Where are all the eligible bachelors?

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Where do all the eligible bachelors hang out? We’ve found the top 10 cities in the world for those looking to meet their mate, or perhaps just hoping to enjoy a holiday fling.

Shanghai, China – If the Shanghai mothers sitting in the parks, advertising their offspring for marriage on their umbrellas are anything to go by – there are bachelors aplenty here!

London, England – although the weather is less than inviting, the energy and culture of London attracts some fine chaps.

Frankfurt, Germany – with its spa culture and co-gender saunas, you may have to compete with the local leggy blondes who stroll in for a Sunday steam, but your Aussie charm is sure to be a winner.

Hong Kong, China – Amazing food, big boats and host to the Rugby 7s – a haven for single guys if you like beer swilling rugby types

New York City, USA – boasting the best clubs, bars, theatres and museums, finding an eligible bachelor is as easy as getting a slice of great pizza.

Barcelona, Spain – everyone is single in Barcelona, they hang out in the streets til all hours of the night drinking, eating, kissing wildly, arguing loudly and gesticulating madly.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – if you can rock a thong (bathers not footwear sadly) or look anything like supermodel Gisele Bundchen, there’s plenty of South American bachelors looking for you in Rio.

Sydney, Australia – with perfect weather and sandy beaches, you’re sure to find a single Adonis sunning himself at Bondi.

Dublin, Ireland – attracted by all that Guinness and the chance to ‘have the craic’, Dublin is where you will find a fun-loving single lad.

Vancouver, Canada – there are plenty of fish in this waterside wonderland. You’ll find an abundance of outdoorsy types, with a fair share of ski bunnies at nearby Whistler.

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