Croatia  (Croatian: Hrvatska) is a country situated in Southeast Europe. It is to the east side of the Adriatic Sea, to the east of Italy. It is bordered by Slovenia to the northwest, Hungary to the north, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, Serbia in the east, and Montenegro to the south.
Sex Scene and Prostitution
Prostitution is illegal but widespread and generally punishable by fines. Women’s organizations claimed that prostitutes faced abuse, stigmatization, and public humiliation. There were reports that women were trafficked for commercial sexual exploitation… The country is mainly a transit country for women and girls trafficked from countries in Eastern Europe and the Balkans to other parts of Europe for prostitution and labor exploitation. The country was also a source and destination country for trafficked women.
There are three distinct areas of Croatia: Lowland Croatia (cr: Nizinska Hrvatska), Littoral Croatia (Primorska Hrvatska) and Mountainish Croatia (Gorska Hrvatska) and these can be neatly split into five travel regions:
(cr. Istra) a peninsula in the northwest, bordering Slovenia
seashore and highlands north of Dalmatia, includes subregions; Bay of Kvarner and Highlands (Lika and Gorski Kotar)
(cr. Dalmacija) a strip of mainland and islands between the Mediterranean and Bosnia and Herzegovina
including subregions Slavonija and Baranja(north of river Drava) (cr. Slavonija) northeastern area of forests and fields, bordering Hungary, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Central Croatia |
(cr. Središnja Hrvatska) north central highlands, location of Zagreb
- Zagreb - the capital and largest city of Croatia.
- Dubrovnik - historic coastal city and UNESCO World Heritage site.
- Split- ancient port city with Roman ruins.
- Pula - biggest town in Istria with the Roman amphitheater (commonly called Arena)
- Rijeka - Croatia's third-largest city and main port
- Varaždin - Croatia's former Baroque capital.
- Zadar - biggest city of north-central Dalmatia with rich history
- Makarska - Beach town
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Gay & Lesbian
In Roman Catholic Croatia, gays are accepted but not celebrated. Croatia legalized homosexuality in 1977, but overt homosexual behavior is frowned upon in general and may be met with hostility in rural areas. Except for a few places in Zagreb, gay clubs are almost nonexistent, though some nightclubs and discos are patronized almost exclusively by gays. During the summer, many gays frequent FKK (nudist) beaches, the city of Dubrovnik, and the island of Hvar. As in many other cities in the world, the last Saturday in June is Gay Pride Day in Zagreb.
Oglasnik newspaper in Croatia contains in its section personal contacts a huge number of women offering erotic massage and escort service. Most Croatian escorts also advertise online. Price for sex services is around 40 - 140 euros depending the looks and popularity of the escort and the amount of the time spent. Price can vary a lot especially for the locals and foreigners.
Attention! Avoid strip clubs at all costs unless you know what you are doing. They are often run by very shady characters, and often overcharge their guests. Recent cases include foreigners that were charged 2000 euros for a bottle of champagne. These clubs overcharge their customers to the extreme, and their bouncers will not have any mercy if you tell them you are unable to pay. You will soon find yourself in a local hospital. Using common sense is essential, but due to the nature of the clubs this may be in short supply, and you may be better advised simply to steer well clear of these clubs.
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