Like other commercial websites, the Hungarian Tourism Agency uses the customary technology called cookie, along with web server log files, in order to obtain information on how users use the Website. The use of cookies and web server log files allows the Company to check Website traffic and adjust the Website content to your personal needs.

A cookie is a small information package (file) that often carries an anonymised unique identifier. When you visit a website, the website asks for the permission of your computer to store this file on the hard drive, on a part expressly dedicated for storing cookies. Each website you visit can send cookies to your computer, provided that this is allowed in the settings of your browser. In order to protect your data, however, your browser will only allow the given website to access the cookie sent to your computer by the same webpage, that is, a website cannot access the cookies sent by other websites. Browsers by default usually accept cookies. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can set your browser to reject them. In such a case, certain elements of the Website may not function properly while you are browsing it. Cookies cannot obtain other information from the hard drive of your computer and do not carry viruses.