While lurking the Prague streets, you may run into establishments that tend to escape the mainstream tourist attention – but are no less interesting. A visit to an erotic spa in Prague could prove to be something quite extraordinary. But do you know how to behave at a place like that? We’re here to acquaint you with the basic etiquette to follow!
Erotic spas in Prague are not brothels, remember that!
There are many places that offer erotic massages in Prague, but these are not to be confused with brothels. You cannot expect intercourse, not even oral. With that said, you can most certainly expect a “happy ending” achieved by hand stimulation. That is the limit – trying to push things further may even result in you being thrown out by security, so keep that in mind!
Do bring cash
You can never go wrong with cash – but sometimes you can go wrong with card. Some parlours won’t accept anything other than hard cash (typically Czech crowns or Euros). So, to save yourself the run to the nearest cash machine, bring at least the correct amount for your massage (+ something for a tip, ideally) with you!
Do be on time
Some parlours will ask you to make a booking (typically by phone or an email) prior to your visit. If that’s the case, make sure to come at the correct time – these places have a tight schedule, and if you’re late, you’re robbing yourself of precious massage time. Worst case, your masseuse may no longer be available…
Do take advantage of any extra services they might offer
Aside from their main choice of massages, most parlours will offer some extra services to spice things up a bit. The options may differ, but among the main ones, you could almost always find:
- Lap dance – A sensual dance in your lap, serving as a prelude to your procedure.
- Prostate stimulation – Prostate gland is a vital reproductive organ. Keeping it healthy via a massage is one of the best thing you could do for it.
- Footjob – Foot fetishist and people willing to experiment can take advantage of a classic footjob.
There’s no need for Dutch courage
While it’s normal to be a bit nervous prior to your massage, especially if it’s your first time, don’t try to boost your confidence with alcohol. Not only will it dull your senses, making your time there somewhat less enjoyable, but it will also dehydrate you. For the same reasons, avoid coffee and sugary drink prior to your visit. You will have to stay hydrated – the massage will increase your blood flow, which will cause your body to demand more liquids, dehydrating you even further. So, instead of drinking alcohol before your procedure, rather bring a big bottle of water to replenish your supplies of water afterwards!
Don’t be afraid to say if something feels great
While it’s generally advised not to talk too much while getting your massage, you should of course alert your masseuse if something feels really good – or really bad, for that matter. On the other hand, don’t try to tell her how to do her job – chances are, she is much more experienced in this regard than you are, so don’t be disrespectful.
Don’t forget to tip if you’ve been satisfied
While it’s not necessary and no one will force you or shame you into tipping, it could be a great gesture of appreciation if you feel you’ve been treated well. Typically a 10% tip is sufficient enough, but feel free to add more on top of that.
Try to abide by these rules, as well as those of common decency, and we can guarantee your visit to a sensual Prague parlour will be a great one!
Have you ever visited – or plan to visit – an erotic massage parlour? How was it or what entices you to try it? Do you have any tips on overcoming nervousness in situations like this without alcohol? Which of the aforementioned extras would you choose and why? Let us know in the comments!