Take German expat Lena*, a leggy blonde: she noticed that since moving to Zurich, she has not been hit on much in bars.“I mainly get approached by Spanish guys,” she admits, adding that she thinks Swiss men must be too arrogant or too scared to speak to women.Love is like a wonderful feeling of Good, obedient, love adventures Love family, shopping, travelling.sports, fitness Lived and grew up in Moscow, moved to Switzerland A tall slender girl with beautiful long hair, kind, sympathetic, and gambling. I find culture so very interesting and distinct in this area. I'm married and definitely not looking, but I did have a funny experience nevertheless.
Although, many say there are no fixed 'rules' for dating in Switzerland unlike in other countries, such as when to call or get intimate.
Or join a club for your interests (for me its triathlon club, mountain bike club etc) that way you're guaranteed someone with similar interests to you and it may last longer...
Sometimes, I feel like taking a tub of Jenson & Nicholson mixed paint and liberally sprinkling it as I walk down the street. Of course that would get me deported faster than I could say "Kalani" Now I am not particularly looking or chomping at the bit for a relationship but since I find Swiss men so conservative and "strange" as we could so call them, I was wondering if anyone has had some funny experiences with Swiss men or women?
Understanding Swiss dating culture can do wonders for your love life.
A relationship with anyone from another culture can be complex, as each culture puts different values on which qualities make someone a desirable partner.