So I finally took the test after having it on my mind for a good while:
Father's line: 12a - "this haplogroup is concentrated in eastern Europe and western Russia, reaching levels of 40% in Bosnia and 30% in Croatia. It arose about 11,000 years ago in the Balkans, prior to the arrival of agriculture. Soon after I2a arose, farmers from the Near East and Anatolia brought their techniques to the Balkans, where the local men - who often bore haplogroup I2a - took up the practice."
Mother's line: Haplogroup H. It says it is the most prevalent haplogroup in Europe today, present in about half of the Scandinavian population and also common along the continent's Atlantic coast.
Neanderthal: 2.6 %
So yeah, I guess this is briefly pretty much what I expected. My father is from Izmir (western Turkey) and my mother is from Tampere (southern Finland).
Please share your thoughts!