What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer when you visit Travelski. It collects data about your browsing activity to provide relevant and personalized services. Cookies are managed by your internet browser and do not personally identify you or collect your personal data.
Types of cookies used
Travelski.com employs different types of cookies in your internet browser:
Functional cookies: Functional cookies are necessary to adapt the presentation of a website based on your hardware settings (display resolution, browser and operating system used, language settings, etc.). These cookies are essential for managing the content of your online order, your account, site browsing history, and simplifying form completion.
Analytical cookies: Analytical cookies track and analyze user behavior on our website (most visited pages, source of visits, frequency of returning visits, newsletter readership, etc.). The collected data is used to understand user profiles and enhance the browsing experience and services offered on the website. For these analyses, we utilize third-party tools such as AT Internet and Google Analytics.
Advertising cookies: These cookies collect data based on your browsing behavior to provide you with relevant advertising tailored to your interests. They record your visit to our website, including the pages visited and links clicked, as well as your browsing habits outside of our website. They may also limit the number of times you see an advertisement and measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. Generally, these cookies are placed by third parties with our permission. Refusing this type of cookie will not impact your use of the site and will not prevent advertisements from being displayed.
Third-party cookies: Our site may include third-party applications that allow you to share site content with others or inform others about your reviews or opinions of our content. For example, social networking share buttons such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. These applications may also enable you to play videos hosted by YouTube or similar services. These services generate their own cookies. We recommend consulting the privacy policies of these applications to understand their purposes of use, including advertising.
How can I activate or deactivate cookies?
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Edge: More actions > Settings > Display advanced settings > Privacy and Services > Cookies
Firefox: Options > Privacy
Chrome: Menu > Settings > Display advanced settings > Privacy section > Content settings
Safari: Safari menu > Preferences > Privacy