There are many of the remains in Butrint are beautiful Roman Townhouse and Villas spread across the archeological sites to explore and The Triconch Palace is one of them.
This monument takes its name from the image above the entrance, depicting a lion biting the head of a bull.
This is the perfect place to soak up all the century-old stories of Butrint.
The site blends perfectly together with the beautiful nature of the park, the reason for its proper preservation.
The price to enter Butrint National Park for foreigners is 1000 LEK (10.90 USD).
Butrint served as an important port and trading center on the Adriatic Sea throughout all the ages.
You’ll find 2400-year-old defensive walls and a chapel dedicated to Asclepius, the Greek god of medicine.