Guide and advice to the best Strip Clubs in Brno.
Brno is the second biggest city of the Czech Republic and in the last few years. Visitor number have exploded to the city. A combination of cheap alcohol, cheap flights and beautiful women, means that men arrive in droves to enjoy the nightlife.
Strip clubs in Brno are mainly visited by stag parties, either independently or on organised tours. Or for a boys weekend away, mainly from the UK, and there are many willing participants in the Gentlemen clubs in Brno. Strip clubs in Brno work on the ‘Champagne system‘. The girls sell drinks and lap dances and there is an expectation for customers to take part. This can come as a surprise to British customers when they are paying 6 times the amount for a drink for a dancer. A lot of the time, this is the first time they have seen this system so disputes can occur. There are an array of club styles from high end venues to smaller, rougher places.
Strip clubs in Brno work on the ‘Champagne system‘. The girls sell drinks and lap dances and there is an expectation for customers to take part.
There are an array of club styles from high end venues to smaller, rougher places. Most of the clubs have nude girls doing stage shows on rotation. Some venues are cabaret style with real showmanship. Entertainers proficient in Burlesque, Silks and Lyra’s perform alongside the pole dancers and podium dancers.
Dancers in strip clubs in Brno.
Prostitution is legal in the Czech Republic. Pimping and brothels are not. Authorities will turn a blind eye such issues the majority of the time. Ultimately, you will find massage parlours and sex shows alongside the more traditional strip clubs. As a result of this law not being a priority for officials, there are many clubs and girls that offer more than a lap dance. Consequently, care should be taken when trying to visit or work one of these venues with no research as you may end up in an awkward situation.
The Czech Republic mainly attracts girls from Eastern Europe. Girls from neighbouring Slovakia will work in the strip clubs in Prague as the languages are very similar and it is very accessible. The Czech koruna is a very weak currency compared to western European currencies such as the Euro, the Pound, the Swiss Franc and all of the Scandinavian Krones. Tourists are attracted to the cheap prices, however, for western dancers, earning at these rates is not viable to pay bills in their home countries.
Locations of strip clubs in Brno
Strip clubs in Brno are everywhere, catering for the stag parties and holiday makers. The clubs are:
Information about Brno
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area, the largest Moravian city, and the historical capital city of the Margraviate of Moravia. Brno is the administrative center of the South Moravian Region in which it forms a separate district (Brno-City District). The city lies at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers and has about 400,000 inhabitants;
its greater metropolitan area
is home to more than 800,000 people
while its larger urban zone had a population of about 730,000 in 2004.