INFORMATION ON THE USE OF COOKIES (art. 13 legislative decree 196/03)

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that websites send to Internet access devices (usually browsers). Through cookies, sites can recognize the preferences expressed by users during previous browsing and allow them easier access having stored, for example, the chosen browsing language or account data.

Cookies are classified, according to their purpose, into:

– technical cookies: session cookies, functionality cookies, login cookies;
– profiling cookies: used to send promotional messages in relation to the preferences expressed by users when browsing or the sections of the sites that have been visited;
– third-party cookies: cookies installed by third-party sites that install cookies through the first sites (such as Google, Facebook, Twitter).

Session cookies vanish when the browser is closed, while persistent cookies are stored in the browser for a long time (from a few minutes to several years). The law requires that the installation of profiling cookies and third-party cookies take place following users’ consent.

How do we use cookies?

As far as our site is concerned, consent is given by users if they continue browsing by performing any action on the site such as: clicking on a link, accessing another area of the site in any way, selecting an element of the site, performing a mouse scroll.

Our site uses the following cookies.


The site uses technical cookies including:

– cookie-download: is a session cookie used to keep track of the user’s preferences, regarding filling out the form in order to download catalogs. It vanishes when the browser is closed

The site uses third-party cookies including:

Google Analytics

Google Analytics cookies that provide reports in aggregate form on site visit statistics. By way of example only: number of pages viewed, time spent on the site, channel that generated the traffic. Main cookies list:_ga, _gat


– can consult the privacy policy of the company Google Inc. regarding the Google Analytics service, at the link
– Learn more about how Analytics cookies work at…
– to reject the use of Google Analytics cookies, as indicated on Google’s website at the link, must change the configuration of their browsers by downloading the Google Analytics JavaScript deactivation add-on at the link

Google (google map / google plus / youtube)

Google provides services that allow publishers to include services such as customizable interactive maps within their web pages or videos through youtube. This site may use Google Maps / Google Plus 1 / Youtube to provide information or post videos or allow sharing of information. Main cookies list: NID, PREF Users can access Google’s combined privacy policy that includes information about cookies Google may install at this address

AddThis is a plugin for sharing content on social channels. The service also collects information that allows publishers and advertisers to send targeted advertising. Using the sharing tool Addthis also collects data on what is shared, when, and how. The information generated by the cookie pertaining to website usage (including the user’s IP address) is transmitted to an Addthis server and stored there. AddThis may transmit information to third parties if required by law or if those third parties process that information on AddThis’ behalf. Please note that AddThis may refer to various social platform providers, each of which has its own conduct regarding privacy. For information on how may install cookies, see its privacy policy. Princiapli cookie list: __atuvc, __atuvs, bt, di2, dt, loc, uid, uit, um, uvc, vc


The site uses Facebook to share content or offer services through Facebook. The privacy policy can be found at while the specific cookie policy can be found at

Main cookies: datr, reg_ext_ref, reg_fb_ref, reg_fb_gate, fr, lu, s, csm, xs, c_user, local).


The site uses Twitter to share content or offer Twitter services. The privacy policy can be found at while the specific cookie policy can be found at

Main cookies: _twitter_sess, guest_id.

Google +1

The site uses Google+1 to share content or offer Google services. The privacy policy can be found at the link while the specific cookie policy can be found at the link

Main cookie name: GoogleAccountsLocale_session, GAPS, GALX, ACCOUNT_CHOOSER, APISID, HSID, LSID.

Trip Advisor

The site uses Trip Advisor to offer Trip Advisor services such as showing the rating given by visitors.

The privacy policy can be found at the link

Main cookies: CM, CommercePopunder, NPID, ServerPool, TACds, TAReturnTo, TASSK, TASession, TATravelInfo, TAUnique, __gads, roybatty.


The site uses Youtube to offer visitors videos. The privacy policy can be found at

Main cookies: APISID, CONSENT, GEUP, HSID, LOGIN_INFO, PREF, SAPISID, SID, SSID, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC, _ga, _gat, enabledapps.uploader

Google AdWords.

The site uses Google AdWords, an online advertising program of Google Inc. (“Google”). AdWords cookies help analyze visitors’ use of the website.

A user who arrives at the site through a Google ad receives cookies.

Visiting certain pages of the site when the cookie has not been disabled is detected that the visit results from clicking on a google ad.

The information collected through conversion- tracking cookies is used to create conversion statistics for AdWords customers who have opted in to conversion-tracking.

No information is provided that can personally identify users.

The policy can be found at this link

Main cookies: AID, FLC, OGPC, __gads, __sonar, _drt_, id

How to change cookie settings?

Upon accessing the home page or any other page of the Site, a banner appears. By continuing browsing, moving to other sections, or selecting any element of the Site, the user automatically provides consent to the use of cookies.

Users can always choose which cookies to allow through the configurations of their browsers by generally finding the options in the Options/Privacy tables:

– Microsoft Internet Explorer: in the Tools option, select Internet Options and access Privacy. For the complete guide
– Firefox: for Mac in the Preferences option, select Privacy, access the “Show cookies” section and for Windows in the Tools section, select Options, access privacy and afterwards configure a custom option for data history. For the complete guide
– Safari: from the Preferences menu, select Privacy. For the full guide
– Google Chrome: from the menu, select Tools, then Options (Preferences for Macs), access Advanced and after select the Privacy – Content Setting option. For the full guide
For more information about cookies and to manage your preferences on third-party profiling cookies, please visit