The lifestyle in a city and in a countryside are very different because there are infrastructures in cities but there are not in countryside, like transports, high buildings that make the landscape very different. In the countryside, it’s an agricultural lifestyle, where you’ll find the peasants. If you compare the populations between cities and countryside, you will find the population of countryside older than in cities.
The people in countryside tend to be friendlier. Since it’s small, everybody knows each other. But in cities since it’s sometimes so big that people are very distant from each other, there’s no real connection, and that leads to indifference.
In France there are lots of schools in the cities, it’s an obligation till you turn the age sixteen and everybody has to be placed somewhere.
In countryside there are like one school for a bunch of villages that are near and only one level so it’s sometimes all ages together with one teacher.
Actually there are lots of differences between living in countryside and living in a city. Sometimes certain differences between them can be a medicine to those people who are fed up from the daily routines of city life, therefore looking for a little retreat and shelter.
Minor locales house people rather quite and naive than trying to catch up -who often fail- with the unimaginable rapidity of the metropolises and getting behind the time. People living in cities deal with such lush, distant, but sometimes interrelated details that make a person bind in place. People grow weary because of distances and busyness of cities and sometimes it takes ages to accomplish one simple goal.
Nevertheless it’s not the same in countryside! Everything is under your hand; you can finish your work within days, sometimes even within hours… Because distances are short, the population is low. As long as these facts supply you with gainings, you begin to like the countryside. The most important earnings of these gainings, is “time”. By.