15 Nicest, Most Polite European Countries

I think everyone likes to visit clean and nice countries, but what do you think which are the nicest, most polite European countries? To get the answer you definitely don’t need to surf on the internet further, because Insider Monkey has already done this search! Just sit in your armchair comfortably, and read the list of the nicest, most polite European countries with us!

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Politeness depends on culture too. For instance, while Americans believe it’s polite to smile at passersby, Russians would interpret this as making fun of them. It’s difficult to act in a way that’s acceptable to all the surrounding cultures and countries, especially when you’re just there to explore and have fun. But, no matter the language barriers, we can find at least some common ground with almost every country, even if we have to search for it. After all, a bad first impression doesn’t necessarily mean the entire country is not worth giving a second try.  Although this list may seem useful, it’s extremely difficult to specify whether or not a whole country is rude or polite. Just like in America, the big cities and highly populated areas may imply more coldness than the rural areas. So before you go judging an entire country based on how rude the waiter was at that restaurant in Italy, slow down. Do a lot of exploring and a take lot of time in the country before jumping to conclusions.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the nicest, most polite European countries from their list.

The first one we mention now is Hungary – my country. I am happy that we are on this list also. We are really friendly and in the last two decades the number of English speaking people have increased significantly.  So if you come to Budapest, our capital city, you don’t need to be afraid that you can’t make yourself understood with us. The next country for now is Switzerland. If you’re a fan of the Swiss Alps, the friendly people in Switzerland will give you a warm welcome to their mountains. At last, but not least let’s check Denmark that  is rife with delicious danishes – the pastries, not the people.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 nicest, most polite European countries.


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