10 Most Popular European Countries Americans Want To Move To

Denmark would be a treat for most Americans with its world-class healthcare and free education. Who doesn’t dream of riding their bicycle to work during Copenhagen’s busy morning rush hour?


Ah Greece, the cradle of the Western world and home to some of the most iconic ancient ruins the world has ever seen. You definitely won’t find thousand-year-old buildings in the United States, which is a big plus for most Americans.


A lot of Americans don’t know the difference between Holland and The Netherlands. But that hasn’t stopped them from fantasizing about making the move to the land of windmills and bicycles.

The Netherlands

Searches for moving to Sweden reached 8900 monthly, which was down about 300 from the previous year, though that’s not surprising.


Monthly searches regarding a move to France topped out at 12,500 in 2022 and were up a whopping 13% from the previous year.


Italy is an ideal place in the minds of most Americans when they think about moving to Europe. The food is amazing, the weather is perfect, and life is far more relaxed than the hustle culture.


Ireland is now the only English-speaking member of the European Union and over the last decade it has become a tech industry powerhouse.Every month 13,200 Americans searched for information about moving to Ireland.


Germany is a top pick for most American expats because of the country’s amazing healthcare and stellar quality of life, plus obtaining a work visa isn’t as difficult as in other European nations.


The cheaper cost of living and beautiful weather is what probably attract most Americans to Spain as a potential new home. The country is filled with beautiful cities and provides most émigrés with very easy access to the country.


Living in Portugal provides a wide array of advantages.The fantastic climate, great quality of life, and affordable cost of living are just some of the reasons many Americans choose to live in Portugal.


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