As its name pithily suggests, this Czech Republic attraction is dedicated to the mechanics of rumpy pumpy. Sounds saucy. But Prague is a well-suited host with a population well-known for their progressive views. Originally from San Marino, Bizzocchi saved for 20 plus years and befriended antique dealers around the world in order to collect the odd curiosities on display. The exhibits are laid out over three floors there is no lift and most visitors recommend starting at the top and working your way down, so to speak.
Like sex? Head to Czech Republic, most 'morally accepting' country
Sex Archives - Prague Tourist Guide
By Scarlett Russell. The Czech Republic has long been regarded as one of the most popular destinations for British men's stag parties: At one point, it was reported that 20 per cent of all weekend crime in Prague was caused by them. Perhaps one reason so many tourists flock to the Czech Republic is because of its relaxed attitude to sex, affairs and alcohol. The country has been deemed the most accepting of moral issues in the world, closely followed - bizarrely - by Japan. Prague is one of the world's most popular destinations for stag parties, one pictured here. In a recent survey entitled Global Views of Morality, the Czech Republic was the most accepting of affairs, alcohol and sex. Britain is amongst one of the most relaxed attitudes in Europe towards sex before marriage, but one of the most disapproving of extramarital affairs.
Prague, the baroque jewel in the crown of Europe, is coming under siege every weekend by hordes of drunken British men on cheap "sex and beer" jaunts. A senior Czech police official said yesterday that around a quarter of the fights in the city centre at weekends involve British men. They do not travel to appreciate the splendour of the city's architecture or to tour its enchanting cobbled streets.
In her book Big Sister , photographer Hana Jakrlova explores an internet sex club in Prague where the clients get to have sex for free as long as they agree to let their exploits be filmed and broadcast live across the web. Beyond making her struggle with the notion of over-sharing, Jakrlova says the project also challenged her as a photographer and as a woman. While the johns always seemed to behave themselves, she says the acts that played out were hard to be around. Prostitution is legal in the Czech Republic, but that doesn't make it any less exploitative, she says.