Efteling Cookie Statement

Efteling and third parties use cookies (and similar technologies) to analyse the website, to make it more user-friendly, and to show you relevant offers on and outside the website.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files, which are saved on your computer, tablet or smartphone. The term ‘cookies’ is an umbrella term used to refer not only to cookies but also to web beacons and java scripts, among others. Cookies are automatically deleted from your devices. Some cookies are removed at the end of each internet session, while others may be stored on your devices for varying lengths of time.

Our cookies can be divided into four categories:

  • Necessary cookies: these cookies make basic functions such as page navigation or logging in to the website possible. Without these cookies, the website does not work properly.
  • Preference cookies: these cookies can be used to remember your preferences, for instance language or area settings.
  • Statistic cookies: these cookies help us to understand how our website is used. We process the information that is collected with the help of these cookies anonymously.
  • Marketing cookies: on the basis of visitor and viewing behaviour, we can use these cookies to provide relevant and personalised offers through different channels, including on the websites of third parties.

Cookies can also be placed by third parties as a result of a visit to our website. These cookies are placed by third parties because we make use of embedding on our website, for example.

At the end of this cookie statement, you will find a list of all the cookies we (might) place.

Removal and rejection of cookies

Your computer’s browser settings allow you to delete cookies that have already been saved and prevent the storage of new cookies. The method used varies from browser to browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Opera).

For further information about the way in which Efteling handles your other data, we refer you to our privacy statement.

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