The Best Cities For Dating, According to the Amount of Tinder Users

When looking for love (or something in between), most people turn to Tinder. With over 75 million active monthly users, Tinder ranks among the largest dating apps of its time. What’s more, these users can be found around the world, making it a global platform. To find out which cities have the most Tinder users, we turned to World Population Review and MoveHub. Here, we learned exactly which destinations are ideal when it comes to swiping. Complete with diverse populations, lively social scenes, and excellent date spots, these cities are a match for those looking for romance. 

São Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo has a huge number of active Tinder users who contribute to Brazil’s whopping total of 10 million registered accounts. One of the reasons for this? São Paulo has endless great date options that include world-class dining, shopping, and cool outdoor attractions. For a great date in São Paulo, start by visiting Parque Ibirapuera, a huge park with gardens, lakes, and museums. Another good spot is Rua Oscar Freire, known as one of the most luxurious shopping streets in Brazil. For dinner, head to D.O.M., one of the city’s top-rated restaurants offering innovative Brazilian cuisine by renowned chef Alex Atala

Mexico City, Mexico

These days, it feels like everyone is heading to Mexico City, making it a great place to start swiping. (Of the dating apps used here, Tinder has the most users overall.) In terms of an ideal date, Mexico City has a few different options. Those seeking romantic adventures can explore the historic center, Zócalo. Here, they’ll find the Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace, which they can follow by a walk through the Alameda Central park. For a taste of Mexico’s mouthwatering cuisine, enjoy dinner at Pujol, a world-renowned restaurant with creative, contemporary Mexican food. End the evening with a visit to Xochimilco, where you can float along the canals in brightly colored trajineras, serenaded by mariachi bands.

New York City, USA

With over 7.8 million Tinder users in the U.S., it’s no surprise that New York City has the most people on the app. With its diverse population and vibrant social scene, it’s the ultimate hotspot for Tinder activity​. For a fun day date, start in Central Park. Rent a rowboat on the lake or have a picnic against the backdrop of skyscrapers. For dinner, enjoy a New York staple like Keens Steakhouse, Carbone, John’s of Bleecker Street pizza, Wo Hop, Balthazar, or Katz’s Delicatessen. Afterward, take a walk along The High Line, an elevated park with views of the skyline and Hudson River. To really impress a date, go to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck at Rockefeller Center, where you can see alllll the city lights.

London, UK

With about five million Tinder users, London is an excellent place to find love. When going on a date, start with a visit to the Tower Bridge, where you can take a walk along the Thames River and enjoy views of the city. For a fun culinary experience, head to sketch, a cool restaurant known for its Michelin-starred cuisine and colorful interiors. After dinner, head to the South Bank for a ride on the London Eye, where you can share a private capsule and enjoy a glass of champagne.

Paris, France

Thanks to the city’s romantic reputation, Paris is popular among Tinder users. When planning a date here, lean into the romantic angle–it just might pay off. Begin your date at the Eiffel Tower, heading to the top for incredible views and a drink at the bar. Afterward, walk along the Seine River, crossing the Pont des Arts, or ‘Lovers’ Bridge.’ From there, head to Montmartre and explore the quaint streets and the iconic Sacré-Cœur Basilica. End your day with a romantic dinner at Le Moulin de la Galette, a classic Parisian restaurant with delicious cuisine in a cozy, intimate atmosphere. 

Sydney, Australia

Sydney has a large number of Tinder users, reflecting Australia’s overall significant presence on the app. With its stunning harbor, iconic landmarks, and vibrant cultural scene, there are a ton of romantic experiences for (soon-to-be) couples. Begin your date with a visit to the Sydney Opera House, where you can enjoy a live performance. If that’s not your thing, head to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and do the BridgeClimb, a thrilling experience that’ll give you 360-degree views of the skyline and the harbor below. After that, take a walk through the Royal Botanic Garden. Ready for dinner? Head to Quay, one of the city’s best restaurants. If you prefer something more lowkey, try Maybe Sammy, Clam Bar, Bar Vincent, Good Luck Restaurant Lounge, or 10 William St. To top it all off, end your day with a moonlit walk along Bondi Beach.

Other Articles You May Like:

About Hotels Above PAr

My Photo

Subscribe to our newsletter

Privacy Policy