Lisbon Guru is written by people who live in Lisbon and know the city they write about. We compile the best time-saving tips to help you discover Lisbon and make the most of your stay.
We try to present travel information about Lisbon in ways that are fun but also accurate. We aim to make finding information easy. Travel advice, tips and information, including tourist essentials, festival and events, attractions and things to do, the best hotels and restaurants, are just one click away.
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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), established through Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, lays down the rules regarding the processing, by a person, a company or a organization, of personal data concerning persons in the European Union (EU).
According to this regulation, personal data is information relating to an identified or identifiable person. A person who can be identified directly or indirectly is considered identifiable. Personal data is also the set of distinct information that can lead to the identification of a particular person.
Typology of data collection
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The information collected by these services and made available to this site does not allow the identification of specific users, since visits are anonymized.
The “Google Analytics” service is used for the purpose of visualizing performance metrics, identifying trends, usage patterns, improving the interaction and navigation quality of the site, as well as compiling data for statistical analysis.
Examples of data collected through this service for statistical purposes: number of visitors, most visited pages, number of pages viewed, duration of visit, type of device used, type of browser, traffic channel, among others. The full list of metrics can be found here.
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Google and associated partners, in order to provide advertisements about products and services that are relevant to users, may use personal data to contextualize and personalize advertisements from their own advertising network. For this purpose, they use the DoubleClick DART cookie to obtain statistical and navigation information.
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The published content has an entertainment character and aims to provide generic and free information on the subject of travel and the tourism industry.
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22 February 2022