Cookie Policy

Last updated: December 27, 2019

Contents:

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  1. About This Policy
  2. About Us
  3. Cookie Law
  4. Types of Cookies and Purpose
  5. Changes to our Cookie Policy
  6. How to Disable Cookies?
  7. Rejecting Cookies
  8. "Do Not Track"
  9. Further Information
  10. Contacting Us

 

1. About This Policy

This Cookie Policy (“Policy”) describes Grand European Tours (2003) Inc.’s collection, use, and retention of the cookies present on the website.

Cookies are simple text files that help coordinate Grand European Tours (2003) Inc.’s website servers and your browser to display the full range of features offered by us. These features include hassle-free automatic logins and authentication, shopping cart functionality, third-party ad serving, ad management, preference setting, audience measurement, and statistics, tracking our visitors’ journey until our partners’ websites, language setting, among others.

We require your consent to process cookies, unless you provide us with your personal information, for instance for registration, placing an order, or complete online forms. In this case, we may collect, store and use your personal information in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We encourage you to read this document.

2. About Us

This is the cookie policy of Grand European Tours (2003) Inc. (referred to as “Grand European Travel”, "we", "us" or "our"). We are incorporated under the laws of Oregon. Our registered office is 6000 Meadows Road, Suite 520, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035.

3. Cookie Law

This Cookie Policy is to inform you as to how we look after your personal data when you visit and browse our website and tell you about your privacy rights and how the law protects you.

For the purposes of the provision of our services, we comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.

In summary, to comply with the law, we need to give clear information about what the cookies are used for, why, and obtain consent from you, the user. These are the objectives this Policy is set out to achieve.

4. Types of Cookies and Purpose

Cookies can be categorized in many ways, one is with regards to their longevity, i.e. for how long they are stored in your browser. According to this classification, cookies can either be:

What the cookies do Reason to have the cookies on our website
Enhance our website’s functionality Cookies allow us to enhance the functionality of our website so that we can personalize your experience and allow you to use many of the useful features of our website. These cookies are strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the website.

For example, we use cookies, so we can remember your preferences and the contents of your shopping basket when you return to our website. We also need cookies to track your journey on our website and when you leave our website for a partner’s website so that we ensure we can manage our partnerships and customer base efficiently.
Enhance our website’s performance This type of cookies helps us understand how our websites are being used, mainly for analytical purposes, so that we can work on providing improved user experience.

Cookies used for this purpose do not collect information that identifies a user, but the data is aggregated and made anonymous.

For example, data on error messages displayed to users will be collected and the developer team will assess whether the problem is prevalent and solve it.
Web beacons and parameter tracking These cookies and similar software known as web beacons are used to count the number of users visiting our website, or the number of actions made by the users.
Internet Protocol (IP) address and traffic data A set of data such as IP addresses, access rates, and page views are recorded in our servers.

These data do not allow us to identify any individual, i.e. no personal data is collected.

 

5. Changes to our Cookie Policy

We may change this Cookie Policy at any time and from time to time without notice to you, including by publishing a new version on our website. When we will make any change, we will notify you on our website of such change. You can check the top of the document to see the latest version in force. Any change will be prospective only, and we will not make any changes that have retroactive effect unless legally required to do so.

6. How to Disable Cookies?

As cookies are stored by the web browser used to access the website, users need to change the settings pertaining to the browser used. If multiple browsers are used, the setting changes need to be made for each. Below are some of the most popular browsers and corresponding links to the vendors’ guidance on disabling cookies:

In addition, Google Analytics gives you the option to install an opt-out browser add-on for Internet Explorer 11, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera:

https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

7. Rejecting Cookies

Please note that disabling or rejecting the use of cookies on our website may result in some pages becoming inaccessible or not functioning properly.

8. "Do Not Track"

California law requires us to let you know how we respond to web browser Do Not Track (DNT) signals. We do not respond to such signals at this time.

9. Further Information

Several websites explain how cookies work, offering more detail, such as www.aboutcookies.org, and www.allaboutcookies.org. (we have no affiliation with these websites).

10. Contacting Us

If you have any questions about our Cookie Policy or about how we process your personal data, including any complaints, please contact us either by e-mail to info@GETours.com or by telephone on 1-888-552-5545.