Yes, Brussels does have a red light district very similar to Amsterdam in appearance located one block north of Brussels Nord train station. It only encompasses one long street, as opposed to Amsterdam's labrynth of alleys and canals filled with windowgirls. A standard 'session' costs €40 in Brussels, compared to €50 in Amsterdam.
The Red Light district is located in the street directly adjacent to the Brussels Nord railwaystation.
The Brussels Red Light district (commonly referred to as "Aarschotstraat" or "Rue d'Aerschot" named after the street it's in) is located east of the Brussels North Railway station.
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A red-light district is where people can smoke drugs and where prostatutes are. Red-light district warns people about what they are about to enter.
Red Light District is the center of adult industry in an urban area. The popular red light district is in Amsterdam.
A red light district is the part of a city that has prostitutes.
No it is not. Brussels is in Belgium not in Switzerland
The red light district in Amsterdam in known for a high concentration of brothels and sex-oriented businesses. It is named the "red light district" because of the red signs hanging from the brothels.
in the words of Jimmy Carr's taxi driver "there's no red light district in Newcastle" As someone who lives in the city, I can confirm: there is no recognised 'Red Light' district as such. I'm NOT saying that it does not happen, just that there is no specific 'district'.
The red light district
My wife gave me a fabulous blowjob in a hotel outside Charlottesville. Oherwise, no, no red light district in Cville.
Worldwide Red Light District - 1996 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:M
No. It is the red light district.
The red light district.
De Wallen (Red Light District)
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