Reserved and conservative This is maybe why so many of you have told us that it’s hard to meet an Austrian in the first place.
One French reader, Valerie, says Austrian men don't know the first thing about seduction, and she misses flirtation and men making eye contact with her on the street. Shy and not that good at flirting Katia Farias, a Brazilian journalist and blogger who lives in Vienna and has been married to an Austrian for five years says he is “funny, loyal, and kind” but warns that it may take some perseverance to snag your Austrian man as they are hopeless at flirting and tend to give off an “I’m not interested” signal.
The following article will show you what you have to deal with in the country of the Krauts and how you can use the local dating customs to thrive and succeed.
I am going to share all the information you need to succeed with a blond beauty with blue eyes and I don’t apologize for what I am about to say. I guess he has neither seen a picture of Angela Merkel, nor a picture of Claudia Roth.
Discounting some of the more bitter responses - “weird and psychotic” or “hard work and volatile” we have put together a list of nine things which might help you understand the Austrian psyche before you embark on a date.
We’ve tried to avoid the obvious stereotypes, and apologise for any offense we might inadvertently cause.
When he fails to flirt back, don’t immediately assume he is not interested.
Here's a list of nine things to know before dating an Austrian.If you believe the media then this is apparently the case but for most singles in Germany this isn’t so.What’s really absurd is that men want women, women want men – there are more singles than ever before – so where then, does the problem lie?You often hear and read the statement ‘There are more single people today than ever before’.Of course, this is not completely accurate, but when you pay a bit more attention to life in a German city, then you can let this sentence through on the nod.