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What are they?Cookies are files that can be downloaded onto your computer from websites. They allow a web page to store and retrieve information about a user's browsing habits or their computer and, depending on the information obtained, can be used to recognise the user and improve the service offered.Cookies have existed for many years and are very common. They do not damage your computer and Spain.info does not store any personally identifiable information. We use cookies to store encrypted data so that your visit to our website is as pleasant and satisfactory as possible.Depending on the basic information they contain, cookies allow us to determine the types of things that may interest you. As well as automatically and more accurately helping to adapt the experience offered by our website, cookies also enable us to identify any error you might find.The cookies on Spain.infoThese are cookies stored on your computer to cover the needs of our website and to optimise and personalise our services. We use the following cookies:authentication cookies to verify users and allow for proper interaction with the site.Cookies for favourites, which require interaction with the user for storage and private organisation.Third-party cookiesBy visiting Spain.info, you may notice that some of the cookies are not related to Spain.info.In order to obtain web usage statistics, Spain.info uses the Google Analytics service. We use cookies in order to learn more about our visitors and the contents they find most interesting, focusing our efforts on improving the areas that are visited most, and helping users to find what they're looking for more easily. The information from your visit may be used to make assessments and statistical calculations on anonymous data, to guarantee the continuity of the service, or to make improvements to the website.Also, when you visit our web pages, you can find integrated content, such as a video hosted on Youtube or Vimeo.  It’s possible that those websites will send you cookies. We have no control at all over the configuration of these cookies. If you're worried about cookies, the best idea is to check the third-party websites to obtain more information on their cookies and how to manage them.How to manage cookiesThe default settings for browsers are usually configured to accept cookies. However, you can easily alter these settings in your browser options. But bear in mind that if you choose to deactivate cookies, it may be that certain parts of the website will not function correctly or will not be accessible. If you wish to deny or revoke consent to the use of cookies from both Spain.info and third parties, you must remove them from your browser options. In the case of third-party cookies, you may also perform these actions from the system offered by the third party itself.