Cookie Policy

Use of cookies on the site

The “site” ( uses cookies to make its services simple and efficient for the user visiting the pages of Users visiting the site will see inserted minimum amounts of information in the devices in use, whether computers and mobile peripherals, in small text files called “cookies” saved in the directory used by the user’s web browser. There are various kinds of cookie, some to make use of the site more efficient, others to enable particular functions. A detailed analysis of our cookies makes it possible to:

  • Store the preferences inserted;
  • Avoid reinserting the same information several times during the visit, like for example user name and password;
  • Analyse the use of services and contents provided by to optimise the navigation experience and the services provided.


Types of cookie


Technical cookies

This kind of cookie allows some site sections to work correctly. There are two categories of these: persistent and session:

  • Persistent: once the browser is closed they are not destroyed but remain until a preset expiry date;
  • Session: these are destroyed every time the browsers is closed;

These cookies, which are always sent by our domain, are necessary to visualise the site precisely and about technical services provided, are still used and sent unless the user changes the settings in his browser (thus affecting visualisation of the site pages).

Analytical cookies

This category of cookie is used to collect information about the use of the site. will use this information in connection with anonymous statistical analysis to improve the use of the site and make the content more,exciting and relevant to the desires of the user. This kind of cookie collects data in anonymous form on user activity and on how the user came to the site. Analytical cookies are sent by the site itself or by third party domains.

Cookies analysing third party services

These cookies are used to collect information about the use of the site by users in anonymous form like time of stay, the origin of the source of traffic, geographic origin, age, sex and interests for marketing campaign purposes. These cookies are sent by third party domains external to the site.

Cookies to include third party software products and functions

This kind of cookie includes features developed by third parties inside site pages like icons and preferences expressed on social networks to share site content or for the use of third party software services (like the software to generate maps, and later software offering added services). These cookies are sent by domains and partner sites offering their functions among site pages.

Profiling cookies

These cookies are necessary to create user profiles to send advertising messages in line with the preferences indicated by the user inside the site pages. According to current regulations, is not obliged to ask permission to use technical and analytical cookies, since they are needed to provide the requested services. For all other kinds of cookie permission can be given by the user using one or more of the following methods:

  • Specific browser configurations used or related computer programmes used to navigate pages on the site.
  • Changing the settings when using third party services.

Both these solutions can prevent the user from using or visualising parts of the site.

Websites and third party services

The site may contain links to other websites with their information of privacy which may differ from that adopted by and which therefore does not apply to these sites.

Cookie list

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Last updated on 28/05/2018

Information about cookies


The _gat cookie is part of the analysis and monitoring service of Google Analytics. It is a cookie that expires 10 minutes after it is created or updated. It is used to block the number of requests of analysis scripts to consider the user’s visits unique. › cookie-usage ( devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookieusage)


The _ga cookie is part of the analysis and monitoring service of Google Analytics. It is a cookie that expires 2 years after it is created or updated. It is used to distinguish › cookie-usage (

How to disable cookies by configuring the browser

If you want to study in-depth the modalities with which your browser memorises cookies during your navigation, please follow these links to the sites of the relevant providers.

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If your browser is not on this list, you can request more information by sending an email to We will provide you with the required information for anonymous and secure navigation.