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Before you start meeting Polish singles, you need to be aware of the dating culture of Poland. Else you might be setting yourself up for a big surprise or embarrassment in front of your Polish date. The main difference between Polish dating and British, American or German dating is that dating in Poland takes a more traditional approach when it comes to manners and dating etiquette. Below are some key Polish customs about manners and dating etiquette. This is to give you an idea about how dating in Poland is like. Note that this talks in general terms, there might be instances where the Polish man or woman you’re dating has different preferences.

The first custom is about time and scheduling. You should always be on time when arriving on a date with a Polish. Lateness in Poland is seen as a sign of bad manners and poor etiquette. Don’t be more than fifteen minutes late. If you can’t make it on time, text or call to let him/her know.

The second, and major Polish dating custom is about chivalry. If you’re dating a Polish woman, you’re expected to be a gentleman and chivalrous. You’re expected to pay for the date, open doors and allow her to go first, pull her chair out for her to sit and bring a small gift on your arrival, it could be a flower or a small box of chocolates. If she came with a heavy bag, containing let’s say groceries, you’re expected to carry the bag while you move from one place to another.

Don’t make ignorant remarks about Poland. This is a huge turnoff. When you’re in doubt, ask questions. Should your date criticize Poland, it’s better not to join in. Most Polish people don’t consider it attractive when you talk about how much money and material possessions you have. Do well to stay away from this topic.

You're expected to drop off your date at a reasonable location he/she desires if you arrived by car and he/she didn’t. Failure to do this may send signals that you’re unfriendly. As the man, remember the door opening and holding also applies to car doors. If neither of you arrived by your own car, you’re expected to escort your Polish date to the tram/bus stop and that's where you two will part. This happens when he/she comes to your city/town for the date. He/she will most likely escort you if you go to his/hers. Usually parting is done with a kiss on the cheek.

Polish people value home and family very much. Be prepared to meet the family members of your Polish date and expect lots of fun, food, and laughter during the celebration of name days, birthdays and holidays. We wish you every success and lots of happiness!