We were traveling with another couple and he went walking down the road to see if he could find some help, as there was nothing where we had stopped.He encountered a gentleman walking his dog, who promptly went home, got his cell phone, called a garage he knew (which we would not have found in a million years).” 5.I was driving along the Rhine, taking a detour on my way to Frankfurt, and I stopped frequently along the way.The residents of these small towns were some of the friendliest I’ve met.Ooing or ahhhing over someone’s dog is a great way to put even the crankiest person in a better mood.” 14.Thailand “Michael, as an American living overseas 14 years now and have traveled countries around the globe.France “I went to a restaurant in Orleon, France and had a very difficult time communicating my menu order. So bad that when treated with mediocre service, it sparkles by comparison.” 9.The waiter apparently did not know a word of English so, I stumbled thru the menu and ended up pointing to the entre I desired. Greece “We found the rudest people in Greece, beginning with the tour director to Rhodes, Delphi and Meteora. She is responsible for our outbound marketing efforts including planning and executing email campaigns, social media and blog posts.
Without a doubt, in my opinion, Spain ranks as the number 1 country for friendliness.” 8.
I would have to say Thailand is about the friendliest country my wife and I have traveled and Indonesia would be second.” 15.
Slovak Republic “My first pick would be the Slovak Republic, formerly part of Czechoslovakia.
I have visited there 7 or 8 times since my first visit in 1970.” 16. Switzerland “Swiss can be downright nasty if they suspect the size of your bank account is puny.” 7.
Brazil “However, the friendliest people that I have met around the world are the Brazilians. Austria “We meet so many rude people in Austria.” 8.