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Berlin’s reputation as a city of openness makes it attractive to those looking for love.But does the availability of casual hook-ups make having long-term relationships in the city unachievable, or even unnecessary?The tale of Berlin’s singles is not one of isolation and lack of fulfilment - social interaction and sex are there for the taking.Rather, it is about choosing not to compromise – not to miss out on what the city offers.This is what the German love-seekers had to say: 1.We don't all look like Diane Kruger Germans are not all tall, blonde and blue-eyed like Claudia Schiffer and Diane Kruger, or Thomas Kretschmann and Ralf Möller. We like expanding our horizons Germans are open-minded about meeting new people from different nationalities.
English, French and Italian profiles are as easy to find as those in German.
“Dating someone from another country can be quite a challenge when you live abroad, especially if you aren't familiar with the culture, the habits and the language,” Jessica Dreyer, who runs the matchmaking service US Love Wiesbaden, tells The Local.
“In my position as an American-German matchmaker in Germany, I know about Americans' questions and insecurities over dating a local, but I also register the huge interest in finding a local sweetheart." SEE ALSO: 10 beautiful ways to express your love in German Dreyer put her head together with members of her dating service to come up with the most important reasons to date a German, and some tips on how to deal with the cultural differences.
“Only since coming here have I been interested in having flings,” she said.
And the growth of online dating services has made these encounters both instantaneous and more plentiful.
There appears, though, to be something about people living in the capital that makes them unwilling to be tied down.