About cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that store data about your visit to the website.

Cookies make the interaction between the website user and the website faster and easier. With their help the website stores an individual’s preferences and experiences, saving time and making browsing more efficient and pleasant.

There are several reasons why you should use cookies. The first is their ability to store data on your use of a website (language preferences, number of results displayed, font size etc.), they help with online services (registration, shopping cart content, subscription to e-news, viewing a video etc.), they help collect data on the user’s habits (number of visits, user-relevant content etc.), and they help us improve your user experience and asses the efficiency of the website’s design.

None of the cookies that we use on our website collect data that could enable your personal identification.

Because we want to be completely honest with you, we have prepared a list of all the cookies that we use and the reasons why we use them. Please take note that if you continue to use the website, you agree with our use of the listed cookies.


Which cookies does this website use?

Technical cookies

Cookies that help display the content of the website, enable the functioning of forms, the shopping cart and other essential elements of the website. Such cookies are only active for the duration of the session.


Google uses cookies to store popular user preferences, language version settings, the number of displayed results and values, the display of information on Google Maps and many other functionalities and services of this web giant.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a web analytics service. It offers information on the behaviour of users on our website, helping us create a better user experience, display relevant content etc. This type of data does not allow personal identification. The lifespan of these cookies is up to two years.

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