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General information about cookies

A cookie is a data file that websites store on the user's computer so that they can recognise the computer during the user’s next visit to the website. Cookies are sent back and forth between the browser and a web server and include, among other things, information about how the website is used.

A cookie is a passive file and cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs. It helps to analyse how a website is used so that the webmaster can improve the user experience. In several cases, cookies may be necessary to provide a particular service.

Cookies are usually deleted automatically from the browser when it is closed (so-called session cookies). Cookies can also be set with an expiration date so that data exists in a shorter or longer period (persistent cookies). Persistent cookies are typically stored on your hard disk.


How do we use cookies?

Cookies help speed up the use of our website, allowing you to navigate from page to page without having to re-type the same information again and again.

The cookies we use will also recognise repeat visitors to the site and will attempt to record specific browsing information, trends and patterns. This information helps Routes North to identify the behaviour and needs of our users allowing us to tailor any offers and information which may be of use to you.

By using our website with your browser settings adjusted to accept all cookies, we will take this to mean that you want to use our products and services and that you consent to our use of cookies and other technologies as described in this policy.


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1. Cookies from Google Analytics

At we use Google Analytics to analyse how users use the site. The information that cookies collect about the use (i.e. traffic data and your IP address) is stored on Google’s servers. Visitnordic uses the information to prepare reports on website activity.

Google Analytics create two types of cookies: A persistent cookie that indicates whether the user is recurrent, where the user comes from, what search engine used, keywords, etc. They also use session cookies to show when and how long a user is on the site. We do not compare the IP address with other information that Google holds.


2. Flash movies and cookies

Flash cookies are stored on the user's computer by Adobe Flash Player. In the embedded movies from YouTube and Vimeo, respectively, a browser (HTTP) cookie and a Flash cookie are created.


3. Facebook and other social media cookies

Cookies are created through buttons, widgets and "social plugins". If the user is logged in on Facebook simultaneously with a visit to, Facebook will know that the user has visited and save the information.


4. Use of Pixel Tracking

Sometimes Visitnordic uses pixel tracking, which is when a user’s visit to or a partner site is registered. Pixel tracking is anonymous, which means that no personal information is recorded or stored about the user. Only anonymous data about the user’s navigation on Visitnordic's site and on partner sites (i.e. airline sites or similar) is registered. Visitnordic uses pixel tracking from facebook.


How to reject cookies

You can refuse the use of cookies on your computer by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. Be aware that without cookies, you may not be able to use all features on the site. Because cookies are in possession of the user, it is always possible for the user to view, modify or delete these cookies.

We hope that our users will be happy to allow the cookies we set, as they help us improve our website, provide the best services and give the user a better experience.

If you do not wish to use cookies from www.visitnordic, you can - in most of the newer browsers - select “advanced cookie settings” under “internet options” and add to the list of websites from which you wish to block cookies.

There you can also delete individual cookies or all the cookies the browser has stored.

If you set your browser to refuse cookies in general, you should be aware that there may be functions on different websites that do not work as a result of this.


Last edited in June 2018