Big reason for this is the free movement inside the EU countries.In 2011, only 4% of prostitutes were from Austria, the majority of them were migrants , mainly from the Eastern European countries.In 2007 there were 160 registered prostitutes in Tyrol State.

Unlike in German and Dutch cities, most Austrian towns don’t have Red-light districts.

Of course the number of the sexworkers is highest in the capital, Vienna, but there is significant existence of prostitutes in other cities too.

According to a 2010 study, 78 percent of the prostitutes in Austria are not Austrian women and are from foreign countries.

It is estimated that in Austria there are 10,000 legal and illegal prostitutes. The total amount of legal prostitutes in Austria have been raising every year 2007 (5150 sex workers), 2011 (5500 sex workers) and 2013 (6200).

Usually prostitutes can arrange their working schedule and decide the pricing themself, but sometimes the schedules and prices are decided by the brothel owner.

The clients walk through the corridors of the house (hence the name: Laufhaus/Walk House) to see and negotiate with the prostitutes.

It has twice hosted the Winter Olympics making it not only an interesting and beautiful situated city but the "largest ski resort in the alps".

It is located both close to Munich and northern Italy making it a must see alpine destination.

Usually there is a shower in the room, so you can clean before and after.