France seduces you: great food, wonderful people, the pure joie de vivre. Any country that's main reputation is wine, cheese and rebellion is right up there as a bunch of guys you want to hang out with.
Spanish aren't far behind. They have the best - BEST - healthcare in the world, hands down. Nobody has heart attacks here because it's Spain. Barcelona and Seville rank as two of the most incredible cities anywhere.
Living here would drive me nuts based upon stories from friends who live here, but visits are magical. Italy is a fiasco, but the lifestyle is unique: they've made a cuisine out of tomatoes and a farce out of politics, but I've never been to a place where every clothing store looks phenomenal and every guy feels the need to flirt with every woman, no matter her age or looks.
Ireland is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, though Dublin disappoints. The warmth of the people is unparalleled, and two weeks can turn into a lifetime. There are parts of Ireland that would rival Pandora (but without the blue).
Great buildings and lots to do. Supremely expensive and the indigenous population are a nightmare. English food sucks, but you can get the best Indian food here anywhere in the world (including India). Rain will make you want to kill yourself.
Like Moscow and Paris shoved together, it's a very interesting place with a weird sense of its position. The communist museum is next to a McDonald's for God's sake. Possibly the easiest place in the world to get pick-pocketed.
Stunningly attractive but staggeringly boring people. But once you get to know them, you realize they're open and honest and decent. "How are you?" can get you a 10-minute explanation of a urinary tract infection or even a 5 minute silence.