They both will fly pretty similar. It's all preference. I trained in a low-wing piper tomahawk, and fly an Arrow pretty frequently (basically a Warrior with a bigger engine, retractable gear, and a constant speed prop) and I've flown a 172 a lot.
People have preferences over the controls (cessnas have push-pull throttles vs. levers, Pipers have manual flaps vs. electric) but I've flown both types and it takes about 2 minutes with either before I don't even notice a difference. Although I do prefer the manual flaps. Electrical failures are a fairly mundane problem in VFR, and just that much more mundane when you still have flaps. But landing a 172 with no flaps is a non-issue.
People will argue about the low-wing vs. high-wing aerodynamics. In those planes you won't notice much difference. That always annoys me, people will talk about the natural roll stability of a high-wing, neglecting though that natural stability exists, all they do is built the low-wings with more dihedral to pretty much remove that difference.
Visibility-wise, you're not a passenger staring straight down. You're the pilot, and nothing immediately beneath you is of significant interest. You can see plenty of ground with the low-wing if that's your thing, but even better, you can actually see where you're turning. In a high-wing, you always have to be cautious because if you turn left, you can't see left anymore. It's all preference.