True. But in the last twenty years (I am forty plus) I have travelled to most European countries. I haven't been to Luxembourg, Andorra, Norway and Belarus.It doesn't matter that the user said that you've never been to Europe and he was technically wrong. You were still too young for that to be relevant to the context. You weren't able to distinguish between 14th century buildings and 17th century ones. Speaking languages some Europeans also speak doesn't change anything.
Plus I have studied in the British system, and taken European history courses in university.