Management of cookies

Cookie Notice of the Hungarian Tourism Association Foundation

Like other similar commercial websites, the operator of this website, the Hungarian Tourism Association Foundation (hereinafter: the ‘Operator’) also uses the standard technology called cookies as well as the web server technical log files in order to obtain information about how you (hereinafter: the ‘User’) are using the website.

The use of cookies and web server log files allows the operator of the Website to monitor visits to the Website, to check the use of the Website and to tailor the content of the Website to your personal needs.

A cookie is a small piece of information (file) that often carries an anonymised, unique identifier. When a User visits a website, the website asks their computer for permission to store this file on a portion of their computer's hard drive that is specifically designed to store cookies.

Each website that a User visits can send a cookie to their computer if it is allowed by the settings of the browser they are using. However, in order to protect the User’s data, their browser only allows the website to access the cookie that the website has sent to their computer, i.e. a website does not have access to cookies sent by other websites. Browsers are usually set to accept cookies.

However, if the User does not wish to receive cookies, they can set their browser to refuse to accept cookies. In this case, some elements of the Website may not work effectively. Cookies cannot retrieve other information from the hard drive of the User’s computer and do not carry viruses.

When you visit our Website, we may automatically collect technical information that does not identify you personally. For example, the name of another website that redirected you to our Website, the location from where you accessed that website, or searches made on that website. Collecting this information will help us identify the searching preferences of the Users of our Website without the use of personal information. This information will only be used internally. Anonymous or general data from which your identity cannot be identified does not qualify as personal data and is therefore not covered by the Privacy Notice.

You can set your web browser to accept all cookies, reject them all, or notify you when a cookie is placed on your device. Each web browser is different, so please use your browser's "Help" menu to change your cookie settings. For more information on cookies and how to disable them, visit The website is designed to work using cookies, so disabling them may affect the usability of the website and prevent you from enjoying all of its benefits.

Please find below the menu items for handling cookies in the most frequently used browsers:

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The Website and the Operator use cookies for the following purposes:

• to develop our Website
• to make it easier to navigate on our Website and use the features of the site providing a smooth user experience
• to collect information about the use of our Website.

Types of cookies

a) Essential cookies

These cookies ensure the proper functioning of the website, facilitate its use and collect information about its use without identifying our visitors. This includes, for example, the status of acceptance of cookies, memorising login methods and data, and the Google Analytics code with reduced functionality. Please note that without the use of these cookies we cannot guarantee that you will use our website comfortably.

b) Functional cookies

In order to improve the website and to improve user experience, we also use cookies that allow us to collect information about how our visitors use our website. These cookies cannot identify you personally, they collect information such as which page the User viewed, which part of the website they clicked on, how many pages they visited, how long it took to view each session and what the possible error messages were. The Google Analytics cookies are such performance-related cookies, for instance.

c) Convenience cookies

The purpose of these cookies is to be able to display on the websites ads that are of more interest or more relevant to the User. These cookies cannot identify the User personally, they collect information such as which page the User viewed, which part of the website the User clicked on, how many pages they visited, and all this to find out what content might be interesting for the User. If you have given your prior consent, we may use the information we collect to track your use of the Website in conjunction with your personal data in order to better tailor our marketing communications to your needs and to provide you with as personalised offers as possible.

The following service providers use cookies on our website:


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How can you check and disable cookies?

All browsers allow you to change the setting of cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default but these setting can usually be changed so that the browser can prevent automatic acceptance and offer the option to enable or disable cookies each time. Please note that, because the purpose of cookies is to facilitate or enable the usability and the processes of our website, if you prevent the use of or delete cookies, you may not be able to use the full functionality of the website or the website will work differently than intended in your browser.