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Although, many say there are no fixed 'rules' for dating in Switzerland unlike in other countries, such as when to call or get intimate.Still, Swiss people have their own style and manners. When you meet someone you like — a salesperson or someone seated next to you at a lunch counter — take the initiative and ask for an email address.
Also see: Be a Better Friend Not only do you have fewer opportunities to meet new people, but "there's also a little more resistance to forming new relationships later in life, and your skills can get a bit rusty," says Marla Paul, author of The Friendship Crisis: Finding, Making, and Keeping Friends When You're Not a Kid Anymore. So if watching Grey's Anatomy is the highlight of your week, or you find yourself enthusiastically chatting with telemarketers, you probably need to make some new connections. "Nobody wears a sign that says 'I'm looking for a friend,' but there are a lot of people out there in the same boat," Paul says. Accept invitations, even if you suspect it won't be the night of your life. If someone doesn't call you back immediately, don't assume they simply don't like you.
They may not be known as the most romantic nation, but according to reports the Swiss are the best travel companions.
They never get stressed, nervous or angry when flights are delayed or hotel bookings lost or any kind of disaster strikes.
Being late to a date is a big turn-off to Swiss men and women; this also means being ready in advance if you're getting picked up – you can expect your date to be on your doorstep early.
While online dating is present in Switzerland, it's not perhaps as widely talked about as in some other countries and not necessarily considered a serious way to form relationships.