Prague is the largest city and capital city of the Czech Republic and the 14th largest city in the Europen Union. Historically, Prague is the capital city of Bohemia Proper. Prague is situated in the North West region of the country. During its 1100 years of existence, Prague has been a centre of culture, political and economic in central Europe.
Prague is Central Europe’s major tourist destination. One of the main attractions to this great city is the established erotica and sex industry. Prague’s erotic industry is one of the oldest industries in the city.
In Prague (and most parts of Europe), the sex industry is as old as mankind itself. In medieval times, the erotica industry was considerably big in Europe since rulers needed mistress and concubines to keep them entertained. Research shows that shutting women out of lucrative professions in the middle ages also contributed to the growth of the erotica industry. Ladies who did not find places in formal employment had no option but to become mistresses.
Medieval sex industry alternated between periods of toleration and integration, and phases of rejection and marginalization. To the residents, the erotic industry (and the sex industry in general) was a necessary evil. By the 14th century, most European towns (Prague included) had an area we would now refer to as a Red Light District.
Prostitution and any erotica related activities are legal in the Czech Republic. The main aim of decriminalizing prostitution was to allow the players in this industry have access to the facilities and services available to workers in other industries.
Although prostitution is legal, organized prostitution is prohibited in Prague (and the Czech Republic as a whole). Therefor you should not be able to find any sexual services in the stripclubs and nightclubs around the main square. If you want the services of a brothel, you will be able to find them elsewhere in Prague. There are many Private's, apartments where you can find one- or more girls. Girls who are working in prostitution also have the option to rent a room in one of the establishments that accommodate this.
According to the Czech Ministry of the Interior, 200 of the about 860 brothels in the Czech Republic are in Prague.
Prague is a home of entertainment for both local and international tourists. Visitors to this great city have lots of great ways to spend evenings and nights. The city has tons of entertainment establishments. The establishments range from bars, discoclubs, restaurants, stripclubs, massage parlors, nightclubs and more.
Prague is home to the Czech’s red light district. The Ve Smeckach street near the Wenceslas Square is considered Prague's Red Light Street. This street is full of stripclubs and other forms of night clubs. Like all, Prague’s Red Light District is characterized with red-faced tourists and sexual fantasies.
The night life in this great city is suitable for both the young and the old. Some clubs are designed to cater to the youths’ wild nature; while others are designed to meet the needs of the older men relaxed nature. Still, you will find some clubs hosting a mixture of young and old customers.
Prague is famous for both its sex clubs and its beer. The city’s clubs are well-organized and clean. Most of the clubs have bouncers who explain the methods and rules. To ensure safety of your stuff, some clubs have lockers where you lock your stuff.
From Prague’s Red Light stripclubs to the black-alley massage parlors, the erotica industry in Prague is alive and kicking. The clubs here are stocked with pretty women from different parts of the world. Generally, Prague is a perfect city for any gentleman (young or old) who seeks total entertainment. The city (especially the Red Light Street) never sleeps. Visitors and residents are always active all night, and all week-long.