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This also means that joining clubs and similar group events is an ideal way to interact with Swiss women and men – real connections are what count in Switzerland.
The Swiss are known to be reserved and relatively conservative in the dating scene.
Swiss women and men are not reknown for being the most chatty, outgoing or spontaneous when meeting strangers for the first time.
They tend to be quiet and discreet, which also means you shouldn’t spill your most intimate stories on the first encounter or ask probing questions about their job or family.
Friendships, in particular, play an important role, where many Swiss women and men feel more comfortable starting small and ‘seeing where things go’.
If no-one makes the first move, it may well turn into a staring contest before anyone strikes up the nerve to start a conversation or openly admit a mutual attraction.
In this way, the Swiss are much more comfortable going for a walk or doing group activities before landing themself on an official ‘date’.
It is also not common to date several people as once, where intimacy generally means a committed relationship, although this isn’t always the case.
Sharing costs on a date is sometimes expected, although it doesn’t meant that Swiss men won’t pay for at least the first date.
Letting a date pay is not necessarily seen as a break in chilvary, but rather as a sign of respect and equality.