Haarlem Sex Guide advises where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, sex shops, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Haarlem, Netherlands.
Haarlem is a lovely historical city, located on the river Spaarne at no more than 20 kilometres from Amsterdam. International tourism finally seems to have discovered the town's many charms, and an increasing number of visitors find their way here each year.
- 1 Sex Scene and Prostitution
- 2 Where to Get Sex Now
- 3 Red Light Districts
- 4 Prostitutes and Sex Workers
- 5 Street Hookers
- 6 Strip Clubs & Sex Clubs
- 7 Brothels
- 8 Erotic Massage Parlors
- 9 Live Sex Cams
- 10 Dating
- 11 How to find Sugar Babies & Sugar Daddies
- 12 Swinger Clubs and BDSM
- 13 Transsexuals / Shemales
- 14 Gay and Lesbian
- 15 Sexual Services for Women
- 16 Sex Shops and Adult Stores
- 17 Escort Services & Agencies
- 18 Sleeping
- 19 Stay Safe
- 20 Drugs
- 21 See Also
Sex Scene and Prostitution
Prostitution in the Netherlands is legal since 1988 if the prostitute consents. Pimping or otherwise exploiting women against their will is a crime, even in the Netherlands. Illegal prostitution in hotels can be raided by the police and the client as well as the prostitute can be fined or be put in jail. Hotel personnel are obliged by law to notify the police if they suspect these kinds of illegal activities. Having sex with a minor (18 for prostitutes, 16 for other people) is also illegal.
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Red Light Districts
The prostitution in Haarlem is limited in size compared to other Dutch cities. The Red-light district of Haarlem is located around the Begijnhof in the center of Haarlem. It is about five minutes walk from the station.
The neighbourhood has three Red Light District areas where you can find Window prostitution:
- The Alley (free admission)
- the Red Lantern (free admission)
- The Gate (entrance fee)
Nearby you can find also a few 'loose' windows.
The Alley and The Red Lantern are called internal streets, the windows are found in a building where the alley looks like a real street and the Red Lantern as a square.
The Gate is located in an enclosed courtyard in the former Begijnhof. When you enter "The Gate" brothel, you must pay to get pass the gate.
See Also: Window prostitution
Prostitutes and Sex Workers
In Haarlem most prostitutes are of Eastern European descent.
According to Radio Netherlands, prostitution is concentrated in and around the big cities and in the border towns in the regions of Limburg, Groningen, Twente, West Brabant and Zeeland. Prostitution occurs in various forms: street and Window prostitution, clubs, escort agencies and home-based prostitution. Window prostitution occurs in 12 cities in the Netherlands. It is estimated that on average some 2,000 prostitutes are engaged daily in this form of prostitution.
Street prostitution exists in 10 Dutch cities and involves on average some 320 prostitutes daily.
Strip Clubs & Sex Clubs
You can find Haarlem Strip clubs and sex clubs from following locations:
- Seksclub Penthouse, Baan 17, NL-2012DB Haarlem
Between 3,500 and 4,000 prostitutes are employed daily in 600–700 clubs and private brothels in Netherlands.
Erotic Massage Parlors
Erotic massage parlors and spa´s in Netherlands have mostly Asian workers. Usually cost is 35-60€ per an hour of massage. Inside the massage booth you will pay for extras and prices start from 20€. There is however Asian massage studios that do not offer happy endings or other sex services. Usually the ones that are open late and have girls working in smaller skirts or sexy outfits will offer sex services. You should also see that you are in a right place when you walk inside the parlor and girls will come and talk you with sexy voice and maybe touch you.
Where to find erotic masssage in Haarlem
Massages Kim, Turfsteeg 2a, NL-2011DC, Haarlem
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How to find Sugar Babies & Sugar Daddies
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Swinger Clubs and BDSM
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Transsexuals / Shemales
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About 5% of prostitutes in Netherlands are estimated to be transgender.
Gay and Lesbian
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As mentioned above, the Netherlands is quite liberal when it comes to homosexuality and by far is considered to be one of the gay-friendliest countries in the world. The Netherlands has a reputation of being the first country to recognise same-sex marriage, and openly displaying your orientation wouldn't cause much upset in the Netherlands. However, even a gay friendly country like the Netherlands has room for some criticisms of homosexuality, but this varies depending on where one travels. Regardless, with violence and discrimination against gays being rare as well as the legal status of same-sex marriage in the Netherlands, this country may be considered a gay utopia and should be safe for gays and lesbians (except sometimes in religious neighbourhoods in the major Dutch cities, after big football matches or in demonstrations if there is a violent attitude in general).
Sexual Services for Women
About 5% of prostitutes in Netherlands are estimated to be males.
Sex Shops and Adult Stores
If you don’t feel like visiting or cannot find any local sex shops in Haarlem, you can easily order adult products from Online Sex Shop.
You can find sex shop in Jaanstraat at the Haarlem´s Red-light district.
Sex Shops in Netherlands usually have a good variety of sex toys, dvd´s, lubes and condoms. Some will also have a sex arcades, where mostly gay and bi-curious men go to masturbate while watching porn in a private rooms or cinema. There is also sex shops offering peep-shows and private strip tease. Usually peep show costs about 1 euro per 1 minute. Mostly there is a sexy girl posing behind the curtain, but example in Amsterdam you can see live sex acts between couples in a peep-show.
- sexNzo, Kleine Houtstraat 125, tel.: +31 23 202 2661
- Christine le Duc, Generaal Cronjéstraat 77, tel.: +31 23 525 1286
- Roxy Sextheater, Kleine Houtstraat 77, tel.: +31 23 532 5139
Sex Shops in Haarlem
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You'll find an abundance of hotels in Haarlem. Those are luxurious and expensive hotels, places with average service and pricing and small and cozy boutique hotels for people who value privacy and comfort. And if you want no one in your business, you can rent a separate house or an apartment from a local citizen.
The Netherlands is generally considered a safe country. However, be alert in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and other large cities that are plagued by pickpockets and bicycle theft, violent crimes are very rare.
Police, ambulance and fire brigade have one general emergency number 112. There is one police force, organized in 25 police regions. Visitors will deal with mostly the regional police. Some specialized forces, such as the railway police and the highway police on main roads, are run by a separate national force (highway police being the KLPD - Korps Landelijke Politie Diensten, and railway police being the spoorwegpolitie). When calling 112, if you can, advise on what emergency services what you need. When you need police but there is no life in danger or crime being executed, you call +31900-8844, with this number they will come quickly but without sirens. If you want to report a crime anonymously (e.g. because you are in fear of reprisals or a confrontation with the perpetrator) you can call +31800-7000.
Border controls and port and airport security are handled by a separate police force, the Marechaussee (or abbreviation 'KMar' - Koninklijke Marechaussee), a gendarmerie. They are an independent service of the Dutch armed forces (making them a military service, not a civil one). City guards have security tasks among their duties in most cities such as issuing parking and litter fines. They often have police-style uniforms to confer some authority, but their powers are limited. For instance, only the police carry a gun.
European Network against Racism, an international organisation supported by European Commission reported that, in the Netherlands, half of the Turks reported having experienced racial discrimination. The same report points out a "dramatic growth of Islamophobia" paralleled with antisemitism. Another international organisation, the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia, highlighted a negative trend in the Netherlands regarding attitudes towards minorities, compared to average EU results. The analysis also noted that compared to most other Europeans, in the Netherlands, the majority group is "more in favour of cultural assimilation of minorities" rather than "cultural enrichment by minority groups".
Unsafe parts of cities In the larger cities, certain areas are considered unsafe at night. A few are also unsafe in daylight:
- Amsterdam: Kolenkitbuurt, Overtoomse Veld, Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Osdorp
- The Hague: Morgenstond, Schilderswijk
- Deventer: Heechterp/Schieringen, Rivierenwijk
- Eindhoven: Woensel West
- Leeuwarden: Heechterp/Schieringen
- Maastricht: Noord-Oost
- Nijmegen: Hatert
- Rotterdam: Bloemhof, Hillesluis, Oude Noorden, Oude Westen, Pendrecht, Spangen, Tarwewijk, Tussendijken
- Utrecht: Kanaleneiland, Ondiep
- Zaanstad: Poelenburg
Gapers (Black Moors Head)
Usually the head is of a black or Moor man. This is because in the 15-17th centuries, pharmacists would travel through the country with an assistant trying to sell their medicines. Before an audience the pharmacist would give a pill to his assistant. These were often Moors. The assistant would act better. So pharmacies became known by the assistant's head. Today some bars and restaurants are named after Gapers. There is also a large collections of them in the Netherlands Drugstore Museum in Maarssen.
The Netherlands is renowned for its liberal drug policy. While technically still illegal because international treaties, personal use of (soft) drugs are regulated by the Ministry of Justice under an official policy of gedogen; literally this means to accept or tolerate, legally it is a doctrine of non-prosecution on the basis that action taken would be so highly irregular as to constitute selective prosecution.
Note that this does not mean the Dutch are all permanently high. In fact drug usage is much lower in the Netherlands than it is in countries with more restrictive policies. Much of the clientèle of the coffeeshops (see below) is in fact tourists. Be sure you are among like-minded people before lighting up a spliff.
You are allowed to buy and smoke small doses (5 g or less) of cannabis or hash. You must be 18 or older to buy. For this you have to visit a coffeeshop, which are abundant in most larger towns. Coffeeshops are not allowed to sell alcohol. Minors (those under 18) are not allowed inside. Coffeeshops are prohibited from explicit advertising, so many use the Rastafari red-yellow-green colors to hint at the products available inside, while others are more discreet and sometimes almost hidden away from plain view. In the border provinces of Limburg, North Brabant and Zeeland it is now only possible to buy cannabis products in a coffeeshop if you've got a wietpas ("weed pass") from may 2012. Only residents of the Netherlands can get a pass! This measure will be introduced in an effort to combat drug related crime and nuisance.
Beware that cannabis sold in the Netherlands is often stronger than varieties outside, so be careful when you take your first spliff. Be particularly wary of cannabis-laced pastries ("space cakes") as it's easy to eat too much by accident — although there are also unscrupulous shops that sell space cakes with no weed at all. Wait at least one hour after eating!
Hallucinogenic ("magic") mushrooms, once legal, are banned as of December 1st, 2008. However, "magic truffles", which contain the same active ingredients as magic mushrooms are still technically legal and are sold in some Amsterdam head shops.
It is forbidden to drive any motorized vehicle while impaired, which includes driving under the influence of both illegal and legal recreational or prescribed drugs (such as cocaine, ecstasy, cannabis and mushrooms) as well as alcohol, and medication that might affect your ability to drive.
Buying soft drugs from dealers in the streets is always illegal and is commonly discouraged. The purchase of other (hard) drugs such as ecstasy, cocaine, or processed/dried mushrooms is still dealt with by the law. However, often people who are caught in possession of small amounts of illegal drugs for personal use are not prosecuted.
The act of consuming any form of drugs is legal, even if possession is not. If you are seen taking drugs, you may theoretically be arrested for possession, but not for use. This has one important effect; do not hesitate to seek medical help if you are suffering from bad effects of drug use, and inform emergency services as soon as possible of the specific (illegal) drugs you have taken. Medical services are unconcerned with where you got the drugs, they will not contact the police, their sole intention is to take care of you in the best way possible.
At some parties, a "drug testing desk" is offered, where you can have your (synthetic) drugs tested. This is mainly because many pills contain harmful chemicals in addition to the claimed ingredients; for example, many pills of "ecstasy" (MDMA) will also contain speed (amphetamines). Some pills don't even contain any MDMA at all. The testing desks are not meant to encourage drug use, since venue owners face stiff fines for allowing drugs in their venues, but they are tolerated or 'gedoogd' since they mitigate the public health risks. Note: the desk won't return the drugs tested.
Please note that there are significant risks associated with drug use, even in the Dutch liberal climate
- while marijuana bought at coffeeshops is unlikely to be hazardous, hard drugs like cocaine and heroin and synthetic drugs like ecstasy are still illegal and unregulated. These hard drugs are likely to be in some way contaminated, especially when bought from street dealers.
- some countries have legislation in place that make it illegal to plan a trip for the purpose of commiting illegal acts in another jurisdiction, so you might be apprehended in your home country after having legally smoked pot in the Netherlands.
Alcohol and weed
Be very careful with alcohol and weed, don't use any alcohol the first couple of times you smoke weed, drinking one beer after you've smoked can feel like drinking ten beers. However, alcohol and weed can be a very nice and trippy experience, especially for people who don't feel enough from just smoking weed (to some people weed might be a little bit disappointing, others can space the whole night on 0.5 g). Alcohol and weed amplify each other, a little bit of alcohol can cause you to intensely feel the effect of the weed, but a tiny bit too much can make you feel dizzy and/or nauseous. In the end, be careful, pace yourself and know your limits. There's loads of fun to be had, if you act responsibly.