Mostar Sex Guide advises where to find sex , working girls , prostitution , street hookers , brothels , red-light districts , sex shops , prostitutes , erotic massage parlors , strip clubs and escorts in Mostar , Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar is a city in Bosnia and Herzegovina , formerly one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the country, and today suffering geographical division of ethnic groups. The city was the most heavily bombed of any Bosnian city during the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina following the breakup of then-Yugoslavia. Prostitution in Bosnia and Herzegovina is illegal. The law treats procuring as a major crime.
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I honestly not recommend this place. Together with my friend we traveled by car from Budapest to Montenegro, on the way we were visit interesting places, Belgrade, Sarajevo, Mostar, we were lose the way so we were get too late to pre-booked hotel. Therefore, we started to look for something different and we found this hotel. The announcement fantastic hotel with great descriptions, in fact, the woman who opened was very unpleasant, she lied to the price of the room euros - per person , she called us prostitutes and even started a push and beat my friend and then she said, that our place is on the street. We did not understand this situation because earlier we were told her our story. In addition, we were nice and we were did not look like prostitutes.
horrible, unnice people, rude lying... - Hotel Pellegrino
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The joint study by ECPAT International and local ECPAT member IFS-EMMAUS says that destitution, discrimination against ethnic minorities and social exclusion are fueling this crime, and that while arrests represent just the tip of the iceberg, the report says that 57 human trafficking and related cases were prosecuted in the country in , of whom 39 were child victims. These factors especially make Roma children, who also suffer discrimination, vulnerable to being trafficked, exploited and abused. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, social prejudice often leads public sentiment to brand trafficking victims, including exploited children, as willing prostitutes and so they attract little empathy. Trafficking of children in Bosnia Herzegovina mostly occurs within the borders of the country.