Madrid  is the capital and largest city of Spain, as well as the capital of the autonomous community of the same name (Comunidad de Madrid).
The population of the city is roughly 3.3 million with a metro area population of almost 6.5 million. Madrid is best known for its great cultural and artistic heritage, a good example of which is the El Prado museum. Madrid also boasts some of the liveliest nightlife in the world.
Madrid the capital of Spain is a city of three million people. It is estimated that there are more than 1,500 prostitutes working in the streets of Madrid and in recent years it has experienced large-scale immigration. The presence of foreign women who practise prostitution has also greatly increased, starting with the first arrivals, around 1994, of women from Nigeria, Liberia, Sudan, and Sierra Leone, while women from Eastern Europe and Latin America began to arrive in 1998-1999. According to the INE (Spanish national statistics agency), in Spain 25.6% of men between 18 and 49 made use of prostitute services in their lifetime (data from 2005); the figure for men living in the Madrid Autonomous Community is 25%. The proportion rises to a third for men between 40 and 49, and falls to less than a fifth for those between 18 and 29. Prostitutes congregate around north of Gran Via, as well as on the Calle Montera.
They are known to hassle men, making distinctly unattractive clucking noises and at times grabbing hold of men. Montera at night is when there are the most prostitutes on the streets and so is probably best avoided, however, apart from the fact that it is aesthetically displeasing, trouble rarely occurs. Women in particular, as long as they keep walking, should not have anything to fear – it is obvious which girls are the prostitutes, so neither the sex workers nor their clients are likely to pay you any attention.
Men should be more wary, as the amorous attention that the girls ‘lavish’ on you is often accompanied with stray hands that might find their way onto your wallet. The place to see (at night, at least) is c/Luna, a large plaza/street just north of Gran Via. The streets around here have a number of sex shops and at night attract prostitutes, but in the day time there are restaurants and people around, making it a safe place to be. Many escort agencies in Madrid have been in business for years and transforming the directory market for adults every year. Bringing professionalism to this segment of adult classified ads to a new level so far in Spain. Currently some portals have announced more than 700 professionals and to date more than 14,000 have hired escorts advertising their services. Highlighting interactive filters and certify the girls, agencies try to avoid false photos. Noted for use the interactivity giving emphasis to images.
This is one of the few pages of the segment that seeks and eliminates false photos in this segment of professionals. There are also blogs that aims to show a friendly face of sex work. Free and voluntarily exercised by professionals, for customers looking for different services to the street prostitution. With this idea will provide data regularly that can demonstrate that there is another reality in relation to this sector reviled when speaking of him in the media.