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Milan Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, sex shops, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Milan, Italy.

The prostitution problem in Italy started some 50 years ago, when parliament outlawed case chiuse (“closed houses”), throwing sex workers on to the streets.Prostitution business in Milan is also flourishing in Asian and Eastern European massage salons.Escort business is also growing and these days many girls work completely independently without the escort agencies. The basic process of picking up a sex worker is as predictable as can be: You stop along the road, she comes to talk to you, you agree on a sexual service, she gets in and you drive to a place. Sometimes it’s like a rush hour – cars can be swarming around to find one of the unoccupied slots and places. They can quickly redirect you to another location should the spot already be taken by somebody else.The women either arrive in Italy legally, for example with tourist or entertainment visas, or are come illegally across the Adriatic.The issue of legalizing prostitution is highly controversial in Italy for years. It is estimated that up to 100,000 prostitutes in Italy, a third of them come from abroad. See also: Milan Escorts Currently there are talks in many Italian cities about opening legal Red-light districts so prostitutes can work in a safer area and residents do not have to worry about sex workers in their neighbourhood.Being the client of a prostitute under 18 is a criminal offence, even if you claim to be unaware of the prostitute's age.

On-street prostitution is very widespread and many sex workers on the streets are from eastern Europe and West Africa, also many small brothels exist employing only one or two prostitutes.

But there are no red light areas with window girls like in Germany, Netherlands, Belgium or Austria.

Former red-light district in Milan was surrounding the Garibaldi train station, the city’s main public transport hub.

Due to the ambivalent situation regarding prostitution, a lot of prostitutes fall victim to human trafficking.

In general, being the client of a prostitute falls in an area of questionable legality and is inadvisable.

Prostitution in Italy is legal though authorities are taking a firmer stance against it than before.