Quebec City

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

Quebec City (French: Ville de Québec), is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec. As of 2011, the city has a population of 516,622, and the metropolitan area has a population of 765,706, making it the second most populous city in Quebec after Montreal, which is about 233 km (145 mi) to the southwest.

Quebec City's six boroughs

Sex Scene and Prostitution

Quebev City does not have as good sex scene as nearby city Montreal. If you need to get laid, it will sill work out in Quebec City.

Red Light District

There is no Red-light district in Quebec City like the ones in Amsterdam or Hamburg. But you can certainly find streetwalkers all over the city for cheap sex. Strip clubs are also all over the city and not in one little area. Massage parlours are also in the every corner, so you will not have problems getting laid in this beautiful city.

Prostitutes

Quebec city has a variety of hookers advertising online and in newspapers. Usually they will cost more than the ones you find in the streets. Although street prostitution is not so common in Quebec City, you will still find some street walkers in the downtown at nighttime.

Street Hookers

Street prostitution is present but is confined to downtown areas during the later evening hours. Procuring the services of a prostitute or impeding traffic for the purpose of prostitution is illegal. Average cost in the street is $20-$40 for suck and $40-$100 for fuck.

See also: How To Pick Up Hookers in North America

Strip Clubs

  • Entrance fee:

Some have entrance fees others do not. Usually it is about 2-10$. But even if there is no fee the doorman will expect a tip. Even if he doesn’t take you to your table. Couple of is average tip for doorman. Giving more won't get you any advantages.

  • Private Dances:

It is legal in Canada to have physical contacts with strippers.

Dances at your table are usually 5-10$, full nudity but NO contact.

Physical contact goes on in “booths” and are usually 10-20$. Stripper will keep her underwear on and you can touch with your hands (no mouth) everywhere but on the area covered by the underwear. In the booth forget it the girl won’t take off her underwear. But if you ask she can show you her pussy a little. Please note that physical contacts are not possible in all strip clubs.

The best clubs will have VIP rooms, beds where you can get a lesbian show or something else fun. The possibilities vary from one club to another so if you are looking for something specific call them and ask if they can fill your fantasy. If you have a lesbian show in private you can’t touch usually and girls are not supposed to lick each other. But it can happen if you are lucky.

  • Stage shows:

Strippers can get completely naked on stage. They can touch their pussy a little, but they can not masturbate, penetrate with objects or have sex. Some clubs have also lesbian shows where girls are not suppose to lick each others, but sometimes you can see that too.

Here is a list of strip clubs in Quebec City:

  • Bar La Broussaille • 84 boul. Pierre-Bertrand • 418-687-2381
  • Cabaret Lady Mary Ann • 915 Boulevard Charest Ouest • 418-686-5089.
  • Cabaret Le Carole • 7241 Boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel • 418-872-2582
  • Cabaret Le Folichon • 6300 boul Wilfrid-Hamel • 418-871-1477

Brothels

Brothel business is happening in the Massage parlours of the city where you can get laid under $200.

Erotic Massage Parlors

See Also: Massage Parlor Etiquette

Erotic Massage Parlor Locations in Quebec CIty

  • Le Plaisir Des Sens

2300 Leon Harmel door 110, Quebec, QC G1N 4L2, (418) 527-6969

Rates: 30 min / $ 70, 45 min / $ 80, 60 min / $ 90

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 23h - Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 18h

Transsexuals / Shemales

You can find some shemale´s advertising online or in the local newspapers. Cost is usually 80-250$ for one hour. Also occasionally you may be lucky to spot one in some of the city´s gay friendly nightclubs.

Gay & Lesbian

For the gay community, the Fête Arc-en-ciel (Rainbow Festival in english), takes place in September.

  • Le Drague (815 rue St-Augustin at St-Joachim)

Huge cabaret and dance club, especially popular during terrace-sitting warm season. Weekly line-up includes Country dancing, girls Tuesdays, karaoke, Latino nights, drag pros and amateur shows, quiz games, and weekend disco dancing.

  • Bar Le Sacrilege (447 rue St-Jean)

Gay friendly place with terrace seating, cafe fare of snacks and beverages, magazines and internet access, a mixed and varied crowd, and various theater and music events, open seven days a week until 3am.

  • ForHom (221 rue St-Jean)

Gay men's social club and bar for members only, with terrace and free WiFi internet, next to Sauna Bloc 225.

  • Sauna Bloc 225 (225 rue St-Jean)

This is another sure bet for steam lovers, with plenty of coming and going in their renovated Victorian-era building. Facilities cover three floors, with a sky-lit four-level atrium.

  • Sauna Backboy (264 de la Couronne, downtown)

Including sauna, steam, whirlpool, lockers and rooms, plus an upstairs labyrinth. There is parking on the premises, and also a snack bar, video lounge, and a nice fireplace.

Sex Shops & Adult Stores

  • Les Fantasmes d'Elite

415 Rue Dorchester Québec, QC G1K 6A9 Kanada‎ Muokkaa tietoja +1 418-529-4447

Escort Services & Agencies

The best way to find Escort Agencies and hookers in Quebec city is ads in newspapers. Or online of course like always! Average cost for one hour is $100-$250.

Daily Papers with Escort ads:

  • Journal de Quebec (French)
  • Le Soleil (French)
  • Quebec Chronicle Telegraph (English)

Small dictionary to use French classifieds:

  • Adultes = Adults
  • Personels = Personals
  • Escorte = Escort
  • Massage = Massage
  • Services pour Adultes = Services for Adults
  • Services spécialisés = Specialized services
  • Recoit = receives (incalls)

Sleeping

  • Budget

Centre Santé-Nature, 835 Des Ruisseaux avenue, ☎ +1 418-833-7414.
Charming and warm hostel/B&B run by a very nice older Qubecois woman named Chantal.
Spacious, clean rooms. Shared bathrooms. Located in Levis, Quebec which is a nice ~10 minute ferry ride from the old city ($2, runs until 2:30am) .
Great option if arriving in Quebec by car is to park on the Levis side for free and then take the ferry right to the old town.
Private rooms are $30 per person with excellent homemade breakfast included.

  • Mid-range

Relais Charles-Alexandre, 1 Grande-Allée Est, ☎ +1 418 523-1220.
Squeaky-clean small hotel in a new building built to look like an old one.
Rooms are small, but equipped with en-suite bathrooms, and a tasty breakfast made to order is included.
Note that children are not allowed. Rooms from $89/119 low/high season.

  • Splurge

Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, 1 rue des Carrieres, ☎ +1 418 692-3861.
One of Canadian Pacific Railway's grand old hotels, this castle-like building dominates the Quebec skyline and claims, with some justification, to be the most photographed hotel in North America.
The location right next to the funicular connecting Haute-Ville and Basse-Ville is as convenient as it gets, but expect tour groups marching through the lobby at five-minute intervals. $300+, but offers AAA discounts.

Stay Safe

Quebec City is a low crime threat post. Quebec City is a very friendly city, and movement throughout the city is unrestricted except for mostly French-only signage. There are no standing curfews or restrictions on any of the usual freedoms U.S. citizens would normally have. Crime is no greater or worse than in most other major US or Canadian cities. The crime trends tend to gravitate toward vehicles and other personal valuables. Duty officer reporting suggests that thieves target U.S. plated cars looking for normal tourist valuables. U.S. passports and other identity documents are often left inside vehicles and are taken.

Street crime throughout Canada can best be categorized as below or at U.S. levels for comparable metropolitan areas. The Quebec City Police Service (SPVQ) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) considered the downtown area where the majority of sites and hotels are to be quite safe. The downtown area, including the lower town (basse ville), is an enjoyable area of restaurants and boutiques during the daytime and early evening. However, one may encounter open use of recreational drugs and alcoholic drinks and occasional incidents of violence on the streets.

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