What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of information which is saved by a web page on the hard disc of the computer of a user.

Why do web pages use cookies?

Web pages don't have a memory.  When the user goes from one page to another, the web page doesn't recognise him as the same user.  Cookies allow the web page to recognise the user's browser.  Thus cookies are generally used to remember the options selected by the user (e.g. to remember the language used) or to recognise visitors who use the web page.

Do all cookies have the same function?

No, there are different types of cookies used in different situations. Cookies may be differentiated by function, duration and who stores them.

How does FAIR DEAL TOURS EUROPE use cookies?

FAIR DEAL TOURS EUROPE, henceforth “FDT”, offers its users an advanced and easy to use web page, which adapts automatically to their needs and wishes.  To achieve this, our web page uses 4 types of cookies:

  • Technical Cookies: The technical Cookies are these one needed to show our web page, make it work correctly, create your user account, login your session and administer your reservations. These technical cookies are necessary for our web page to function properly.
  • Social Cookies: These are essential for external social networking websites to FDT as, among others, "Twitter", "Facebook" or "Google", and are used in the domains of social networks described above, controlling these cookies the interaction with social Widges within the web.
  • Functional Cookies: These are strictly necessary to remember your preferences and to help you to use our web page in an efficient and effective way, such as remembering your currency and language preferences, your searches and the businesses you've consulted. These functional cookies are not necessary for the functioning of our web page, but they improve the user experience and are essential to provide the services requested by the users on this Webpage.
  • Analytical Cookies: These Cookies are used to understand how our users use the web page, they detect what works and what doesn't, optimise and improve the web page, and assure ourselves that our users carry on considering our web page interesting and relevant.  The information we collect includes how User move and visit the web pages, pages of reference/logout, type of platform, information on date and time, and record details such as the content Users view, number of mouse clicks on a given page, mouse movements, displacement and the search words you use and the text you write when you use our web pages. This information is anonymous, as we only use it for statistical purposes.

How long do FDT cookies remain active?

Cookies can be deleted by the user at any time. That said, the period of activity of the cookies used by FDT should not exceed five (5) years, being determined their useful life to the functions given to them.

Who has access to the information on FDT's cookies?

Only FDT has access to the information stored on its cookies.  Bear in mind that, occasionally, we use third-party services for market analysis and to improve our quality.  Cookies stored by a third party may be accessible to the third party.  

How can I manage my cookies?

If you go to the configuration of your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome) you can configure which cookies to accept or reject.  It depends on the browser as to where the configuration is found.  You can find the location by using the “Help” function of your browser.

Bear in mind that if you don't accept certain cookies, some of the functions of our web page will be unavailable to you.  Also, you should be aware that using the “opting out” option doesn't mean that you will stop receiving online publicity or participating in market analysis.  It means that the network in which you do not wish to participate will not send you advertising which is tailored to your preferences and methods of use.  

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