become a recurrent image behind pizza counters all over the world. Salami is the plural form of the Italian word […]
11 October 2021

Lessons from A World for Travel

“We are here to work not to chat” – with these encouraging words Christian Delom opened the doors of A World for Travel, in Évora on […]
8 October 2021

Optical illusion creates ‘UFO mirage’ over the sea in Alaska

The images shared on Facebook by Glacier Bay National Park have, since the beginning of the month, provoked enormous discussion and fascination. Why? Some people thought […]
6 October 2021

Discover these cycling routes in Brussels and Flanders

Autumn has arrived and the change of season is starting to become visible: yellow, red and orange have begun to appear in the parks, in the […]
5 October 2021

5 Rules Brits driving in the EU should know about

Only a few days ago, the UK government implemented a rule change that came into force on September 28. Now, Brits driving to the EU will […]
5 October 2021

Thailand to reopen Chiang Mai, Bangkok and other destinations in November

Authorities in Thailand have had to postpone their plans to re-open Bangkok and some other major cities to foreign arrivals until November. The rationale behind this […]
5 October 2021

54 million tourists crossed international borders in July 2021

International tourism enjoyed signs of rebound in June and July 2021 as some destinations eased travel restrictions and the global vaccination rollout advanced in many parts […]
1 October 2021

Belgian government approves federal cycling plan

On Friday September 24th, the Belgian Council of Ministers approved a federal action plan for the promotion of cycling 2021-2024. Named “Be Cyclist”, the plan is […]
1 October 2021

Paris is the most luxurious city in the world

A recent study conducted by money.co.uk analyzed the number of luxury venues in different cities and produced a ranking based on the results. At the top […]
1 October 2021

Belgium: Travelers with fake PCR tests face up to six months in jail

On September 27th, three people who had tried to travel out of Brussels Airport with a forged PCR test earlier this year stood at a trial […]
30 September 2021

Australia’s Fraser Island restored to Aboriginal name K’Gari

Fraser Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992 and Australia’s sixth largest island, has been re-baptized to its pre-settlement name K’gari. From the local Butchulla […]
29 September 2021

Hawaii’s famous “Stairway to Heaven” may be removed

Hawaii’s famous Haiku Stairs are likely to be removed next year, CNN reports, after a Honolulu City Council meeting to discuss ongoing issues with the site. […]
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