Locals in Ghent have actually had a tense relationship with the Red-light district establishments, and it’s come to something of a head in recent years with the incumbent mayor, Daniel Termont, moving to pass legislation which prevents show-women from displaying themselves naked or semi-naked in the windows.
A city-wide law requiring workers in the industry to dress appropriately came into force last year after locals lodged a number of complaints detailing the excessive exposure that was on display along with repeated incidents of violence reportedly occurring nearby.
A new local police order will force sex workers working day and night behind Amsterdam-style, neon-flashing windows, a feature of the trade across north-eastern mainland Europe, to cover up and quit sexually-charged posing before passers-by.
It's possible also to hire a webcam model to a private chat room where you can ask the person to fulfill your fantasies.
Dating in Ghent can be a bit tricky due to cultural differences, so your best bet is to sign up for a dating site before your trip so you can meet a few locals ahead of time.
Usually girls work in shifts behind the bar and around the pole. Local merchants in the quarter as it synchronize watches his work with the clock prostitutes: most restaurants and cafes open at the end of the day and work all night.
Rates for prostitutes in the window are different - from 25 to 200 euros.
Most of the prostitution is centred on the classic-looking Glazen Straatje (Glass Alley), a recently restored (as of 2012) covered archway style mall that actually oozes a certain Parisian-chic character.