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.

4 October 2023

European Commission officially launches Cycling Declaration

The European Commission has just launched the long-awaited European Cycling Declaration. Promised by the institution’s Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans as a “cycling revolution” ahead of […]
3 October 2023

World Culture Festival brought over 1 million people together in Washington

The fourth edition of the World Culture Festival has come to an end. More than 1 million people from 180 countries around the world gathered on […]
3 October 2023

What does a US government shutdown mean for travel and tourism?

Not for the first time, the US faced a partial government shutdown at the start of this month as Congress debated over passing funding legislation for […]
2 October 2023

Is Schengen slowly disappearing?

Created in 1995, the Schengen Area is now a flagship pillar of the European Union, called by the European Commission a “crown jewel of European integration” […]
27 September 2023

What is World Tourism Day?

World Tourism Day exists since 1980 and it has been celebrated on 27 September ever since. This year’s celebration will take place in Riyadh, Kingdom of […]
26 September 2023

42 new sites inscribed as UNESCO World Heritage

The 45th session of the World Heritage Committee took place in Riyadh, from 10 to 25 September. During this time, tentative and existing World Heritage Sites […]
25 September 2023

What to expect from UNWTO’s General Assembly in Samarkand this October

Samarkand is preparing to host the 25th United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly, which will take place 16- 20 October 2023. Uzbekistan was chosen […]
25 September 2023

Peru in state of emergency with new travel advice issued

Peru has announced a 60-day state of emergency in two parts of the country, as ongoing political unrest and a spike in crime cause fear and […]
21 September 2023

Singing dunes, tiramisu mountains and Genghis Khan’s golden saddle

Singing dunes, tiramisu mountains and Genghis Khan’s golden saddle, sounds like a children fairytale. But it’s not fiction, it’s a day in Kazakhstan’s Altyn-Emel National Park. […]
19 September 2023

Japan’s Mount Fuji is “screaming” with overtourism, say officials

Mount Fuji, Japan is the latest destination facing the effects of overtourism, according to Euronews and statements from local authorities. The sacred mountain overlooking the Pacific […]
13 September 2023

What you can do to help survivors of Morocco’s earthquake

Following the 6.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Morocco last weekend, the country is in mourning for more than 2,100 people and coping with thousands of injured […]
12 September 2023

Why do tourists behave badly in Italy?

As stories of tourists behaving badly continue to abound, CNN has analysed some of the reasons why Italy in particular seems to suffer moreincidents than other places. Sheer numbers? […]
11 September 2023

Travel safety concerns after deadly Moroccan earthquake

As the death toll from Morocco’s deadliest earthquake for decades reaches more than 2,000, many of those booked to travel to the North African country as […]
7 September 2023

Climate activists throw cream pies at Ryanair CEO in front of European Commission

During a visit to Brussels, Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary was hit in the face with cream pies by two climate activists while preparing for a press […]
5 September 2023

Ryanair breaks passenger traffic records for fourth month in a row

The month of August saw Ryanair carry more passengers than in any other month in its history, not only surpassing traffic in the same month last […]
4 September 2023

Wildfires in Greece are the biggest ever recorded in the EU

During a summer that has witnessed the hottest month of July in the past 120,000 years, with heat storms taking over Europe, wildfires spread in destinations […]