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15 Popular Sex Tourist Destinations in Europe

Today the tourism industry is booming with rise in standard of living of people. People have started exploring more than they did earlier. With this a new kind of tourism is gaining popularity lately. yes, we are talking about sex tourism. It is a sensitive exploration but worth its adventure. people need to choose among countries which may/may not have legalized prostitution.

The choice is motivated by various points like lesser restrictions, cheap travel costs, lower cost of entertainment etc. it would be wrong to believe that only men indulge in this type tourism, women too have started exploring various areas of sex tourism.

Europe is famous for its beautiful and self-dependent countries that offer magnificent view. It has also seen a rise in a number of sex tourists. It has a number of wild spots which might be a couple of days away from one’s place. So here we will be looking at such sex tourist destinations in Europe.

15 Popular Sex Tourist Destinations in Europe

Belarus
It is a country along the borders of Russia. It was quick to alter its policies when the neighbor Russia banned all types of prostitution activities. Belarus is famous for beautiful Russian and Belarusian girls and the cheap costs. Since, prostitution is legal, approximately 1900 workers are identified by local police and charges range from $40 to $500.

Bulgaria
This is termed as a quiet country with romantic city called Sofia. The city is famous for its cheap prostitution and beer. Despite legal prostitution, organized sex trade is banned. So, there are no brothels in sight. Major areas of finding independent escorts include Lion’s bridge and Maria Luisa. One can find many such prostitutes at the entrance of famous hotels too. There are various strip clubs that serve lap dance and other erotic pleasures. The famous being Peep Show Bar for its sensual services and dance.

For group of youngsters, they can hire a strip bus too for an all-night pleasure experience. The advantage of hiring Strip Bus being low cost and high-quality services.

Czech Republic
It is the home to “chocolate box city”, Prague. The city is quite liberal about sex culture and soliciting prostitution is legal. There are poster campaigns to spread awareness among people. Despite pornography and prostitution is legal, running a brothel is banned. However, there are over 200 brothels in the city of Prague which show the “strictness” of law enforced. Cheap escorts can be invited for residence services while some of them can be found in strip clubs across the city.

There is no official red-light area, however for such guilty pleasures; one can head to Wenceslas square. For more such night experiences, just head over to any side street and make your visit worth it.

Estonia
The major city of Tallinn is famous for its variety of options in adult entertainment. Solicitation of sex is legal. Brothels are again illegal but common and well endorsed. There are approximately 50-60 places of such kind in Tallinn and any taxi shall take you there. The older part of town has a number of massage parlors and street hookers. They might be hard to find but the service is worth their search. However, if one fails to find one, there are online escort services where an escort can be booked for as low 50 euros per hour.

Hungary
The major sex destination in Hungary is city of Budapest. Adult services are licensed and regulated with assigned red-light areas. With huge demand, Budapest is termed as a prostitute friendly city. It is termed as the sex capital of Europe with numerous brothels, street hookers and massage parlors. It is impossible for a person to visit the city and not solicit the services for once.

Lithuania
Prostitution of any kind is majorly illegal in Lithuania. However, the weak law enforcement has made it common in the country. In the capital city of Vilnius there are more than 3000 sex workers which are mostly Russian. There has been a wild online campaign to lure visitors. The capital has cheap service rates from beautiful girls. Making it a desirable sex tourism destination.

Latvia
This country is home to UNESCO World Heritage Site, Riga. It also has legalized prostitution. Along with that the sex workers need to submit their health reports regularly and carry a health card. That’s how regulated the sex market is. However, brothels and organized solicitation is prohibited. The law enforcement is closing on street hookers however they can be found loitering on streets. The charges are way cheaper for prostitutes starting from 30 euros. Whereas escort services can be a burden on pocket.

Moldova
Moldova has termed prostitution illegal in the country. However, it is termed as an organized crime in the country with number of secretaries, managers and owners. If found guilty, the crime is punishable through fine only. Since it is the poorest country in Europe, the charges for adult pleasure can be as low as possible. There is no fear of any criminal charges on tourists as stated earlier.

Poland
The capital city of Warsaw is the hub of all kinds of sexual activities. Like many European countries, prostitution is legal but maintaining a brothel is not. Major sexual activities are arranged through escort services and massage parlours. There are some street hookers, but their number has declined considerably. There are certain freelance prostitutes who can be found in the old city of Vistula around railway stations. Their services are cheap but not up to the mark as reported.

Ukraine
The country’s capital Kiev is the hub for sex trading. The law enforcement turns a blind eye to prostitution despite being illegal. A rough estimate of about 70000 sex workers reside in Ukraine itself. The cost of service by street hookers is as low as 15 euros but there are numerous red-light areas across the city for prostitutes to choose from.

The erotic entertainment industry is thriving under lap dances and massage parlours in Ukraine welcoming even more visitors every year. Ukraine is house of cheap liquor as the local residents can drink an average of 15 liters a day.

If anyone is in for some fun while their stay in Europe, the above reviews can be helpful. So, pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable experience in Europe!