Michael and Goron share their views about the best city in Europe to live in.
Goron: Hi, my name is Goron and I'm from Italy.
Michael: My name is Michael and I'm from Norway.
Goron: I have a question for you, what is Europe's best country to live, what do you think?
Michael: I love getting that question because if you follow what the United Nation says there's one thing saying that Denmark is the best place to live and another thing saying that Norway is the best place to live. And I would just like to clarify. It's you can't really decide which country is the best to live and it's really depending on the person himself, like there are good things about Norway and there's bad things about Norway. For instance, Norway is really cold during the winter and even though you have a lot of money most likely, you will spend that money to travel to warm places. So, and then you have in all south Europe where you have warm temperature most of the time. Of course, you get winters too but I would say that because it's warmer and people are more outgoing and they're more social and I think that, you know, that part can be very important to some people and I wouldn't say Norway is the best country to live in in Europe. On a contrary, I would say that it's impossible to answer that question.