The contents of these web sites, excluding some of the texts and photos that are not of a commercial character and are intended for informing guests and promoting the Croatian tourist offer, are owned by 2 DOOR d.o.o. The content may only be copied for non-commercial purposes and only for individual use and with respect to all copyright and other proprietary rights.
If you notice any copyright infringement on our part, please contact us at email@example.com.
2 DOOR d.o.o. respects the privacy of its users and visitors, as well as personal details of the passenger in case of final confirmation of the reservation in order to register the voucher on the right name and to provide the traveler with all requested documents. 2 DOOR d.o.o. is obliged to provide the protection of personal data of the buyers by collecting only the essential, basic information about the buyers / users / travelers necessary to fulfill our obligations. Obligation 2 DOOR d.o.o. is to inform buyers of how they use the data they collect, regularly giving customers the choice of using their data, including the ability to decide whether or not to remove their name from the lists used for marketing campaigns. All customer information is strictly kept and only accessible to employees who are required to do this. All employees of the company 2 DOOR d.o.o. and business partners are responsible for adhering to the privacy principles.
2 DOOR d.o.o. reserves the right to make changes to the General Terms at any time. Changes take effect on the day of publication on the page. The continued access to the site or the use of any part of its content will be deemed to be in accordance with the amended or amended General Terms.
2 DOOR d.o.o. reserves the right, at any time and without prior notice, to modify, supplement or terminate any part of its business, including the Site, or any part thereof, services, sub-sites or services provided through them.
The Internet dispute settlement platform is a unique entry point that enables European consumers and marketers to resolve disputes over domestic and cross-border purchases over the Internet. This is achieved by referring disputes to national bodies for alternative dispute resolution that are linked to the platform and which Member States have chosen in accordance with the quality criteria notified by the European Commission.