Cookies Policy

Access to this website may involve the use of cookies, even though it would work without them. Cookies are small files that store information in each user’s browser so that the server can recognize certain information which only it can read. Cookies last for a limited amount of time. No cookies reveal telephone numbers, e-mail addresses or other means of identification. Cookies cannot obtain information from the user’s hard drive or personal information about them. The only way in which a user’s personal details can be included in a cookie file is if the user personally supplies this information to the server.

Although cookies help us to optimize the booking process for you, users who do not wish to receive cookies or do not want information about their visit to be gathered may configure their browser to prevent them. All Internet browsers can be set to block or allow cookies from specific websites.


Third-party cookies
Function Third party Purpose / Additional information
Website analysis Google It monitors visits to the website in order to analyse its use, detect incidents, and improve its usability.
Management of bookmarks and links AddThis, Facebook, Google+, Twitter It enables links on social networks and better-known websites to be shared.

Our website and e-mails in HTML format might use web bugs and/or cookies to compile statistics about the use of the aforementioned website. A web bug is an image in a message that notifies us that the message has been viewed, purely for the purpose of gathering use-related statistics.

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