Walked in lost 250 within an hour.i paid because im a nice guy and didnt want a problem.
2 spanish girls suckered me.
10 to cover. 40 to drinks THEY ORDERED.
100 A PIECE FOR 2 DANCES.
THEY SWORE IT WAS 4 BUT THEY ONLY ASKED IF I WANTED TO CONTINUE ONCE.
ORIGINAL DANCE WAS QUOTED 2 GIRLS 25$
DO NOT GO THERE. AND NEVER EVER TALK OR GET A LAPDANCE FROM ANYONE WHO DOESNT SPEAK ENGLISH!!!!
A decent club, but I didn't find it to be as warm and inviting as some other strip clubs. The opening hours could extend later too. If you're in the area, its okay, but otherwise, I wouldn't make a special journey. Maybe checkout Stringfellows, which is open a lot later. But if you do head over to strings, arriving early as they usually have a happy hour, specials are sometimes posted on stringfellows.com.
Strip clubs in Milan work on the ‘Champagne system‘. Girls sell drinks as well as private shows. Prostitution is legal in Italy and it goes on in many of the clubs. Due to this, touching is expected and the dances can be very extreme, even if sex isn’t offered.
Italy puts a large amount of emphasis on showgirls. Many of these are porn stars with large followings. Therefore, clubs market appearances heavily, very far in advance and this is very popular in the Strip clubs in Milan.
Furthermore, some of these girls are flown in from overseas from as fare as the USA.
Milan is the second largest city and largest populous metropolitan area in Italy. It has a population of 1,346,000 million people. The metropolitan area has a population of 3,209,000. Milan is the financial centre of Italy and has the highest GDP of a non-capital city in the whole of Europe. Milan is also a fashion and design centre and attracts a huge number of shoppers and tourists each year. It hosts Milan Fashion Week and many other world renowned events. This all leads to a lot of money and wealthy people regularly passing through the city, making strip clubs in Milan thriving.