Many tourists have gazed through Europe destinations with its variety of picturesque landscapes, historical places, exquisite foods, and distinct culture. Some of the well-known tourist attractions in Europe include the Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum in Paris, Colosseum in Rome, Tower of London, Acropolis of Athens, Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, and Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany. However, not all individuals seek Europe for its breathtaking views, but for the travel experience of uninhibited sexual encounters with strangers.
Europe has several spots for sex exploration due to the prevalence of prostitution across the countries in the continent. Several European countries such as France, Sweden, Northern Ireland and Iceland have banned the ability of punters to buy sex from sex workers. However, Express.co.uk has revealed the countries from Europe where selling and buying sex is legal.
Listed below are the accessible cities where tourists can engage in sexual encounters with strangers or their respective partners.
The sex industry in SoHo has thrived since 1984 where there are approximately 200 sex establishments across the district. Today, only of the lusty licensed establishments from the past remain which include The Hellfire Club, The Shadow Lounge, and The Rah-Rah Room for gay clubs and cabaret. Moreover, sex venues are also available in SoHo after a long night and cocktail parties.
The nightlife scene in the city of Ibiza has attracted several DJs and tourists from across the globe. It is also the “home of the world’s largest nightclub” with a capacity of 10,000 individuals with hot women who are available to engage in all sorts of lasciviousness.
Many sex tourists seek the largest and infamous red light district of De Wallen due to the sex tourism in the city which displays women like carcasses for entertainment for its viewers. Lawmakers legalized brothel operations and prostitution in Holland back in the 2000s where they ensured that safety of women through the law. However, the opposite occurred, and sex tourism has become the major industry in the district where sex tourists pay for sex.