Privacy en Cookie Statement
Best Tours Europe respects the privacy of all the users of its website and makes sure that personal information which you provide us with is treated confidentially. In doing so, Best Tours Europe. adheres to the applicable legislation and regulations. We will only use your details to enable us to process your orders as quickly and easily as possible. We will only use these details for any other purposes with your permission.
We only use details which have been emphatically and voluntarily provided by people who visit our website. You can provide your personal details in connection with requesting information or services, receiving newsletters, registering for an excursion or buying products from Best Tours Europe.
Best Tours Europe will record your details for carrying out your assignment. Your details can be used by Best Tours Europe to inform you about relevant products and services of Best Tours Europe., unless you have indicated that you do not wish to receive this information. You can unsubscribe from receiving mailings at all times via the method indicated in the mailing in question.
With the exception of the online payment provider engaged by Best Tours Europe., Best Tours Europe does not provide your details to third parties without your express prior permission, unless we are obliged to do so on the basis of the law or court decision, or if this is necessary for the execution of an agreement between you and Best Tours Europe.
You can view, change or remove your personal details at all times. To do so, you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org o r +31(0)20 261 4890.
Click behavior and search data
To gain more insight into the use of our websites and the performances of (online) marketing campaigns, use is made of web analytics software on the website, called Google Analytics. This is software which records anonymized data with regard to your website visit. Examples of recorded data are for instance the source of origin of your visit (e.g. a campaign or referring webpage), the webpages viewed by you, search assignments used, etc. We point out explicitly that these data can never be traced back to you as a person or individual, with the exception of situations where you identify yourself as a person via one of the forms on the website. In such cases, your search behavior can be linked to the data entered.
We try to anonymize these data as much as possible. For example, the IP-address is anonymized by not registering the last part of the IP-address. These data are not provided to third parties. The information obtained is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. The data from Google Analytics cookies are sent secured (encrypted).
We make use of remarketing cookies. In this way, the information that you view on our website is remembered, by means of which remarketing lists are built up, without this leading to a profile traceable to a person. By doing so, we are able to show you relevant specific advertisements on other websites.
Google uses this information to keep up-to-date with how our website is being used, to be able to provide reports about the website to us and to be able to offer its advertisers information about the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google can provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We do not have any influence on this. We have not permitted Google to use the analytics information obtained for other Google services, for example for benchmark data. We have concluded a processor’s agreement with Google.
We are interested in your opinion. If you decide to write a review, you are giving us permission for the partial or complete publication of the contribution supplied by you on our website.
Facebook and Twitter
This website contains buttons to be able to promote or share pages on the social networks Facebook and Twitter. These buttons are realized by means of a code which is supplied by ShareThis. This code uses a cookie for instance.
Read the privacy statement of Facebook and of Twitter (which can change on a regular basis) to check what they do with your personal details which they process using this code.
You can turn off these cookies via your browser, see for instance this explanation by the Dutch Consumer’s Association. For Internet Explorer and Firefox, take the following steps:
- For Internet Explorer: go to Extra > Internet options > Privacy, change the settings to ‘High’
- For Firefox: go to Extra > Options > Privacy, untick ‘accept Cookies for websites’
You can also install a plugin for this purpose in your web browser. For an overview, click opt-out plugins for various browsers.
However, bear in mind that after removing cookies from some websites, you will have to set your preferences again or log in again.
Please note that if you use a different computer, tablet or mobile phone, you must change your browser settings on this device.