A cookie is an information saved to your computer by a webpage you have visited. The stored information usually includes personal and website settings such as preferred language or address. When the same page is reopened, your browser sends stored cookies back to the appropriate page. This enables the site to display the information tailored to your needs.


In order for this website to work properly and for us to be able to improve the site as well as your browsing experience, it is essential that this page stores a small amount of information (cookies) to your computer.


Over 90% of all webpages use this practice, but according to the EU regulations from May 2011 we must ask your permission to store cookies as they can store a wide variety of information, including personal ones such as your name, address, e-mail address, telephone number. However, this can’t be done without your permission and consent. Furthermore, webpages cannot access data you have not authorized or files on your computer.


By using the webpage, you agree to using cookies. By blocking cookies, you can view the webpage, but some of its functions and capabilities might be unavailable.


You cannot see the cookies saving and sending activities. However, you can change your browser’s settings and choose whether to accept or decline requests for saving cookies or delete the saved ones automatically upon exiting the browser.



How to disable cookies?


Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your browser. For all information regarding cookie settings, choose your browser:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer 9
  • Internet Explorer 7 and 8
  • Opera (in English)
  • Safari (in English)


By turning off cookies, you decide whether to allow saving them on your computer. If you turn them off, you will not be able to use some functionalities on our page.


What are temporary cookies?

Temporary or session cookies are removed from the computer after you have closed your browser. Website uses it to store temporary data like the items put in the shopping cart.


What are permanent cookies?

Permanent or stored cookies stay on your computer even after you have closed your browser. Websites use it to store data such as your username and password so you do not have to sign in every time you visit the page. Permanent cookies stay on your computer for days, months, even years.


What are first-party cookies?

First-party cookies originate from the visited website and can be permanent or temporary. Website uses it to store data that will be reused during your next visit to the site.


What are third-party cookies?

Third-party cookies originate from the advertisements of other websites you visit (pop-up or other kinds of advertising). With the help of those cookies websites can monitor the use of the Internet in marketing.


The Tourist Board of Rakovica uses cookies to enable a better user experience for its visitors. Temporary (session) cookies enable access to the content and commenting (things you have to do when you sign in with your login information) while permanent cookies are used to facilitate the access to the page (e.g. ‘stay logged’). We also use permanent cookies in order to better understand the users’ habits and to tailor our website according to their needs. Of course, this information stays anonymous as we do not see the users’ individual data.


There are a few external services that store limited cookies to users’ computers. These cookies are not being added by our website, but some of them enable normal functioning of certain features of the website that facilitate the users’ access to its content.


At the moment we provide:

Social media: Users can share their posts at Facebook, Instagram and YouTube that will store their cookies.

Tracking website activity: Tourist Board of Rakovica uses web analytic service Google Analytics to track website activity.

If you want to disable the services from storing cookies, you can do so by visiting websites dedicated to disabling cookies.

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