What are cookies?
Cookies are datafiles that are stored on a web-user’s computer when visiting a website that requires cookies. Cookies record basic details related to website visits. This information is then used in many ways including tailoring content to users on subsequent visits, website performance measurement and marketing campaigns.
First-party cookies are placed on a web-user’s computer by the website they are visiting. Third-party cookies are placed on a web-user’s browser by someone else with the permission of the website owner.
You can review how this information is used and customise your consent preferences for cookies or for any other identifying technology below by either purpose, feature or third-party vendor in the cookie and tracking technologies information provided below.
You have the right to object to the processing of data in this manner and can do so on an individual basis or globally. Cookies can be managed via the cookie controller, linked to in the footer menu of the website. Some of these cookies are essential to make our site work and cannot be deactivated. Others help us to improve by giving us some insight into how the site is being used and can be managed via the cookie controller.
Alternatively, Cookies can be blocked completely by a web browser, or selectively via the web browser’s cookie manager.
To learn more about cookies in general or how to manage them, visit: www.aboutcookies.org
If you wish not to receive online advertisements, you can opt-out of cookies by going to the Network Advertising Initiative website.
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VisitWales.com uses Google Analytics to provide statistics on website traffic and its sources. This includes data on daily visits, pageviews, entry page, landing page, time on site, referrers, traffic type, clicks, click-through rate, page exit ratio, and bounce rate.
VisitWales.com use this data to understand how visitors interact with its website in order to improve user experience.
Necessary cookies used on VisitWales.com
Purpose of the Cookie
|This cookie logs when the user has turned on or off the animations of the site.
|This cookie logs if the user has accepted the privacy and settings policy.
|This cookie logs the date that the user has accepted the Policy.
|This cookie records whether timed pop up has been dismissed or submitted.
Marketing, Analytics and Tracking cookies used on VisitWales.com
Purpose of the Cookie
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|Marketing - 3rd Party Cookie
|These Cookies are used to store and track visits across websites - 3rd Party cookie.
Here is a list of tracking technologies we use on Visit Wales via a 3rd party tag tool.
- Google Analytics
- Google AdWords
- Tik Tok