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    Which European country would you choose to live in?

    Assuming that you'd have to make the choice RIGHT now. No more time to do any research etc, you'd have to pack your bags and leave now. Which country would you choose and why?

    I'd probably go with the Netherlands. It was a tough choice between this and Germany but somehow I just figured maybe the Netherlands would be the thing for me. It would have to be a country where I'd be fine with English though since it does take some time for me to pick up a language.

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    I've hear good things about Iceland and Finland. Finland is considered one of the best countries to live from what I understand. Plus, you can see the northern lights!!! It's a bit cold, but I think I'd survive.
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    I am not a patriot at all, but of all the countries in Europe i would stay in the UK. The simple reason is the language issue as i am not good at picking up foreign languages. WHO research shows vienna (Austria), places in switzerland, and also the scandinavian countries to be among the best places in the world to live, but for some reason i don't find them appealing.

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    There are five capital cities where I would like to live, because I'm a capital city person.

    One of them is London, because I love this UK's city. the second would be Berlin, followed by Vienna, Brussels or Madrid.

    If I would have to reduce the choices, yeah, I would go to London

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    Re: Which European country would you choose to live in?

    For me it would be Norway, I lived for a while over there and I totally loved it The cold temperatures aren't that bad in places like Oslo. So I'd definitely live in Oslo, since is a big city (big compared to the other tiny villages they have), Trondheim is quite big too... but is really cold during winter. The weather during winter in Oslo is good, not so cold, but I could go out wearing just my coat, jeans and a shirt. It could be because I was younger and healthier back then! Who knows! Last time my ears felt like they were freezing tho.

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    Re: Which European country would you choose to live in?

    For me it would have to be Scotland. Maybe it's to do with the really vast green and open countrysides. They look absolutely stunning! Also Scotland has really impressive and ancient castles, all those historical architecture scattered across the country, it really fascinates me. Not that I'm a history buff but such old world charm is intriguing. I've lived in cities for way too long. Now I hate crowded places, so anywhere that has too many urban areas, populated cities wont be my choice. That way Scotland is rather laid back, and Scottish people (the few I've known) seem quite nice.

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    Re: Which European country would you choose to live in?

    I'd also like to live there I've always felt fascinated by the amazing places they have over there...they have some of the nicest forests ever. I know because there is a blog I like to check from time to time, is from a scottish woman. She takes a lot pictures when she is outside walking, she even mentioned there is a castle nearby! It must be amazing to live in a place like that!

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    Re: Which European country would you choose to live in?

    If I had unlimited amount of money I would probably chose to stay in Italy. The climate is nice, people are easy to talk to and most cities are quite affordable. My second choice would be France or Spain. They don't seem to work crazy hours like we do

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    Re: Which European country would you choose to live in?

    Norway, no doubt. I'd love to live in Tromsų. Perfect place for me. If I had a chance, I'd pack my bags and leave today.

 

 

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