Rio de Janeiro is one of the most popular cities among sex tourists all over the world. There is plenty of action to be had, and the girls here are definitely more sexually liberal and outgoing, but you still need to have a certain grasp of things before going in. And yes, Rio can be dangerous in some spots, but like most cities, a little common sense goes a long way.
Vila Mimosa is one of the most notorious areas of prostitution in Brazil. While sex tourists visit Copacabana en masse, Vila Mimosa attracts a more local clientele. A few thousand women work in this neighborhood in the north of Rio de Janeiro—estimations of the number of women varies between 2, and 3, —while the area claims to receive 4, visitors daily.
Rio is one of the capitals for the world market for sex; it is one of the most renowned and socially diverse with regards to the demand and supply of the trade. The number one place to find luxury brothels is Copacabana. Along the sea front, Copacabana offers sunsets and shelter to anyone from every corner of the world that meets there in exchange of money.
Rio de Janeiro is the most beautiful city in the world. There are dozens of beaches, beautiful ladies, a booming nightlife and the famous Brazilian vibe that got millions of foreigners in love with the country. I was lucky enough to live there for a few months and literally had the best time of my life.
I will explain the good, the bad, the deceitful, and the gems. This is not a guide that gives cloudy suggestions or recommendations. I have fallen into the traps and the rip-offs.
Are the Brazilian women in Rio de Janeiro really all that hot? First of all, Rio is somewhat overrated. Having travelled through much of the U.
Like it or not and most locals don't like itmany men come to Rio with one thing on their minds. But are they there to hire prostitutes, as female friends back home might suspect, or simply to strut their masculinity in a sexually freer society, as they themselves like to think? While there are plenty of genuine love stories here between brasileiras and turistas, and plenty more cold fee-for-service transactions, it's often not a simple question of you-paid-or-you-didn't.
After four years of tending bar at Centaurus, the most elite brothel in the sex-for-pay melee that is the recklessly beautiful city of Rio de Janeiro, Sergio Limas — 47 years old, pleasantly gruff and handsomely handlebar mustached — had become unfazeable. Even though it was forbidden, clients would often try and get him to come into one of the upstairs rooms, to sleep with him, or to watch him sleep with the girls whose time they had paid for. As Limas saw, anyone with enough money could live big at Centaurus.
Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Authorities have spent billions to ready the city, and each time tourists flocked in, local businesses braced for a bumper season. Nowhere is this clearer than in Centro, the downtown area of Rio, tucked in the shadow of the newly-constructed Olympic Boulevard.