One girlfriend surprised me with a weekend in Vermont on a whim, while another took me on an unplanned camping trip.”Men from other European nations agree that American women are willing to step outside of their comfort zones.

Arnold, who worked at an Austrian hostel, shares: “American women are definitely open to new things and definitely want to try things out in order to gain some experiences.” Now living in the United States, Christian concurs: “In general I would say American women are more open-minded than some of my experiences in Germany.” The broad-mindedness of American women doesn't just pertain to experiences, either.

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“Germans have nice humor as well but it tends to be more 'dry.' I like that she can be silly and laugh with me all the time.

Sarcasm is different in the States, too: I enjoy American sarcasm very much.”Michael from Ireland agrees: “I enjoy talking with and listening to American women.

In nearly all of my conversations with the European men, humor and wit were brought up.

“I like my wife's wittiness and that she doesn't take herself too seriously,” shares Christian.

My wife is always making new friends and we have a large circle of international friends who live here and in other countries.” Whether they live in the States or abroad, these men were impressed with how the American women in their lives were inclusive and accepting of people from all backgrounds.“Many American women are bold and adventurous.

They like to try new things, foods, and are interested to learn more about foreigners.

This time around, I was intrigued by the opposite question: Is there anything in particular that makes American women standout to European men?

After interviewing eleven European men who are married or dating an American woman, turns out, there isn't just one particular thing, but several.

Will we be seen as the loud Americans or the friendly Americans? And—if and when—we date men, what major differences will they see?