The 25 best countries for dating, according to millennials

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Millennials are America’s largest living generation, and given their willingness to travel and live in different parts of the world, they have an unprecedented amount of dating options available to them.

U.S. News & World Report recently released its list of the best countries for dating, according to millennials. The ranking is based off of U.S. News’ larger report on the best countries in the world, which is drawn from surveys of 16,200 citizens from 60 countries on 24 categories, such as adventure, quality of life, and cultural influence. Read more about the methodology here.

The millennial dating ranking is based on the responses from survey takers who are 18 to 35 years old. From those responses, U.S. News’ scored each country on five attributes: friendliness, fun, sexiness, trustworthiness, and approachability.

If you’re looking to jump-start your dating life with a change of scenery, read on for the 25 best countries for dating, according to millennials.


25. Turkey

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Capital: Ankara

Population: 75.9 million

GDP: $822 billion


24. Chile

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Capital: Santiago

Population: 17.8 million

GDP: $277 billion


23. Germany

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Capital: Berlin

Population: 80.9 million

GDP: $3.7 trillion


22. Austria

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Capital: Vienna

Population: 8.5 million

GDP: $428 billion


21. United States

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Capital: Washington, DC

Population: 318.9 million

GDP: $16.8 trillion


20. United Kingdom

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Capital: London

Population: 64.5 million

GDP: $2.7 trillion


19. Japan

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Capital: Tokyo

Population: 127.1 million

GDP: $4.9 trillion


18. Denmark

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Capital: Copenhagen

Population: 5.6 million

GDP: $336 billion


17. Singapore

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Capital: Singapore

Population: 5.5 million

GDP: $298 billion


16. Costa Rica

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Capital: San Jose

Population: 4.8 million

GDP: $49.6 billion


15. Greece

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Capital: Athens

Population: 11 million

GDP: $242 billion


14. Ireland

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Capital: Dublin

Population: 4.6 million

GDP: $232 billion


13. Portugal

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Capital: Lisbon

Population: 10.4 million

GDP: $227 billion


12. Argentina

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Capital: Buenos Aires

Population: 43 million

GDP: $610 billion


11. Sweden

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Capital: Stockholm

Population: 9.7 million

GDP: $580 billion


10. Mexico

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Capital: Mexico City

Population: 125.4 million

GDP: $1.3 trillion


9. France

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Capital: Paris

Population: 66.2 million

GDP: $2.8 trillion


8. Netherlands

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Capital: Amsterdam

Population: 16.9 million

GDP: $854 billion


7. Thailand

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Capital: Bangkok

Population: 67.7 million

GDP: $387 billion


6. Canada

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Capital: Ottawa

Population: 35.5 million

GDP: $1.8 trillion


5. New Zealand

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Capital: Wellington

Population: 4.5 million

GDP: $186 billion


4. Australia

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Capital: Canberra

Population: 23.5 million

GDP: $1.6 trillion


3. Spain

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Capital: Madrid

Population: 46.4 million

GDP: $1.4 trillion


2. Italy

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Capital: Rome

Population: 61.3 million

GDP: $2.1 trillion


1. Brazil

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Capital: Brasilia

Population: 206.1 million

GDP: $2.3 trillion