Privacy and cookies policy

The Privacy policy aims at providing security for each user of the website By using our website, you accept the terms and condition of the Privacy policy.


The website uses cookies. These are small text files sent by a website server and stored by the software of your computer browser. When the browser connects with the website again, the website recognises the device used by the user. The parameters allow the information contained in them being read only by the server which created them. Thus, cookies facilitate using previously visited websites. Stored information include IP address, type of a browser, language, type of operating system, Internet service provider, information about time and date, location and information sent to the website via a contact form.

Advantages of cookies

The collected data are used to monitor and assess how the individuals use our websites and to improve its functioning by providing a more efficient and smooth navigation. We monitor the information about users with Google Analytics, which is a tool registering the user's actions on the website. Cookies identify the user, which allows facilitating the website content to his/her needs. By storing the user's preferences, cookies allow proper selections of advertisements sent to them.  We use cookies to provide the highest standard of comfort while using our website, and the data we collect are used only within our company to optimise its functioning.

Managing cookies

The user may at any time disable or enable storing cookies by means of changing settings in the browser. The instruction of managing cookies is available at .

Final provisions

This document is valid only for We do not take responsibility for privacy policy rules on other web pages, including those websites, to which links provided at are directed. In the case of using other websites, please read the Privacy and cookies policy provided by a given website. We reserve the right to amend the Privacy policy by modifying the above statement. Any amendments, however, will not breach the basic principle of user security and data protection.