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Contact Admin. This does not mean the red light districts only but we will focus on this aspect in this article. Dublin, the capital of Republic of Ireland, is one of the most beautiful places in the world and also the largest city of Ireland.
It is a very popular tourist destination that attracts tourists from around the world. Tourists come to Dublin for myriad reasons but the innumerable pubs and the presence of a vibrant night life has given the city a major boost in the tourist happiness index. And, lest we forget, there is a red light district in Dublin. Prostitution in Ireland is legal but strangely most of the activities associated with it like operating brothels, pimping and soliciting in a public place are strictly illegal.
At one point of time there was a red-light district in Dublin which was known by the name of Monto. The area enjoyed a good phase from s to s and at one point there were around prostitutes working around here can catered to all classes of customers. It earned the reputation of being the biggest Red-Light district in Europe at one point of time. The financial viability of the area was upheld by the huge number of British Army barracks and the soldiers in the city of Dublin.
May be it is not financially viable nowadays or probably due to some other reason. Prior to most of the female sex workers worked on the streets. But with the advent of the Sexual Offences Act, this has stopped. Since that year, brothels marketed as high class escort agencies have the most popular form of prostitution.
However, advertising in print publications is not allowed and is strictly illegal. The escort agencies also advertise in some Dublin newspapers but the online medium is very popular. Leeson Street is quite well known for illegal brothels, shady massage parlors and streetwalkers. The average girls charge around EUR for 30 min of sex. As per last unofficial census, there are around sex workers in Duiblin today.