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How to marry an Italian: Italian dating sites. Part I

I would never have thought that I would touch on dating topics on BlogoItaliano, but demand determines supply. One close friend, who, by the way, married a Swiss, once remarked in a conversation: “Here you have a site about Italy, all kinds of travels, sights ... And the main thing on your site has never been.” Seeing my eyebrows creep up, she laughed for a long time and finally said: "Italy is not only spaghetti, ancient Rome and Florence. It’s also Italian men ..."

I chewed on this thought for a long time in my head, but in the end I thought: why not. Indeed, interest in Italy, indeed, can have a variety of roots, and if someone asks the question "How to marry an Italian," wants to meet the love of his life or just play a little romantic Italian flirting, then why not tell a few sites . Moreover, it seems to me that Italian readers are equally interesting to male readers ...

Having decided that BlogoItaliano would definitely not lose from this, I did a little research and am ready to share the first results. Immediately make a reservation that we did not try to find the largest Italian dating sites (most likely, we will leave those for the second part), but tried to make the choice more diverse. So, Italian dating sites. Part I.

Milanoincontri

Although this italian dating site and it evokes primarily associations with Milan, in fact, all regions of Italy are represented on it. Anyone can register. However, given that the site is aimed at living on the Apennines, during the registration process you will have to trick a little, choosing also one of the Italian regions as your place of residence. With other alternatives it’s a little tough.

All regions of Italy are represented on the dating site Milanoincontri

Another disadvantage: among the language options available to the user, the choice is also small - exclusively Italian. However, the browser translator copes with this difficulty with a bang, and many Italians speak English pretty well. Of course, these inconveniences are not encouraging, but, on the other hand, if the question is, how to marry an italian, then where else to look for them, if not on the original Italian site.

Register on the site and start communication here.

Datingbox

One more italian dating site, but, let's say, with a more international implication. So, in addition to Italian, English, French and Spanish were also added to possible language options. Yes, and with permanent residence you can not particularly fantasize - the system allows you to specify the real place of residence.

Datingbox dating site exists since 2008

Of course, here the density of Italians per square pixel of the screen is slightly lower than in the first version, but it remains quite high: the site has existed since 2008, so the user base is quite level. In the end, those who do not live on the Apennines can simply be cut off with a filter.

Register on the site and start communication here.

Millionairebuddies

I must say right away that this is not quite an Italian dating site ... Rather, even not Italian in principle. He is international, but got on our list thanks to one distinguishing feature - Millionairebuddies is focused on dating millionaires. So for those who are not only wondering, how to marry an italian, but also wants the chosen one to be secured, it makes sense to pay special attention to him.

The site Millionairebuddies is interesting to everyone who wants a chosen one to be wealthy

I don’t know how much the organizers manage to gather such a specific audience on it, but they will definitely ask you for the annual income level during registration, and the “minimum” here starts from 100,000 evergreens. However, if your income is less, and you indicate "what the eye will fall on," then this does not affect the registration process. It is noteworthy that in the same column of income, you can specify and "search for support." So those who do not plan to work, but do not like to lie, will also find their cherished option here.

You can get to know the site better and start searching for your own millionaire here.

Watch the video: Italian Women: How to date woman from Italy? (December 2019).

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