Romania has a very small online dating scene much like Bulgaria and Estonia.
There are the usual sites that you can try like or which have quite a few members in Romania, but I tend to prefer the location-specific sites rather than the ones that have members worldwide.
Men or women can ask each other out, and although it is nice to have your parent's approval, it is not necessary in order to date other people in Romania.
There are a few real blondes here and there, and while most girls won't have the striking aesthetic pop of light hair and blue eyes, I don't have any complaints really.
- For a capital city in a large sized european country, there aren't many foreigners at all.
One of the most popular ways to meet singles is through Internet dating services.
There are many online dating sites; some require a membership fee while just as many do not.
Also sites like and have a ton of low quality profiles, which means that you will waste a lot of time separating the wheat from the chaff.
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