Brussels (or Bruxelles as the French call it or Brussel in Dutch language) is a popular destination for upscale escorts to hook up with businessmen looking to blow off some steam. Like in most of the developed countries prostitution in Brussels is perfectly legal, even though the government thoroughly monitors and punishes any signs of pimping or illegal human traffic. There are huge online catalogues of escorts who are living in Brussels permanently or are just hopping over for a couple of days or weeks. Especially in the Schuman and Ixelles areas of Brussels there are some apartment hotels which do not have a reception desk and which provide optimal privacy to ladies and customers. SLAA could be an adequate abbreviation for describing the escorts population in Brussels since it can be seen as a mixed salad of Slavic, Latin, Asian and African women. Actually the Dutch word for salad is sla, pronounced as slaa, so it would even fit in well.
Brussels is a favourite stopover of elite escorts who are touring in Europe and to places like Dubai. Often these are students and girls in their 20s looking like photo models and using Instagram pics. The vast majority is coming from Central and Eastern European countries; especially Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Latvia and other Baltic countries are well represented. But there is also an impressive number of Latin escorts and other sex workers in Brussels. Brussels has a large Brazilian community, so it is not surprising that many ladies from Brazil work from private apartments or in window prostitution. If transsexuals and shemales are your cup of tea the chances are high you will end up with a Brazilian or other Latina. As far as Asian sex workers are concerned; Chinese ladies take the biggest piece of the cake. They are often operating from dodgy massage studios or private apartments, not far from the city centre, African ladies offering incall and outcall escort service are available as well. The former Zaire was a Belgian colony and traditionally there is a large Congolese community in Brussels. The Matonge district of Brussels, close to metro Porte Namur, is the beating heart of the African community and has also a vibrant nightlife scene.
The escort scene in Brussels, also short-named BXL after its French name, is pretty upscale. Prices for incall and outcall meetings are comparable to cities as London and Paris and most VIP call girls won’t even pick up their phone for less than €200. Agency girls will cost you at least this price since they need to share the revenues with the bureau owner. A popular agency that always has girls residing in apartment hotels in both centre and the EU (Ixelles and Schuman) areas and which is already on the market quite some time is Escort of Belgium (https://www.escortofbelgium.com/). Almost all of their escorts who are touring to Brussels on regular basis are young attractive Russian or Ukrainian girls. Some independent girls will have their own website, but most of them will post their profiles on Belgian and international escort directories. Oohlala.be (https://oohlala.be/) and Quartier Rouge (https://www.quartier-rouge.be/), which has also a Dutch equivalent: Redlights (https://www.redlights.be/), are popular advertisement platforms for independent call girls and agency girls operating from Brussels.
The golden rule - as always - is that the more stunning and glamorous a girl looks, the more you should be on guard. Divine Girls (http://www.divine-girls.com/) has a section Verified escorts which suggest the lady has put genuine images in her profile. But in order to be on the safe side, you also should look around for reviews to check if a date with a lady you fancy would be worth every penny. In the French speaking communities Youppie (https://youppie.net/) is an immense popular forum site with tons of reviews on escorts and other sex workers in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and even Germany and the Netherlands. And even here there is always chance that reviews are posted and made up by an escort girl herself, her pimp or an agency owner.
The Brussels’ red light district around the Northern railway station, Gare du Nord is quite different from its equivalent in Amsterdam. In Amsterdam the atmosphere on De Wallen sometimes resembles that of a family entertainment amusement park. It has become a major attraction for tourists who stroll with their whole family along the red illuminated windows. In Brussels the atmosphere is definitely more edgy and dodgy. At nights when large group of loud youngsters fill up the Rue d’Aerschot/Aarschotstraat and connected streets near the Brussels-North railway station (in French: Gare de Bruxelles-Nord and in Dutch: Station Brussel-Noord) it can even feel unpleasant and unsafe. There are reports of robbery and pick pocking but there are also police surveillances and when you are cautious you will be usually fine. The window girls also come from all over the world. African women dominate some small streets and alleys, while European girls, especially from Romania, Bulgaria and Albania, occupy the windows in other sections. The brothels have a labyrinth of rooms and sometimes you can easily get lost. Some venues have a little bar in the frontend, where customers can grab a beer to get rid of the nerves and become more relaxed before accepting the invitation of a lady to spend some private time with her. Once inside do not always count on a bed since some rooms are so tiny that only a bench will fit in. Taking a shower afterwards a short but sweaty session is usually not part of the deal but there are some refreshment facilities. Inside you will usually meet up with a madam, an older Belgian lady whose job is to keep everything tidy and clean, and who will expect a little tip from you. This in addition to the €40-€50 you can anticipate to pay for a 15-20 minutes session.
Brussels has a lot of street action as well. During evenings prostitutes roam the area of Brussels’ most expensive shopping street Avenue Louise. Most working girls can be easily recognized: dressed to kill and waiting in front of the business and tourist hotels in this district. Rue des Commercants/Koopliedenstraat is a large avenue between Gare du Nord and the centre. The street name meaning “Merchants” fits very well with the commercial activities at evenings when the area is packed with sometimes really attractive streetwalkers. You can take them to one of the nearby short-stay or love hotels for as little as €50. Another famous or better said notorious zone for street prostitution is the nearby area around the Rue de Laeken/Lakensestraat. Around the Royal Flemish Theatre and further up towards the Rue des Commercants you will see many street hookers, mainly from Romania, Bulgaria, Albania and other Balkan countries. In addition to the usual Eastern European crowds there are also many South American ladies, often from the shemale or transsexuals department. Anticipate that before action starts you will also have to pay (at least €30) for using a room in the love hotels nearby. Brussels has a lot of such places with these rendez-vous rooms. Almost next to the European Parliament on Rue du Parnasse/Parnassustraat 38 in Ixelles you will find Studio l’Intime where you can rent fully equipped rooms for intimate moments.
When you are fed up with people of flesh and blood you can also give it a go with Belgium’s first sex dolls brothel. Dolls (https://dolls.be), which labels itself as Belgium’s Premium Sex Doll House is at a discreetly located spot in Northern Brussels. The lifelike dolls are made of TPE (Thermo Plastic Elastomere) and have three usable openings as the website puts it quite directly. Prices start at €50 per 30 minutes and the dolls are thoroughly cleaned after each session. The initiator and owner of the dolls bordello is a former director of a cleaning company, so it will no come as a surprise that hygiene has top priority.