How Do European Bathroom Attendants Get Paid?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do you have to pay for the bathroom in Europe?

In Eastern Europe, specifically those countries that used to be a part of the USSR, the toilets are open to get into, but you will need to pay an attendant to get in. A couple of coins ensures that they are making the money that makes it worth their while to be there and keep the place clean.

How much does it cost to use the toilet in Europe?

Sometimes the toilet itself is free, but an attendant in the corner sells sheets of toilet paper. Most common is the tip dish by the entry — the local equivalent of about 50 cents is plenty. Caution: Many attendants leave only bills and too-big coins in the tray to bewilder the full-bladdered tourist.

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