What “cookies” are?
A cookie is data (small text file) stored on your computer or mobile phone by a website. Cookies make your online experience easier by saving your preferences while browsing. With cookies, sites can keep you signed in and give you locally relevant content.
EuroPark website uses first party cookies only. These cookies are issued by the website being visited and only the website which issued the first party cookies can read them. EuroPark doesn’t use any second– or third-party cookies (i.e used for advertising, consumer preference tracking etc).
When visiting EuroPark website, your browser will save the following two types of cookies:
How can the user modify or clear cookies?
By default, storing and sending cookies is invisible to you. However, you can change your web browser settings to allow you to approve or deny cookie storage requests or delete stored cookies automatically when you close the browser.
Please note, that blocking first-party cookies will disable authentification functionalities of the website and block the possibility to use the self-service.
To learn how to manage (set up, block, clear) your browser cookies, please visit: