I don't think I can say "European lifestyle" because Europe is so diverse, but I've already heard this term being used quite a few times. I remember my French teacher telling us how everything is bigger in the US, but it's all I can think of in terms of differences, but most people I know who visited both told me there is a big difference. What are the main differences?
Most Helpful Guy
- The US tends to be pro-gun and anti-sex; Europe tends to be pro-sex and anti-gun
- Europe tends to have a larger government-controlled social safety net for citizens and visitors
- Europeans are more frequently multilingual
These are the more conspicuous ones I can think of. Of course there are huge exceptions, these are generalizations, etc. I grew up in the US but lived in three European countries for almost 12 years, so this is all I got. :)3
Most Helpful Girl
From what I've heard from other people and my own experiences here on the internet. Americans tend to be loud and dramatic, but also nice and spontaneous. Europeans seem a lot more reserved. Especially the northern area. Other than that. No idea. Never been to the USA.1