Vladivostok (Russian phrasebook: Владивосто́к, vlah-dee-vah-STOHK)  is a city in Russia. It serves as the eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Some travellers arrive here at the end or the beginning of a trip on the Trans-Siberian. But it has enough attractions and atmosphere to support a couple of days. This is Vladivostok sex guide to tell where to find prostitution, brothels and escorts in Vladivostok.
Sex Scene and Prostitution
Prostitution is illegal in Russia, but the fine for prostituting is symbolic and amount to from 1500 to 2000 Russian rubles (about 30-40 euros). This sum is less than many Russian prostitutes earn for the standard for Russia one-hour work. This is perhaps one of the reasons why the sexual practice is widespread and so blatant in Saint Petersburg and every other major Russian city. Basically finding sex in St. Petersburg Russia is very easy.
The three key players involved in Russia’s sex tourism industry are the tourists, women, and “brokers.” Most of the people take participate in sex tourism are tourists from Europe and North America. Although considered middle class back home, these visitors are considered wealthy by Russian standards, and that is why they come to Russia for cheap adult vacations.
Russian women may be stereotyped as blondes with blue eyes and pale skin but this is far from the reality. Most of the girls working in Russian sex tourism come from former Soviet republics. The girls are very diverse in appearance. The majority of blondes are most likely from countries such as Ukraine, Belarus and Estonia. Asian girls come from countries like Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Middle eastern looking women are probably from Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan. Of course, there are plenty of real Russian women who are involved in the sex tourism. Whether it’s a tall blonde beauty or a seductive Persian lady, there are plenty of women for every preference.
Red Light District
Prostitutes and Sex Workers
Strip Clubs & Lap Dance
Erotic Massage Parlors
Transsexuals / Shemales
Gay & Lesbian
In a lot of ways, Russia remains more conservative than most European countries.