It’s easy to understand why Isabella Mariani prefers the dating scene in Chile.She met her husband there, in Santiago, where she lived in 2015.
” Things are more straightforward when it comes to dating in Germany, says Jessica Parker, 33, who splits her time between NYC and Berlin.
It took the freelance publicist, who grew up on the Upper East Side, a while to get used to that.
“There’s no conversation around like ‘What is this?
’” Often, people meet through friends, even with online dating: “In Greece now, people meet through mutual friends on Facebook, not dating apps,” she says.
She also experienced some romances that began on the dance floor.
“It’s easy right away to see someone’s intentions when they’re dancing salsa with you,” says the 24-year-old Upper East Side resident.
But especially for women of a certain age, men “are looking for someone much younger.” “In London, age and stage are important,” she says, adding that men there want women who are in the same phase of their lives as they are.
When it came to dating in New York as a 30-something executive in private equity, Dan Rochkind had no problem snagging the city’s most beautiful women.
Expats and global travelers say it’s typically harder to date here than anywhere else, given the ultracompetitive environment.
Going out, hookups and relationships in countries and cities around the world are not exactly the same as what singles experience in New York City.
Although it’s hot, hot, hot on the Caribbean island, a date there may be anything but.