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.

12 May 2022

European tourism continues to recover despite the pandemic and the war in Ukraine

The most recent edition of the ‘European Tourism Trends & Prospects’ quarterly report from the European Travel Commission (ETC) predicts that European tourism will demonstrate resilience […]
11 May 2022

The good and the bad of Telling Stories

Telling stories is good and bad, desirable and deplorable. We will start with the bad. Greenwashing is bad story telling. When we accuse a child of […]
10 May 2022

What’s a honeymoon renewal and why is it trending?

Let’s be honest. When planning a wedding, promising our love for each other is – of course – the most important part to think about. It’s […]
10 May 2022

More wealthy Americans see ‘golden passports’ as a likely option in uncertain times

The shortage of food and raw materials is starting to be felt across Europe. How long will the Russian invasion last, and what other side effects […]
10 May 2022

Delays expected across European airports as travel demand increases

The recovery of demand in the European airline industry coupled with staff shortages threaten the smooth running of operations this summer 2022. Airports Council International Europe […]
9 May 2022

Touring in the EU made easier for British bands

The pandemic has made things difficult for artists worldwide. The closing of concert venues, impossibility of travelling and band or staff members being sick have left […]
9 May 2022

1 euro houses in Sicily attract buyers from across the Atlantic

A house for one euro. This is what has been happening in Sicily in recent years attracting buyers from other countries, especially the United States. In […]
9 May 2022

Tourism sector in Italy to get a financial boost from the European Commission

The European Commission has approved a €129 million Italian scheme to support the tourism sector in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic. 1. Financial support The […]
9 May 2022

Japan may reopen to foreign tourists in June

Japan’s prime minister Fumio Kishida said that Japan could reopen to foreign visitors in June. Japan aims to ease its border control restrictions and reopen its […]
6 May 2022

British drivers banned from driving in Spain

As of the beginning of this month, new regulation was adopted in Spain which forbids holders of a British license to drive in the country. Specifically, […]
6 May 2022

In what country do you have to work the least?

Do you live to work or work to live? A question worth answering, especially in a society like ours which is so focused on earning money […]
5 May 2022

How quickly is tourism recovering from the pandemic?

2021 was a positive year for tourism after the substantial drop in international travel seen in 2020. Last year, the number of nights spent at EU […]
5 May 2022

Italy lifts vaccine requirement for entering bars, restaurants and cinemas

On May 1st, Italy said goodbye to the coronavirus health certificate, or Green Pass, which will no longer be mandatory in places such as bars and […]
2 May 2022

Tourists crash drones into Italy landmarks in Rome and Pisa

A new drone incident has occurred in Italy, this time involving an Argentinian man who is being accused of flouting Rome’s strict no-fly zone rules after […]
2 May 2022

EU to extend Covid Certificate until June 2023

The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs proposed to extend the current EU Digital Covid Certificate rules for travel until 30 June, 2023 to […]
2 May 2022

US tourists cause panic at Israel’s Ben Gurion airport by trying to smuggle a war ‘souvenir’

On Thursday April 28th, Israel‘s Ben Gurion International Airport had to be evacuated after an unexploded artillery shell was found in the luggage of American passengers. […]
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