Welcome to Think Athens.
Think Athens is a web platform that collects and presents the best-of “good life” activities in Athens, plus all other information that a visitor needs for a few-day trip, in the shape of city break agendas. “Good life” expresses the broad spectrum of all activities linked to arts and culture, extending to – among else – gastronomical, lifestyle and entertainment experiences.
The present Terms and Conditions constitute the rules and conditions for the use of the website «http://www.thinkathens.com». The Terms and Conditions concern and govern all aspects of the use of http://www.thinkathens.com. The present Terms and Conditions may change from time to time and at any time, and without prior notice.
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY. In case of disagreement, you should refrain from visiting the website and form using its services. By visiting the website of Think Athens you unconditionally accept the said Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree with them, then you have to refrain from using the services of Think Athens and from visiting the website.
The terms “website”, “platform”, “we”, “us”, “our” and “Think Athens” refer to Urban Trips LTD, a UK registered company, and to the website http://www.thinkathens.com (called “Think Athens”). The term “you” refers to the visitor/user of http://www.thinkathens.com.
The content presented in the website is for informative purposes only, while it may be regularly updated and amended.
Think Athens concerns mainly the city of Athens, but it may also extend to popular touristic destinations around Athens (Delphi, islands of the Saronic Gulf, etc.).
The presentation of all activities and events that take place in Athens is not in the purposes of Think Athens.
Think Athens as an idea and as a website with particular content and form of offered services belongs to the legal representative of Urban Trips LTD, is registered by notarial act in Greece and is therefore protected by the relevant provisions of the national and European Community law on the protection of industrial and intellectual property. The content, the form and the services of this website are property of Think Athens and its affiliates or licensors.
The sale, copy, modification, reproduction, lease, rental, loan, distribution or creation of derivative works based on the above content, in whole or in part is prohibited. Think Athens, however, reserves the right to do so with the prior and separate written agreement between Urban Trips LTD and anyone concerned.
Cases where a single copy of part of the content is saved on a personal computer for personal but not public or commercial use, without deleting the mark of origin from this website and without infringing the relevant intellectual and industrial property rights in any way, shall be excluded.
Think Athens does not claim copyright from the featured websites and proposals.
USE OF THE WEBSITE AND SERVICES
The visit and navigation in the website is free for the user.
The user is responsible for any damage that is caused due to bad or improper use of the services offered by Think Athens. The user shall make use of the services only for lawful purposes and in a way that does not restrict or obstruct or impair the use of services by third parties.
It is not allowed to reproduce, copy, sell, resell or exploit in any way and for any commercial or non-commercial purpose any portion, use or access to the services (including content, advertising and software). Think Athens, however, reserves the right to do so with the prior and separate written agreement between Urban Trips LTD and anyone concerned.
The user expressly and unconditionally accepts sole liability for any intervention to the content and consequences of said intervention, including any loss or damage of any kind and of any form sustained by Think Athens.
The formation and download of a concise agenda is free for the user. The user has the right to buy the Premium Agenda.
The present Terms and Conditions apply to the goods and services sold by the “Urban Trips LTD”, registered in London, United Kingdom via its e-shop (called “e-shop”).
To make an order, the user only needs to buy a Premium Agenda. Any information submitted will remain absolutely confidential. Think Athens reserves the right to use this information for the communication of news and updates on the products and services.
Submission of electronic order
The order of the products and/or services is completed with the submission of the specific order form via pushing the button “Pay with PayPal”. With the submission, the user expressly and unconditionally declares clear understanding of below information:
– The main features of the goods and/or services ordered, as these are described in the e-shop. Think Athens has no responsibility in case the user missed to get sufficiently informed on the above.
– The contact details of the company.
– The total cost of the products and/or services ordered, including VAT and any other tax.
– The conditions, the exemptions, the deadline and the procedures for the exercise of the right of withdrawal.
– Where the consumer exercises his right of withdrawal after having made use of it, the consumer undertakes to pay the reasonable cost to the company
– Where a right of withdrawal is not provided in accordance with the law, the information that the consumer will not have a right of withdrawal or, where applicable, the circumstances under which the consumer loses his right of withdrawal.
– Where applicable, recourse to extrajudicial complaint and redress mechanism, to which the supplier belongs, and how to access it.
– The obligation of payment with the submission of order.
The submission of the order to the company constitutes proposal for purchase of the ordered goods and statement of acceptance of all costs mentioned in the order. If there is no information or acceptance, then the user is entitled to reimbursement of this payment.
Confirmation of online order placement – Liability
The company bears no responsibility for the order unless the user receives the confirmation of order placement.
Limitations of Liability:
In accordance with good faith and fair dealing, the company is not obliged to accept orders and to conclude the sale of products and / or services, which, due to a typographical or computer error, appear in the e-shop with an incorrect price, i.e. lower or higher than the price in force for the period in question. If such error is found only in a part of the ordered products, the order shall be valid, shall be performed normally for other products and shall be considered uncompleted for products with an incorrect price. The exception is the case where the ordered goods are relevant, are to be used as a whole and operate as a unit with each other and the consumer declares that a partial fulfillment of the order does not serve his/her needs or interests, so the company shall cancel the entire order.
In case of unsolicited goods or services, the unconditional receipt or the failure to inform the company and return the products shall not constitute consent, acceptance or declaration of willingness to purchase. If the company requests the return of the products and the consumer delays to return these products for more than seven (7) calendar days, the refusal shall constitute declaration of willingness to purchase these goods, the order shall be considered as confirmed and the consumer shall pay for them.
If a typographical or computer error in the price is found only in a part of the ordered products, the order shall be valid, shall be performed normally for other products and shall be considered uncompleted for the products with an incorrect price. The exception is the case where the ordered goods are relevant, are to be used as a whole and operate as a unit with each other and the consumer declares that a partial fulfillment of the order does not serve his/her needs or interests, so the company shall cancel the entire order.
Time and Place of Delivery
The time of delivery of sold products and services shall be specified in the order subject to availability, shall be confirmed during the acceptance of the order by the company and shall be no more than 24 hours from the time of the purchase, unless there is a special different agreement made between the parties and confirmed in writing by e-mail.
Force majeure: The company is not responsible for delays in the execution of the order (including delivery) due to circumstances, which are not attributable to the fault of the company, or due to force majeure and therefore the company is entitled to extend the execution time. Examples include strikes, terrorist activities, war, exchange rate fluctuations, governmental or legislative acts and natural disasters. If such events last more than two (2) months, either party without compensation may terminate the sales contract. If the consumer is no longer interested in the execution of the order, she/he shall be entitled to terminate the sales contract, the company shall reimburse the price and any other amount paid under the sales contract.
The place of delivery of the order shall be the consumer`s email address.
Payments are made by credit or debit card via Paypal.
Right of withdrawal from distance contracts under Law 2251/1994 (as amended by Joint Ministerial Decision Ζ1-891/2013)
In accordance with Article 3l of Law 2251/1994 as in force and as Think Athens provides services of reservations and bookings, by purchasing them the user agrees that he loses the right of withdrawal after the execution of the purchase and once the contract is fully executed by the company.
Exceptions to the Right of Withdrawal under par. 6
The right of withdrawal under Article 4 § 10 of Law 2251/1994 shall not apply:
– In case that the product has been purchased and paid at a natural store and, in addition, if the products have been received from a natural store, as such sale is not considered a distance sale.
– For service contracts after full provision of the service, if the execution has begun with the consumer’s prior consent and with the acknowledgment by the consumer of losing the right of withdrawal once the contract is fully performed by the company.
– In case that the supply of digital content which is not supplied on a tangible medium has begun with the consumer’s prior consent and with the acknowledgment by the consumer of losing the right of withdrawal.
The European and Greek Law shall govern contracts concluded through the e-shop. In particular, laws that regulate issues concerning applicable law, e-commerce, distance selling and consumer protection. If the user visits the website from the country of his habitual residence, the 1980 Rome Convention on the law applicable to contractual obligations applies.
Any dispute which may arise and which derives from the contractual relationship between the Company and the Customer shall be resolved under the jurisdiction of the competent Courts of Athens. For settling disputes out-of-court, user shall address to competent bodies of out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes, e.g. to the Secretariat-General of the Ministry of Development and Competitiveness (Kaniggos Sq., 10181, Athens, www.efpolis.gr, tel.: 1520, fax: 2103843549), to Consumers` Omhudsman (www.synigoroskatanaloti.gr, Boul. Alexandras 144, 114 71, Athes, tel.: 2106460734, fax: 2106460414), to Committees of Amicable Settlement of Consumer Disputes (Article 11 of Law 2251/1994) based on local Municipalities of the country.
According to Directive 2013/11 / EC, which was incorporated into the Greek legislation by Joint Ministerial Decision 70330/2015, there is a provision for online dispute resolution via the Alternative Dispute Resolution process throughout the European Union. If the user has a problem with a purchase conducted from the e-shop and resides in the EU, she can use this site https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/?event=main.home.show for the out-of-court settlement of the dispute. A certified for this purpose Body of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is: European Consumer Centre in Greece (ECC GEREECE), 144 Boul. Alexandras, 11 471, Athens, +30 2106460284 +30 2106460784, email@example.com. The Customer can communicate with that body in order to receive guidance for the entire process of submission and processing of his complaint.
It should be underlined that the protection reserved by the provisions of the Law on distance contracts, as well as by these terms, apply only to transactions with individuals that are carried out for purposes which do not relate to their trade, craft, business or profession.
If any part of the sales contract in accordance with these Terms is found void or inapplicable by a court decision, the rest of the contract shall continue to apply. The company may enter into an agreement for the assignment of its obligations to an appropriate third party. The Customer shall not be entitled to assign or transfer his rights or obligations.
All notifications shall be made in writing (by hand, by e-mail, fax or a letter via first class mail, which shall be deemed to be delivered at the expiry of 48 hours after posting).
These terms represent information of Clause 3b of Law 2251/1994.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Think Athens is not liable towards the user or other third parties deriving rights from the user for any damage, direct or consequential or indirect, or any other form, regardless of the specific name, form and cause thereof, for any legal or civil or penal claims, or for any damage caused by visitors to the website or third parties, due to causes relating to the operation or non-operation and/or the use of the website and/or any unauthorized interventions by third parties to information provided via the website.
We make every possible effort to ensure the sound operation of www.thinkathens.com. However, we are not able to guarantee that the functions of the website or its servers or the third parties’ websites linked to Think Athens shall be unfailing or free of any faults, viruses or similar elements. The user accepts sole liability of the risk with regard to the quality and performance of the service, as well as to the accuracy and completeness of the content.
ADVERTISEMENTS – SPONSORSHIPS
Think Athens content is independent. However, some of the individual pages of Think Athens or the services that it provides or may provide in the future may be supported by advertising resources and/or sponsorships and may present advertisements and promotions. The user will always be notified about the content that is sponsored with the note “sponsored listing” or other identifiable remark.
The user expressly and unconditionally accepts that Think Athens shall be able to place and/or show advertisements in the scope of this website.
The manner, method, extent and aesthetics of the presentation of the advertisements and sponsorships by Think Athens is at the sole discretion of the website and is subject to any changes at any time without prior notification.
Nothing provided in the form of an advertisement for the users/visitors via the website shall in any case, directly or indirectly, constitute encouragement, advice or prompting to perform any action, but is subject to the discretion of the users/visitors to assess anything provided to them and to act on the basis of their own will, excluding any liability on Think Athens.
Think Athens contains referrals through links, hyperlinks or advertising banners to third party websites.
The availability, content, personal data protection policy, quality and integrity of services of these websites is not subject to the control of Think Athens. Think Athens in no case shall bear any liability whatsoever for the content and functions of any third party website, which are available to the user/visitor via links, hyperlinks or banners.
The user accepts expressly and unconditionally that Think Athens shall not be liable for any loss or damage, regardless of the specific cause, the name and form, which he may have sustained as a result of the availability of the above third party websites or resources, or resulting from any trust exhibited in the integrity, accuracy or existence of any advertising, product or other material contained or available on the above websites or resources.
More specifically, Think Athens does not bear any responsibility for the incorrect indication or the cancellation of an event presented in the website. Neither is it responsible for the modification of any event details, such as the location, date, time or price of the event without prior notification to the user. Think Athens reproduces, distributes and recommends to the users events, the compliance accuracy of which rests solely with the organizer of the events. Any claims by the user/visitor due to the cancellation of the event or the modification of any event details for which the website could not be timely updated, should be addressed to the event organizer.
To create, updated and send an agenda to the user, Think Athens collects and keeps below personal information, only with the consent and approval of the user/visitor requested simply and directly in due time:
– Date and time of arrival and departure for the particular trip for which the visitor uses Think Athens services
– User’s e-mail address
No other personal information is requested by the user at any point of their interaction with Think Athens.
By voluntarily entering above personal information, you provide to Think Athens your express and unconditional consent and approval to collect, use and process them.
The management and protection of the personal information of the visitor/user of Think Athens services are subject to the terms of this section and to the relevant provisions of Law 3471/2006, as well as of Law 2472/1997 on the protection of individuals with respect to personal data, as supplemented by the decisions of the President of the Privacy Commission, the PD 207/1998 and 79/2000 and Article 8 of Law 2819/2000 and Directives 95/46 / EC and 97/66 / EC. The company is entirely compliant with the Law 2016/679. The user enjoys all rights that derive from this law.
Think Athens can use and/or promote some or all of this information to third parties for the conduction of demographic research or for other purposes, including promotional and advertisement purposes, that do not affect the rights of the visitor/user. The visitor/user consents to the collection, storage and forwarding of the data.
You may be informed any time of your personal information collected and processed by Think Athens, as well as you may inform us of any amendment, correction or deletion thereof, by sending an e-mail to the Data Protection Officer, Eirini Cheimoniti, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you use Think Athens service, we may send one or more cookies – small text files containing a string of alphanumeric characters – to your device. We may use both session cookies and persistent cookies. A session cookie disappears after you close your browser. A persistent cookie remains after you close your browser and may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to the service. We may use third party cookies on our service as well. For instance, we use Google Analytics to collect and process certain analytics data.
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JURISDICTION – APPLICABLE LAW
The present Terms and Conditions comprise a legally binding agreement between the user and Think Athens.
Non exercise by Think Athens of any of its rights, claims or remedies does not constitute a waiver of such rights, claims and remedies.
The courts of Athens, Greece shall have sole jurisdiction for the resolution of any dispute which may arise relevant to these Terms and Conditions.
In the event of invalidity of any provision of these terms, the said term ceases to have effect and shall be removed from the present Terms and Conditions, without in any way affecting the validity of the remaining terms.
In case you have any question on the above Terms and Conditions, please contact us at email@example.com.