The Project Brings Institutions Together
From all over the Europe for a Unique Aim…
Nowadays in a highly globalized world, territories are losing their identity, their tangible and intangible cultural heritage. On this matter senior people own lot’s of knowledge about their environment’s history, which will disappear once they are no longer with us.
“Innovative Tourism – Collecting Cultural Heritage Through Intergenerational Walks” is a project which aims developing innovative and available tourism products for everyone by collecting cultural heritage through intergenerational walks. The project will let citizens to share their videos through an app. while motivating the locals, the tourists, the senior people and the youngsters to get out of the house and keep them healthy both physically and mentally.
Co-financed by the Erasmus + Programme (Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education – Cooperation for Innovation & the Exchange of Good Practices), partners in this project, coming from 6 different countries, are interested in promoting healthy lifestyles at the same time as promoting their territories and preserving their cultural heritage.
Programme: Erasmus + KA2 Vocational Education
Starting date: 01/ 09/ 2018
Ending date: 28/ 02/ 2021
Budget: 183.352,00 €
Partners: DGI Vestjylland (Denmark), Ceutí Municipality (Spain), Hop Ubiquitous (Spain), Colegiul Economic Buzau (Romania), Stowarzyszenie Szansa dla Aktywnych (Poland), Gaziosmanpasa University (Turkey) and City of Varazdin (Croatia).