Dating czech women
But for the Czech, the proper greeting is a kiss on the cheek.
Offering your hand for a handshake might come across as too business-like and for someone pursuing a romantic interest, this is not the air you are going for.
This attribute attracts many western men as Czech women are very feminine, fashionable and very slender.
But when you start dating Czech women, what are the basic things to avoid, to make a good impression? In the western world, a handshake is the norm when meeting a person for the first time.
A single rose or a bouquet of tulips will be much appreciated.
And a lot of other beautiful flowers are available as gifts.
Men in Prague, similar to their women, value appearances. They only usually dress casually for sports and barbeques.
When going on a date, especially on your first date, dress well. Dress in well fitting, pressed clothes showing that you put in an effort for the date.
So you’ve decided to date more Czech women and wonder how to get the best results.
Suffice to say, the days of simply flashing a foreign passport and expecting to charm someone are probably over – if it ever were that simple. As with any occasion other than a funeral, an odd number is required. But, and it’s a big but, the conventional wisdom is that men should pay and it is expected. “If opening a door outward, a man opens it stands between [the door and the woman] and turns towards the woman or even goes first.
Except in very rare circumstances, a kiss, usually a peck on the cheek, is not only the norm, it’s expected. Any thought you put in is going to be appreciated and florists seem to carry a great range. According to Ladislav Špaček, a Czech etiquette expert, even a small gift is acceptable. On the subject of paying, asking around and checking out forums on the Internet suggests that things are not so clear.
But keep in mind to keep the number of flowers you give odd numbered.
This is because, like most Eastern European countries, even numbered flowers are usually given during funerals or are dedicated to the dead. Mums are beautiful, but in Prague, they are usually flowers given for the dead.