What do the Finnish think of foreigners?

I have been interested in visiting Finland for many years, but it has never been possible to achieve. Recently, an opportunity may have presented itself, and I have been wondering about a few things -- including, although perhaps least importantly (when all is considered), what the Finnish people on a rough average think of US Americans?

As I have held a love for Finland for so long, I have done a lot of my own research on culture, history, climate, language (beautiful but a bit difficult, as I've found), music (I'm convinced Finland houses the best metal), among other things. From the country-wide generializations (which of course not everyone is bound to), they're a more reserved people. What behavior am I likely to run in to? Is there an interest or dislike in foreigners? Anything else?

I'm not sure where I will be visiting or for the length of time, but I am very excited. Although nothing will make me change my mind, I am introverted, so the nerves have already arrived.

Thanks!
Kiitos!


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Most Helpful Guy

  • Good question, but I'll try to get @lumos to answer this.

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What Guys Said 2

  • some finish r racists whilst others not... most of em r not ;)

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  • VITU PERKELE SAATANA

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What Girls Said 1

  • i think they are accepting.

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