Dos and don'ts for dating a Spanish woman
Alex Dunham · 3 Oct 2013, 15:07
Published: 03 Oct 2013 15:07 GMT+02:00
Are you an expat man looking to find love in Spain? In this week's The Local List, we give you the lowdown on how to impress the Spanish señoritas and how not to put your foot in it.
If you're a foreigner with a love of Latin ladies but you don't have a clue about how to get them to like you, read up!
We've spoken to both expats and locals who have lived abroad about what makes Spanish women tick and how they're different from other ladies around the world.
From not criticizing their families to always allowing them to come out on top in arguments, The Local has selected the top ten dos and don'ts for dating Spanish women.
Dim the lights and let the fiery Spanish romance begin!
By the way, The Local will be giving tips for dating Spanish men soon.
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