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These cookies do not collect personal data that can identify the user.
In any case, the user always has the option of modifying browser settings to enable or disable the use of cookies. Even with cookies disabled, it is still possible to take advantage of all the Site's services and functionality. A user of multiple computers with different settings should ensure that all browser settings are correct. Users can delete stored cookies easily by following the appropriate procedure for each browser.
Our newsletters are sent occasionally to

• provide information about activities planned in Trieste and surrounding areas
• recount experiences, recommend activity packages and/or offers
• provide information about interesting or not to be missed events involving the pertinent area

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