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This content will be about sex, drugs and rock n' roll! If this is not what you are looking for please return to the main page of LandingPadBA. See all tours. Independiente is one of the five biggest Argentinean soccer clubs. See what football passion is all about! Locally operated and entry guaranteed. By BA Basics February 19, Like any other large city, there is no lack of brothels, swinger clubs and seedy joints in Buenos Aires. Prostitution is, for the most part, legal here and is advertised subtly.
There is a loose law that requires streetwalkers to stay at least meters from private residences. As a result, most prostitution solicitation takes place within brothels and strip clubs. Strip Clubs Strip clubs are like brothels, but with a bit of teasing and sexy display before any transactions take place.
Most will have a hefty entry fee at the door and sell expensive drinks to ensure that the club is making money. Inside the club patrons can relax, enjoy the sights and make eye contact with any of the enticing ladies of the night. Exchanges are negotiated before leaving the club, and may or may not include the rate of the nearby telo hourly hotel.
General rules of thumb are to: 1. The girls will often request that you buy them a drink. Drinks will not be cheap- but this shows them that you are serious and have the cash to splash. Cocodrilo Gallo , Barrio Norte. A mixture of legit club with comedians and shows on the bottom floor and full on disco, pole dancing upstairs.
Great for groups, the women will be less aggressive. How could both Bill Clinton and Diego Maradona be wrong!? Considered the top strip club and brothel in Buenos Aires. Closed as of Jan Awesome building. Typical bar with pricey drinks, but with lots of working girls. Hidden in plain sight, standard looking bar with expensive drinks and a very attractive female working crowd. Brothels Straight up brothels with no bells and whistles are scattered throughout Buenos Aires and most are not advertised with neon signs.