What are the cookie files?
Cookies are small pieces of data that are generated by a web server and stored by a web site or mobile device on the hard disk of a user’s device in order to recognize the user during subsequent use of the site.
Our platforms work with different types of cookies. Session cookies only exist during your session on our platform, and persistent cookies exist for some time after your visit. Own cookies are created by our platforms, and third-party cookies are created by third-party platforms. We use session and persistent cookies as well as own and third-party cookies.
Basic cookie files (“cookies”) are those cookies that are necessary for the operation of our platforms. These include, for example, cookies that allow you to enter restricted areas of our sites, continue or complete a reservation, or use our other online services. If you disable these cookies, you will not be able to use our platforms in whole or in part.
Analytical cookies and performance data cookies allow us to count the number of visitors and track their interaction with our platforms. We collect this data and analyze it in order to improve the performance of our platforms and make them more convenient for users, for example, by improving the layout of the platform. For this analysis, we use the tools of reliable third-party analytical service providers.
Interaction improvement cookies (often called ‘functional’) are used to identify you when you return to our platforms. Due to them, we can offer you personalized materials, greet you by name, remember your settings (choice of language, region, etc.), and determine that you have not completed your reservation (to inform you about it and provide help).
Advertising cookies record your visit to our sites; what pages you visited and what you did there. With this information, we will be able to make our advertising more relevant to you, displaying it on other platforms by third-party advertising providers. We may disclose this information to such third parties for advertising purposes; for example, to show you suitable ads based on the browsing history of our platforms. We also use third-party cookies to select personalized ads and analyze the behavior of our customers. Our third-party advertisement providers create anonymous cookies on other sites where we place our ads. If you have received such a cookie file, we can use it to identify you as a visitor to such a site when you go to our platforms thereafter. Based on this information, we select for you suitable advertising for display in the future.
You can find out more about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org
Local storage objects – we can use local storage objects to store your platform settings and personalize your visit.
Control and deletion of the cookies
Modern web browsers can change cookie settings. You can let your browser or device save any cookies, notify you when trying to create cookies, or not save them at all. The latter option means that some personalization options will not be provided to you and, accordingly, you will not be able to use all the features and benefits of our site. All web browsers are different. Information about cookie settings in your browser can be found in the Help, Options, or Settings menu. The following links provide additional information about cookie settings in popular browsers: cookie settings in Internet Explorer; cookie settings in Firefox; cookie settings in Chrome; cookie settings in the Safari web browser and iOS.
You can also visit the site www.aboutcookies.org where you can find detailed information about the settings for a number of browsers. Also, there you will find the information on how to delete cookies from your computer and other information about such files.
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Third parties may place their cookies on your device.
Third-party cookies known to us are placed in order to assess the audience and publish information in social networks as well as to personalize content or advertising.