• collecting cultural heritage through intergenerational walks
  • let your life be our story
  • discover living stories
  • discover living stories
  • collecting cultural heritage through intergenerational walks

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.


Who are project partners?

Hey there! We are the project’s partners and we make really beautiful and amazing stuff.

DGI Vestjylland

DGI is a sports association in Denmark that works to better the conditions for our more than 6.300 member sports clubs and their more than 1.5 million members.

Ayuntamiento de Ceutí

Ceutí is a municipality of 10.34 km2, situated in the Southeast of Spain, in the Region of Murcia. Despite its small size, Ceutí has been a cultural reference point during the last 15 years and active in EU projects.

HOP Ubiquitous

HOP Ubiquitous, S.L. (HOPU) is a SME established in Spain. HOP means Human Oriented Products; therefore we are specialized in designing solutions focused on people engagement with a high level of usability.

Colegiul Economic Buzau

Colegiul Economic Buzau is a big vocational training school (over 1000 students) in the southeast of Romania, region Buzau. It is specialized in business administration and tourism studies. Most of the students come from rural areas

Gaziosmanpasa University

Tokat Gaziosmanpaşa University, founded in 1992, is a university that is transparent, participatory, enterprising, producing information and technology, contributing to the economic, social and cultural structure of Turkey.

Stowarzyszenie Szansa dla Aktywnych

The Association Opportunity for the Active is non-governmental organisation with 17 trainers and 72 trainees. The association was initiated on behalf of people of Topola-Osiedle and Przygodzice Commune (central Poland between Wrocław and Poznań).

Grad Varazdin

City of Varaždin (CMV) is a local self-government and the main activities which are in city domain are: settlements establishing and housing; urban and regional planning; economy development; communal services; transport and traffic infrastructure; children and social welfare; nurture and education; culture




Target groups involve professionals working in tourism, sports, health and with youngster and senior people.


The project will develop two intellectual outputs: a Co+ Crew App where cities, tourists and citizens can upload information about their place, artefacts, nature – collect their cultural heritage and share with others; and a guideline on how to work with intergenerational groups and with storytelling as a mean of communicating


Preserving the knowledge of the elderly in a modern technology, improving senior people physical, mental and social health, new products (app and guide) for tourist promotion through local ambassadors and stories.


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“Innovative Tourism – Collecting Cultural Heritage Through Intergenerational Walks”

in the framework of the European programme “Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices” and “Strategic Partnerships for Vocational Education and Training”. This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.