Before we begin, let’s go beyond the myth that Romanian women are ‘hot and easy’; you have to know most Romanian women are very intelligent, are not looking for a ‘sugar daddy’, are not easy, and many are spiritual/religious and very connected to their families, or to the idea of family.
Keep all these in mind while trying to win her, date and build a relationship with her; she will most likely figure out your agenda if you plan otherwise.
This will be a great foundation for what you’re trying to build.
If you’ve been in Romania for a while, you probably already know most Romanian women like to dress up for many occasions, and the level of ‘dressing up’ varies with the occasion, and of course, with the woman’s personality.
Yes, women keep track of the good and the bad about you, and often speak about these to their friends!
As a foreigner, you might be overwhelmed by the many name days in Romania.But in general, appearance is important for Romanian women, and many like to have impeccable outfits.So better make sure you try to match her style, or at least avoid being in a totally different ballpark than her.If you’re a foreigner in Romania, make sure you use the somehow increased attention you get to your own advantage.Romanians like to learn about other countries and about foreigners in general, and women love it when a potential partner has new information to share with them, and when they can teach them something (without patronizing them! So a very good starting idea would be to share thoughts about your country and fellow countrymen, while at the same time asking for the same kind of information about Romania.First off, if you’re a foreigner trying to get a Romanian woman fall in love with you, and you both live in Romania, the good news is you stand more chances than any potential Romanian male racing to win over the same woman.The truth is Romanians like foreigners, and Romanian women in general will give more attention to foreigners trying to win them over.These are usually Orthodox saint celebrations, and many Romanians are named after saints.Some people make a big case out of it – similarly to their birthday, even throwing dinner parties – while others are not very keen on celebrating. Make sure you ask from the beginning if her name has a certain meaning and if there is a saint she is named after, and then on your own find out when that saint is celebrated. “ (the Romanian version for Happy Birthday, which is also used to say Happy name day!) and bring her flowers on that day, even a small gift if you want (really small, perhaps symbolic).Two name days you will probably learn the hard way – Florii (the Sunday before orthodox Easter) is the name day for anyone named Florin (male name), Florina, Florentina, Florenta, Flora (women names), and anyone with flower names.