Almost every country in the world has its own unique culture, which can be seen in the way that people interact with each other. However, there are some countries that have a particularly romantic culture, which is evident in the things that they do on Valentine’s Day. Here are the ten most romantic nationalities in the world.
Argentines are very passionate and romantic. A typical nation from Latin America, these people have a lot of passion. The perfect expression of Argentine romanticism can be found in the tango, arguably the world’s most sensuous dance, but is detectable in everything from the heady red wines to the sublime football skills of stars such as Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi.
Among the rest of the most charming and romantic nations are the the Swedish people. Their egalitarian approach to romancing offers hope to folk without sultry Latin looks or silver-tongued repartee.
Famed for his well-scrubbed appearance, the secret weapon of the Swedish male is not his golden mane or perfect teeth but his willingness to do his thing with a duster. A recent study of 12 countries by Oxford University economist Almudena Sevilla-Sanz found that Swedish males’ enlightened attitudes toward gender roles make them the best potential husbands in the developed world.
The word “romance” originally meant from or about Rome, which means that, by default, just about anything Italian is considered romantic. In their seduction, Italians have the back up of their beautiful nature, fantastic food and wine, their rich history and melodious language. When Madonna famously sported a T-shirt emblazoned with the slogan “Italians Do It Better” she wasn’t referring to pasta sauce.
French people are famous in the world due to their romantic nature. They truly know the language of love. They are experts on seduction and are absolutely irresistable. These people love life, gourmet food, chocolates and wine. It’s not by chance that Paris is known as the most wanted for romantic excursions city. French people love to talk about love and feel the person next to them truly special.
Brazilians are also here thanks to their romantic appeal. They show no shyness when sex is concerned and throw the brightest and most extravagant carnival ever. The sensuality of the Brazilians can be sensed in their samba dance as well. Anyone who has watched the nation’s football team, caught a samba band or watched the stars above Corcovado in Rio knows, there’s as much emphasis on sensuality as there is on straight-up rumpo.
Spanish people are fourth position in this list. They have reputation of very good lovers. Lively, charming and hot, these people know the true meaning of romance and there is no secret for them when seduction is concerned.
If celebrating Valentine’s Day is any measure of being romantic, Indians are Asia’s most romantic lot with 90 % of them showing affection for their partners on this day. Indians have a history in love. They hold the symbol of enduring love – Taj Mahal - world’s most famous monument and one of the seven wonders of the world.