In return, Russian men are very generous, and you’re likely to find them funding their partner’s lifestyle well beyond their first few dates.
They’re also ambitious and will strive for the most success they can get in terms of their work and personal lives.
Unfortunately, in some circumstances, this can be a problem, and one of the main reasons for divorce in Russia is the role of alcohol.
Getting into a relationship with someone from another culture can be complex, as each culture places its own values on which qualities make someone a desirable partner.
For example, what might be considered romantic, attractive or polite in one culture might not be well received in Russia.
With Russia currently having increased tensions with the west, marrying a fellow countryman can seem the safer option for some nationals, according to one survey.
Naturally, language barriers can be a problem when embarking on the dating scene in Russia - and while many people in the big cities speak English, it’s certainly not common everywhere.
As well as being highly domestic, Russian women are fiercely devoted and are more likely to be willing to settle into a family life looking after their husband and children than more career-centred women in other countries.