Czech republic dating sites
The site does not just include foreigners living in Prague but also Czechs and people planning to come to Prague in the future.
The Classified section (select ‘Personal´) is another useful way to meet other English-speakers living in Prague.
But for those interested in meeting foreigners is a good option.
Lucy, a 27-year-old financial controller from the Czech Republic, and Gunther, a 30-year-old Sales Manager from Mexico, met online. “We talked for four hours the first time we met on the site.” After meeting in person in Paris, the couple decided that they wanted to live together and Lucy moved to Mexico.
The biggest site in Europe is Meetic ( which has 525,000 subscribers.
Living in a foreign country adds an extra problem for those who are chasing cupid.
The concept is that an equal number of men and women are put into a café or bar and given a series of ‘dates,´ each a few minutes long.
Women sit at small tables while the men rotate, moving to a new table when a bell rings. If two daters both express interest in each other they are told and contact details are exchanged.
Meetic has a separate “flirting site” for 18- to 25-year-olds called Superlov, and a matchmaking site, Ulteem, for singles over 40.
The largest worldwide dating site, ( dropped its Czech language site in 2006 due to lack of interest, so there are a limited number of users in this country.