If your heart is set on successfully dating Dutch women, I’ll tell you seven things you need to know about dating these dominant (but hotter than freshly fried frites) Amazonian warrior women.Here are 7 critical things you need to know about dating Dutch women. When we first arrived we were a bit overwhelmed by the language barrier, the logistics of getting things done, and number of tourists in the city center.We also found Prague to be incredibly efficient when it comes to dealing with those day to day things that at first seemed a challenge. Just off the Old Town Square, this tower is one of the city’s most famous attractions.In France, Germany and Belgium, it's common for the man to ask a woman out, but in Switzerland, the men can be a little reserved so women might want to give them a nudge.For French men, it's all about the chase, and playing ‘hard to get' is part of the game.4 comments The dating game can be hard enough in your home country, and even trickier if you're navigating an international dating scene without knowing how the game is played.
In Prague, the narrower river between the Old Town and Lesser Town makes the scene more appealing – stand on either side and you’ll see a skyline of domes,spires, monuments and towers. In Budapest the views are less attractive: the Pest side has tram lines and boats docked along the shore, along with a mix of old and modern (some not so attractive) buildings. I almost went with Budapest but then I remembered just how spectacular Prague’s Castle District is as a whole. And although Fisherman’s Bastion has great views and the Royal Palace is beautiful, Prague’s St. No kidding, it’s like stepping into a Disney movie full of colourful gingerbread houses.
Visit it when it chimes on the hour and keep an eye on your valuables – this is the favorite spot of Prague’s pickpockets. Its very touristy and the tours on offer at the Information office are, in our opinion, a tourist trap. Vitus, walk the Golden Lane, stroll through the Gardens for great views of the city.
Then walk outside the Castle Gates and explore Castle Square.
Now this post might upset some, and if as a result I’m grabbed by a group of angry Dutch women, and am taken to my own personal hell, the drie dwaze dagen sale at de Bijenkorf, and am forced to carry their bags while they scream at me “IK ZEG SKINNY JEANS, DIT IS EEN BOOTCUT JIJ IDIOOT.” I’ll say to my enemies, “no need to be so aggressive, I was just telling it like it is.”The things I do for my readers!
As Grandmaster Flash once said in the song White Lines, ‘don’t, don’t, don’t do it! Even after 10 years in the land of deep fried cuisine, I still can’t break the habit of opening doors for women.
Besides being a stupendously beautiful city, it is an easy city to live in; full of pretty cafes, lively bars, peaceful parks, and a wonderful transportation system. But you can’t see Prague without a visit to this square.