The currency in Albania is the Lek (ALL). There are numerous ATMs in Tirana and other main towns, as well as bureaux de change where Pounds, US Dollars, and Euros are widely accepted for exchange. Although street money changers operate openly, they do so illegally. Credit cards are not as widely accepted as one would expect, except in a few of the most up-market hotels and restaurants in Tirana. Foreign currency can be changed in banks' exchange offices (kambim valutor). The most commonly accepted currencies are the US dollar and the Euro. Keep in mind that Lek may not be exchanged outside of Albania. Banks are open only on weekdays, from 8.30am to 2.30pm.
Currency Exchange Rates
Note: These currency exchange rates are not updated daily and should be used as a guideline only.