The family is the center of the social structure in Slovakia and, together with close friends; it forms the basis of financial and emotional support for a lucky partner. Obligation to the family is a man’s number one priority and he treats a woman with great respect. So be prepared that he will hold the door for you, carry your bag of groceries, and be courteous at all times. These men usually are also loving, cheerful and caring people, unlike the often calculating and individualistic men of the West. Slovaks are educated as well and are defined by two primary traits: an obsession with good food and close knit families who like to share and celebrate everything together. These men are a good catch!
The Slovak Republic is a Catholic country in Central Europe. It became an independent state in January 1993 after Czechoslovakia split into its two constituent parts. Slovakia is a high-income, advanced economy and is part of the European Union, Eurozone, Schengen Area, and NATO. The country is rich in natural beauty, (rugged mountains with vast forests and pastures), has a vivid history and many opportunities for relaxation and recreation. The climate is temperate and generally warm in the summer and cold, cloudy, and humid in the winter. It is interesting to note that Slovak, as a written language, did not exist until the end of the 18th Century.