8 European Things Uncommon in the US

Bidets: Commonly found in European bathrooms for personal hygiene, but less prevalent in the US.

Public Transportation: Extensive and efficient public transportation systems are more widespread across Europe than in many parts of the US.

Roundabouts: Common traffic feature in Europe for smoother intersections, less common in the US.

Metric System: Widely used in Europe for measurements, while the US mainly uses the imperial system.

Cafés: European cities are known for their vibrant café cultures, which can differ from the US coffee shop scene.

Paid Vacation: Longer paid vacation periods are typical in Europe, whereas the US often has shorter vacation time.

Universal Healthcare: Many European countries have universal healthcare systems, contrasting with the US healthcare system.

Historic Architecture: Europe's cities boast older and more diverse architecture compared to newer US cities.

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