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As i write this, Autumn has arrived and it is the perfect season to visit some of the city break destinations. Although there has been a rise in the number of tourists visiting this Central European country in recent years, it is not nearly as overcrowded as other Western European places. One of the reasons why I love coming back to this city, besides stunning architecture, laid back atmosphere and great beers, is their girls. This is a Slavic country with a German, Austrian and Hungarian influences that can be best seen in their girls, who have collected the best of all worlds.
Most Czech women are extremely attractive tall, blonde and slim , independent and well-educated, with a unique charm and honest smile. If you want to find out more about Czech girls and how to date them, please read on.
The Czech Republic was like a crossroad for many different nations through their history because of their geographical position. The most prominent facial feature of a Czech girl is the nose. It is usually longaer, sometimes with a small hump but not too big or ugly. This is definitely something that was inherited from Slavic people. Other facial features are a variable mix between Slavic and Western European girls - fuller lips, light to medium skin complexion and light brown hair.
Many Czech girls have green or blue eyes. It is usually subtle and not over-the-top like other Slavic counterparts. Girls from Czechia are also slim and have a great physique. You can definitely see that they eat cleaner and take more care of their health in comparison to Western girls. When it comes to the style of Czech girls, you can see both Eastern and Western European influence again. Some of the girls like to dress more feminine and wear high heels, skirts, and dresses while others are more into a casual style.
All in all, Czech girls are some of the most beautiful European girls with great physique and facial features that will make your head turn on the streets. Although the Czech Republic has successfully broken free from communism, the more traditional culture is still present to some extent. However, this view on a relationship is not as prominent as in the Eastern European neighboring countries.