Cookie policy (EU)

A cookie is a small text file that a website stores on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site.

  • First party cookies are cookies set by the website you’re visiting. Only that website can read them. In addition, a website might potentially use external services, which also set their own cookies, known as third-party cookies.
  • Persistent cookies are cookies saved on your computer and that are not deleted automatically when you quit your browser, unlike a session cookie, which is deleted when you quit your browser.

Every time you visit the website, you will be prompted to accept or refuse cookies.

The purpose is to enable the site to remember your preferences (such as geolocation, language, etc.) for a certain period of time mostly to establish anonymised statistics about the browsing experience on our site but also to push notification.

That way, you don’t have to re-enter them when browsing around the site during the same visit.

How do we use cookies?

IN Places website mostly use “first-party cookies”. However, to view some of our pages, you will have to accept cookies from external organisations – “third-party providers”.  

The types of first-party cookie we use are to make our website operational and to gather analytics data (about user behaviour)

Visitor preferences

These are set by us and only we can read them. They remember if you have agreed to (or refused) this site’s cookie policy, if you have already replied to our survey pop-up so you won’t be asked again.

Third-party cookies

IN Places pages display content from external providers, like social media e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, but also Google Analytics, Spotify.

To view this third-party content, you first have to accept their specific terms and conditions. This includes their cookie policies, which we have no control over. But if you do not view this content, no third-party cookies are installed on your device.

you can manage/delete cookies as you wish - for details, see

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