The journey started a year ago. On the 17th of June 2020, three months into the pandemic, Travel Tomorrow began delivering relevant news for travelers around the world who needed to know the fast and changing developments on travel restrictions.
It began to share stories that informed readers on the state of affairs that the travel and tourism industry was facing; it has offered a platform to its many stakeholders to voice their concerns, it’s proposed solutions and innovative ways of readapting, as well as following the new policies that governments have been adopting to offer a return to a safe way of living in a post-covid world. Of equal importance has been the urgent reshaping of society’s values and habits toward sustainable ways of traveling.
Throughout these 12-months, Travel Tomorrow has conquered the trust and loyalty of our readers.
These impressive results wouldn’t be possible without our fantastic team. Travel Tomorrow operates from Brussels and has an eclectic, curious, and brilliant team.
The future looks brighter than a year ago
The US and UK, as well as many European countries, have been able to rollout successful vaccination plans. The European Union this week signed its EU Digital Covid Certificate. Fantastic news that “will enable citizens to enjoy this most tangible and cherished of EU rights –the right to free movement” as President Von der Leyen well said.
Many countries such as Spain, France, Portugal, Greece, Israel, have opened their doors to vaccinated visitors. With justifiable caution, travel seems to be picking up in many parts of the world.
Looking forward, Travel Tomorrow will continue to deliver value by offering a wide spectrum of relevant news to travelers and their families, a space for the tourism industry to share its views. It will continue to inspire travelers to dream of places they haven’t yet been to.