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It used to be that central and eastern European women dominated Greece’s prostitution industry, but six years of crippling financial austerity have forced local women back into a trade where they now offer some of the lowest prices on the Continent. The grim competition for business has led to cash-strapped young girls and students slashing prices, and even offering sexual encounters in exchange for something to eat. The Beach is Where you Want to Go! Paid big money for a drink of Cold Duck or Night Train in a sleazy Plaka or Syngrou Avenue strip-joint bar? Bouncers big as a barn too! Never give your credit card in a situation like that!

BORDELLOS: Look for the little red light if you want a state licensed bordello! Officially there are 230 licensed houses in the city of Athens employing some 600 prostitutes. Unofficially there are thousands of hookers, full time and part time. The area near Viktorias Square and the street called Filis which is parallel to major Street Pattision is the major red light district of Athens. Oddly enough a “kiss” in Greek is a fili. Its not Amsterdam however and more low key.

Bordellos exist in other areas too: Sophokleous St. Platia Vathis, Monastiraki, Plaka, Psyrri Metaxourghio, Aghios Georgos. Prostitution Prostitution is legal in Greece. Licenced prostitutes see a doctor every second week. But many women being sold in Greece are victims of Trafficking, a modern form of slavery which human  rights groups and sensitive people around the world condemn. Participating in sex with a victim of Trafficking is rape. ESCORT SERVICES are illegal but its un enforced.

The ads are all in Greek in this one but have more to choose from. You never know what is going to show up at your door anyway do you? Athens Greece Prostitutes Protest Brothel Limits: Associated Press ATHENS, Greece – More than 150 prostitutes staged a vigil Monday to protest laws they claim will cripple Greece’s legal brothels and feed the illegal sex trade before next year’s Olympic Games. The Greek prostitutes – mostly linked to state-sanctioned brothels – gathered outside the Interior Ministry to demand authorities back off enforcement of a 1999 law that sets strict rules on the location of bordellos. Athens’ municipal council has revived the once widely ignored rules in an effort to bolster the city’s image before the Olympics.