All-in-all, Sukker is a great site, full of quality, genuine profiles that you can feel safe to communicate and share your information with.The only drawback to Sukker is that it is a Norwegian service through and through.It is ridiculously expensive, so try to be selective who you lay out the red carpet for.
Known under the name of ”Castello degli Albezi“ and protected by cultural heritage.
The work of a renowned Italian interior decorator, it includes a magnificent over 40 m² living/reception room bathed in sunshine, a drawing room, a dining room, a generously proportioned study, a kitchen with dining facilities, a master suite with two bathrooms and a dressing room, and two further bedrooms with a bathroom. An exceptional property in a prime location in the capital’s prestigious 8th District.
The Norwegian online dating scene reminds me a lot of the scene in Finland and Denmark.
There are a couple of dating sites that dominate the market in terms of membership numbers.
All other sites out there that claim to be catering to Norway just don’t have all that many members or are just a plain old waste of time.