Guide and advice to the best Strip Clubs in Switzerland.
Strip Clubs in Switzerland is often also called table dance clubs are based on the Europeans Champagne Club system, the dancers gets a commission from drinking champagne with the customers. Switzerland has a strong economy so working here is known for being very lucrative, especially in financial city centres like Zurich and Geneva.
Prostitusion is legal in Switzerland and its also controlled by the government, so many clubs will offer both strip dancers and also sexual services. Dancers who wanna work here needs to be aware of this fact and do there research on the clubs before the go to work here. The strip clubs in Switzerland is also normally paying a fixed salary and therefore there are ewer dancers working in each club, you can also buy private shows with the strip dancers in the Gentlemen clubs. From August 2005 the immigration departement in Switzerland changed the rules for getting work permits for dancers, to stop human trafficking. This means that there is not so many foreign dancers working in Switzerland anymore.
Strip clubs in Switzerland vary in style greatly. Some are very much party venues with a lot of stage action with tipping dollars.
Smaller clubs are more focused on Champagne sales
and hostessing as a general rule. All offer private shows. Some strip clubs in Switzerland are unusual in the fact they do not allow customers to purchase a private dance without a minimum spend on Champagne. The main business cities of Zurich and Geneva have the largest concentration of clubs. Venues are littered throughout the country in many cities and towards the high tourist area of the Alps.
Dancers go fully nude on stage and sometimes table dances are offered on the main floor as well as the private shows. Dances start at around 40CHF.
Strip clubs in Switzerland give a fixed salary to dancers and this means numbers within a club are limited as a standard. There are many high net worth clients available in Switzerland. It is a renowned as a commercial and financial centre within Europe. The Swiss Franc is an extremely stable currency so can be beneficial for overseas dancers to accrue.
You will no longer find dancers from outside of the EU working in Swiss strip clubs. From 1995, cabaret and exotic dancers were able to obtain a special license to work within the clubs from anywhere in the world. The immigration department revoked this license in August 2015 in a bid to prevent human trafficking (source here
). Accommodation is usually provided for dancers as many of the girls still come to work from outside of the country. The central location makes it especially easy to travel overland from Eastern European countries. The dancer demographic reflects this.
Legislation in Switzerland
Switzerland has not only legalised prostitution but also regulated it. There is a requirement to ensure businesses are registered. There's no undue pressure on sex workers and guarantees on safety and health. A lot of strip clubs in Switzerland, as a result, do offer sexual services. Girls can work within clubs without doing extras, but they need to be aware and accept that it can, and does happen. This can impact business, but often extras are priced out of the bracket of dance prices. Consequently, there can be something from everyone, at every end of the spectrum, budget wise and expectation wise. There are some clubs that are strictly dancing but these are the exception rather than the rule. Clients and dancers need to research beforehand to establish what is available place to place so there are no awkward situations.
Some strip clubs in Switzerland
Geneva has a large number of venues with clubs such as Sensi Strip & Table dance club
. Zurich also has many, though, surprisingly, the de facto capital of Bern only has two. St. Gallen has Six Day Tabledance
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