You speak English, right? If you do, and you probably do since you are reading this right now, we are more than happy to let you know that English is spoken in pretty much every European country that there is. This is great news for anyone who speaks English because what this means is that the language barrier will not be a problem at all – since there is not going to be any language barriers whatsoever. Even when it comes to very patriotic countries such as France, language would not be a problem, because English is always an option.
English Is Spoken in the Majority of Europe
Although English is a widely spoken language, it is always nice to greet people in their native language. So, take some time to learn how to say ”Hello!” in different languages, and people will love you even more. This simple act of politeness will show people that you care about their countries and cultures, and it will also show them that you don’t take English for granted. And just in case you stumble upon somebody who doesn’t speak English, don’t panic, because they will probably know a few words and will be able to help you at least a little bit. This is because in Europe, everyone learns English from a young age in school.
Traveling in Europe Is Pretty Safe
Have you ever heard people talking about crime in Europe? If you have, you shouldn’t be too worried, because they were probably talking about smaller crimes such as pick-pocketing. One thing that is so good about Europe is the fact that you can walk around pretty much every historic city without having to worry about whether or not someone is going to shoot you or something like that. Now, don’t get us wrong, but stuff like that happens in pretty much every country in the world. However, when it comes to Europe, the chances of something like that happening are pretty low.
Another thing that makes Europe so good is the fact that it is borderless. Maybe you think that it would be pretty fun to get many stamps for your passport, it is actually much more fun to not have to wait in line just to get into another country. That is usually a long process, and it tends to make people frustrated. That being said, welcome to United States of Europe – if we can call it that! See what we did there? Of course you do, don’t you?