Many of the features that make thetrainline.com easy to use rely on us understanding how you use our website and remembering the information you provide. We do this by gathering small amounts of data each time you visit. This data is stored as 'cookies'.
You can choose how much of this data you allow us to use to help improve your experience on thetrainline.com.
Some sections of our website are provided by third parties and their policies will additionally apply for these sections (including Hotel, theatre, car hire, insurance, Rail Europe, Eurostar, International Rail, London Pass).
Our website may also contain third party advertisements (including targeted advertisements). These advertisements may create their own cookies and/or collect information in the course of the advertisement being served. We work in partnership with Google and Unanimis and the policies of the relevant advertising networks will apply. To learn more and change your preferences, go to your online choices.
Other third parties may create cookies on our site such as Facebook or Twitter and their policies will apply.
Please note that the preferences selected only apply to the computer and the browser you are using now. If you use a different computer or a different browser, you may want to check the preferences and reapply them.
These preferences will only be applied to www.thetrainline.com website, and not other websites operated by us, or websites operated by other providers on our behalf.
Let us know how you'd prefer we use your data and we'll remember what you tell us.
Please note that the preferences selected only apply to the computer you are using now and the browser you are using now. If you are using a different computer or a different browser, you may want to check the preferences and reapply them if you need to.
Cookies are small pieces of data that live in your web browser (web browsers include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari).
Cookies are harmless text files. They can't look into your computer or read any personal information or other material on your hard drive. Cookies can't carry viruses or install anything harmful on your computer.
If you'd like to find out more about cookies, what they're for and how to manage them, there's an excellent explanation in Google's good to know campaign, written in partnership with the Citizens Advice Bureau.