The project has as Horizontal priority the “social and educational value of European cultural heritage” because the project will promote social cohesion, will preserve the European cultural heritage and will educate others on the value of it. Senior people have a cultural heritage, a knowledge of their cities and town’s history, which is crucial to preserve above all in this rapidly changing world and every time more globalized, where people pay more attention to new technologies than traditions, traditions that differentiate one territory from another and are part of the territories’ identity. This project aims at promoting cultural walks where senior people will guide children and adults by telling those stories, anecdotes, curiosities, facts about their city or town, things that are only known by them. It will be the perfect combination between physical artifacts and places, all combined with the intangible knowledge of the seniors in the society, knowledge that has been inherited from past generations, and knowledge that needs to be passed on to younger generations on a large scale in order to maintain its value in a rapidly changing world. Through this process, young people, will value more the experience and the knowledge senior people have. The young people will become an active part in conserving the European cultural heritage, on one hand and on the other hand, senior people will be more integrated in the society and will become the key in sharing this knowledge.