sexiest languages in the world

The 10 Sexiest Languages In The World

Here at Big 7 Travel, we’re all about inspiring people to visit somewhere new. There’s almost 7,000 languages in the world, with but which is the best? More specifically – ‘cos we know what you guys want – what are the sexiest languages in the world?

According to Dr. Nigel Armstrong, a lecturer in French and sociolinguistics at the University of Leeds, there is no specific thing that makes a language sexy – it’s nothing to do with the sound of it. In fact,  the sexiness of an accent or a language is due to our social and cultural backgrounds.

As voted for by our readers, we have the world’s sexiest accents, so here’s the languages you should be learning how to speak if you want to impress that special someone…

Sexiest Languages In The World

1. Spanish

Incredibly fast and fluid, Spanish never fails to make you weak at the knees.

Find out what it is that makes Spanish sexy here

2. Italian

Completely beautiful, any word in Italian sounds sexy.

Find out what it is that makes Italian so sexy here.

3. French

The language of love is a consistent winner when it comes to sex appeal.

Find out what it is that makes the French language so sexy here

4. Brazilian Portuguese

Brazilians have quite a strong accent, with Italian influences adding extra attractiveness to the language.

5. Arabic

Throaty and with an almost French-sound at times, Maghreb Arabic is spoken in Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria and Libya.

6. Norwegian

The Norwegian accent has a sort of sing-song effect to it, making it one of the sexiest languages in the world.

7. Hungarian

Hungarian sounds beautiful when sung, with a rhythmic vibe to the consonants.

8. Thai

Thai is a tonal language, so the accent goes up and down.

9. Russian

With short vowels and a strong sound, Russian is clear, direct, and surprisingly sexy.

10. Turkish

Turkey has many regional dialects, all of which are quite beautiful to listen to.

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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