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What is your favourite European country and why?

  1. Imogen French profile image86
    Imogen Frenchposted 6 years ago

    What is your favourite European country and why?

  2. davenmidtown profile image89
    davenmidtownposted 6 years ago

    Scotland is my favorite European country because it felt like home.  I would like to visit Italy and France too as I think those would be close seconds to Scotland.

  3. wmseo profile image56
    wmseoposted 6 years ago

    in our country, we have a good expretion:
    The best place is a place where we do not smile

  4. freecampingaussie profile image63
    freecampingaussieposted 6 years ago

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    I loved France, Bruges, Switzerland , Italy ,Germany & find it hard to choose a favourite however I did want to live a year in france while there !

    It was beautiful countryside & my first time in a place with another language yet so close to Britain . I want to go back & visit Spain & greece as well
    Wales where I was born , Scotland is beautiful + english countryside & castles

    Tough question !

  5. BenjaBenja profile image61
    BenjaBenjaposted 6 years ago

    Hands down Estonia - Tallinn in particular. It is a strange and beautiful medium between eastern block life and the rest of Europe. Great food, beer, history - and a cool (but almost impossible) language to learn. But if you speak English or Russian you should be fine there!

  6. MJFenn profile image69
    MJFennposted 6 years ago

    It is hard to say which, but language must come into the issue: speaking the language will enable one to benefit immensely more than if one does not speak it.

    I think some of the smaller countries of Europe are often overlooked. Luxembourg has immense variety and lots of historic sites. Monaco (and I didn't go to the casino) has a lot to see, and Monaco Town on the Rock is historically very interesting.

    Belgium is a study in contrast: the French-speaking south and Dutch-speaking north, and bilingual Brussels (an absorbing, fascinating city, in the centre). I lived in Belgium for a while and it helps to be able to speak both French and some Dutch.

    Sweden a much larger country, though with a proportionately small population, has an invigorating northern 'freshness' to it; it's hard to desribe. I visited Gothenburg and was glad that I had learned some Swedish over the years.

    So if I have a favourite? it's hard to say, but the way of going about choosing a 'favourite' European country should involve getting to grips with the local language(s) because in this way one benefits so much more in getting to know a country.

 
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