What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which saves Internet settings. Almost every website uses cookie technology. They are downloaded from your Internet browser on your first visit to a website. When you call up this website again using the same end device, the cookie and the information stored in it are either sent back to the website which generated them (first party cookie) or to a different website, to whom it belongs (third party cookie). The website thus detects that it has already been called up with this browser and in some cases will vary the content shown accordingly. Some cookies are extremely useful, as they are able to improve the user experience on revisiting a website which you have already used several times. Under the prerequisite that you use the same end device and the same browser as before, cookies can for example remember your preferences, provide information on how you use a website and adapt the offers shown specificly to your personal interests and requirements.
Your cookie settings on this website
Strictly necessary cookies cannot be deactivated via the functions of this page. You can deactivate cookies at any time in your browser. Examples of cookies which do not require consent /list of cookies which do not require consent.
First party cookies on this website which do require consent
Cookies which are by legal definition not strictly necessary in order to use the website fulfil important tasks. Without these cookies, functions which permit convenient surfing on our website, such as pre-completed forms, would no longer be available. Settings configured by you such as a language selection cannot then be saved and would therefore have to be queried on each new page. Furthermore, we would lose the possibility of addressing you directly with individually-adapted offers.
Use of third party cookies requiring consent on this website
The advantages of cookies
Some cookies are exceptionally useful, as they are able to improve the user experience on calling up a website which you have already visited several times. Provided that you use the same end device and the same browser as previously, cookies can remember your preferences, for example, informing us on how you use our website and adapting the content shown specifically to your personal interests and requirements.
Cookies are required for the use of www.traeumeland.at. We use them to improve our website and to offer you products and services which we believe could be of interest for you. You can delete or block the cookies on this website, but this may have an adverse effect on the website functions. None of the cookies used on our website collect information through which you can be personally identified.
Managing and deleting cookies
If you wish to block or delete cookies, you can undertake these changes to the browser settings. Most browsers will allow you to accept all cookies or to reject all cookies, or to accept only certain types of cookies so that you can manage your settings. You can also stipulate that you wish to be asked each time a website wants to save a cookie. The procedures for the management and deletion of cookies are different depending on which browser you use. In order to find out how to manage these settings in a certain type of browser, you can use the integrated help functions in the browser, or alternatively call up http://www.aboutcookies.org. This link explains step by step how cookies can be managed and deleted in most conventional browsers.