It is a process (not an end!) that involves people from various cultures on an absolutely equal level. It is a generative process that from diversity creates beauty and sets new knowledge in motion. Promoting intercultural dialogue means knowing how to listen and recognise different points of view regarding the heritage that surrounds us. Intercultural dialogue, in a certain sense, invites you to get involved and to pleasantly note that many different paths can lead to the same direction, but in another way that humanly is more beautiful. Intercultural dialogue is that bridge that unites all roads; it is that bridge whose crossing leads to the other.