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This is Tirana Sex Guide to help on where to find sex, working girls, prostitution, street hookers, brothels, red-light districts, prostitutes, erotic massage parlors, strip clubs and escorts in Tirana, Albania.

Tirana (Standard Albanian: Tiranë; regional Gheg Albanian: Tirona) is the capital and the largest city of Albania. The first nucleus of the city center was born in Roman-Byzantine Empire (Theranda), the period of its first expansion, but in the course of its history it was occupied by the Turkish-Ottoman Empire, and finally agglomeration in the Kingdom of Italy. Modern Tirana was founded as an Ottoman town in 1614 by Sulejman Bargjini, a local ruler from Mullet. Tirana became Albania’s capital city in 1920 and has a population of 600,000, with metro area population of 763,634.

Traffic in Tirana

Understand

The law prohibits prostitution; however, it remained a problem.

Greece is the main country where Albanian prostitutes go to work. Italy, Republic of Macedonia, and Kosovo are also destinations, with many women going to work all over Western Europe.

Red Light District

There is no specified Red-light district in Tirana like the ones in Germany and Amsterdam.

See Also: List of red-light districts

Prostitutes

The problem in Albania is that prostitution is not legal and very much condemned by public opinion. Since it is a tiny country words gets around that why its a bit hard to find the women. There are no street walkers anywhere.

The easiest place to find girls is through taxi drivers who work at night. Don't be shy about asking but don't expect much on the quality side. The hookers will run from 50-100€ for basic sex. Depending on how good looking you are you may get OWO and CIM, but there usually extra.

The next best place would be hotels and motels, just go and ask the desk clerk as in most eastern and southern european countries.

The hotels start at about 10€ per hour, so it is quite cheap to fuck in there.

Street Hookers

Street prostitutes can be seen in Tirana, offering sexual favours near the city center, on the main roads and in the area of the National Park “Liqeni”. The price of services varies from 500 to 1,500 Leke (€3 – €12). According to the information from Albanian Lesbian and Gay Association, there are also male prostitutes from Roma population or Gypsy community who practice street sex work.

  • Skënderbej Square is one the busiest areas. There you will notice streetwalkers near the Tirana International Hotel and behind the Palace of Culture.
  • The local bars and motels near the main railway station of Tirana are frequented as well by hookers.
  • Other areas where you can expect line ups of girls are the embassy area (close to the National Theatre of Opera and Ballet), the artificial LakePark, the Zogu i Zi intersection and the entrance to the Tirana-Durrës highway.

Strip Clubs

  • Club Shqiponja

The club can be found in front of the post office at Wilson Square on the second row of buildings. Phone 067 20 28 222. Great place offering only basic services of strip and lap dance. Entrance 1000 lek (app 6 euros). Nice girls mostly from Moldova and couple from Albania http://clubshqiponja.com/

Brothels

CSW in “brothels” – these are often private apartments that are used for commercial prostitution. They operate illegally and there are frequent media articles reporting cops detecting brothels and arresting CSW. The prices vary from 1,500 (€12) to a few thousands Leke.

  • You can find some brothels/sex clubs along the highway from Tirana to Durres.

Erotic Massage Parlors

Theres is happy ending massage offered at the local Sheraton in Tirana. The massage is about 60€ and the girls ask about 50€ for a happy ending (HJ only). There are new girls every year so quality will always change.

Transsexuals / Shemales

It is quite or even impossible to find Shemale escorts in Tirana. Even finding gay company is hard.

Gay & Lesbian

“Gay life in Albania” is hardly an accurate descriptive word for this country since there is no public Pride presence and few courageous activists who work mostly behind the scenes to lobby sympathetic government members and quietly offer support to young gays. But change will come as the country’s two LGBT rights and equality groups slowly push open the envelop of tolerance.

There are several clubs and bars that are extensively frequented by LGBT community living in the capital.

Street prostitutes can be seen in Tirana, offering sexual favours near the city center, on the main roads and in the area of the National Park “Liqeni”. The price of services varies from 500 to 1,500 Leke (€3 – €12). According to the information from Albanian Lesbian and Gay Association, there are also male prostitutes from Roma population or Gypsy community who practice street sex work.

Sexual Services for Women

Sex Shops & Adult Stores

You can buy Viagra, Cialis and Kamagra from most pharmacies without prescription. There is also couple sex shops in the city where you can buy toys and movies.

Escort Services & Agencies

Higher level commercial sex workers who work in hotels and motels of Tirana and other big cities. According to press reports they are mostly students – one newspaper article claimed up to 300 female students in Tirana alone work as a prostitutes – girls from rural areas and other districts recently settled in Tirana and other big cities and CSW who returned from abroad. Prices of their sexual service vary from 30€ to 200€.

Sleeping

Girl friendly Hotels

There are lots of motels that offer 1 hour rates for about 10€ so those are great places to bring hookers.

Many hotels in Tirana can be considered to be girl friendly:

  • Sheraton is a great place to stay because there is erotic massage offered in the hotel.
  • Comfortable 4-star Hotel Mondial. Its KristiBar with garden terrace on the first floor offers good opportunities to meet pro and semi-pro girls. On the fifth floor there is the Spirit Bar that offers a great view of the city of Tirana and on the roof there is a terrace and swimming pool where you can have pleasant time during summer days.

Stay Safe

Being victim of a crime is not a major concern in Tirana. Petty thefts or scams do exist, but in no larger scale than in many other cities. Beggars will approach people in the central areas, but simply ignoring them is usually enough to make them go away. In suburban areas, groups of stray dogs may intimidate foreigners. The best advice is to simply ignore them and keep walking.

You should take some precautions when walking around the city. The main advice is to simply watch your step. Although many parts of the city are maintained, there remain holes and worn-down street parts. Cars also seem to drive more recklessly than in most European cities, and assume a right-of-way, so care is needed in crossing the street. Not even a green light is always a guarantee of safety! Try to see when the locals cross the street and cross with them.

See Also