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The capital of Serbia is home to around 1. A city that is vibrant with culture and rich in heritage, Belgrade is often thought of as the capital of the Balkans.
It is often regarded as a gateway city where East meets West and this metaphor can also be applied to the kind of entertainment and hospitality that Belgrade offers…perhaps mixing both business and pleasure. In this guide, we take a look at the prostitution laws in Belgrade and find out what opportunities the capital has for escorts and adult entertainment including strip clubs, sauna clubs and erotic massage.
Prostitution is illegal in Serbia and Belgrade is not the most popular of destinations for sex tourism. Like many countries in this part of Europe, unlike the Scandinavian model, it is only against the law to sell sex but not to buy it.
In this way, customers avoid prosecution whilst the risk is taken almost entirely by the prostitute. This despite some appetite within government for regulating the industry.
Prostitution is illegal but visible in Belgrade…if you know where to look. Image via Wikimedia. It is thought that around 4, to 6, sex workers in Serbia although some put this figure at five times this figure. However, conservative estimates suggest that Belgrade is serviced by around 1, to 2, prostitutes. The ethnicity of sex workers in Belgrade is very mixed with some being from Eastern Europe as well as from the Middle East and Northern Africa.