Singles interested in museums and arts will also get their money’s worth in one of London’s popular museums, including the British Museum or the Museum of Natural History.
With an increasing number of single professional people finding less and less time for socialising, online dating sites are increasingly seen as having the answer.
Parship is a professional dating service that offers its clients an online compatibility test, devised by psychologist, Professor Hugo Schmale, which determines what type of personalities are best suited to each other and therefore cuts down on time wasters by only offering introductions to those who genuinely appear to be mutually compatible.
The test identifies no less than 30 personality traits and is based on well-known psychoanalytical values.
Parship takes the confidentiality of our members very seriously.
Members’ profiles are all checked before they are published online and it is entirely up to each person, once they have been introduced by the service, if and when they wish to disclose their photograph to a prospective partner.
We recognise that a successful long-term relationship is based as much on compatibility as on looks.Dating in London can prove a very arduous process; there is a limit to how many singles bars can be visited by even the most tenacious serial dater.By signing up with Parship, because many of our members are professional people, the introductions are made between like-minded individuals.Busy City workers might like to use one of the many restaurants in Leadenhall Market for their first date.Other possibilities might include a visit to the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition or even a trip to Kew Gardens for a stroll among the beautiful plants and flowers on display.One big advantage of going on a date in London is that the city has so many public places where the nervous first dater can always be in earshot of other people - and should the date not work out at least it will have taken place in an interesting location.