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We stayed in Dublin for 4 nights in July. We saw, or crossed the Liffey many times, whether on a city sight-seeing bus tour, or just walking taking in the ambience. It divides north and south of Dublin, flowing generally west to east. It actually...More
This river runs through the centre of Dublin and looked particularly pretty at sunset. It isn't particularly impressive or beautiful but in the centre of Dublin so you'll inevitably walk past. There was a doughnut stall near to one of the bridges with the best...More
Whither walking along the boardwalk or crossing one of the many bridges you cannot help your stay in Dublin being influenced by the River Liffey. Snaking through the centre of Dublin, pretty much anything you do will involve crossing the river.
Around the O'Connell bridge area there is plenty of life and views up and down the river.
The view upstream allows you to see Guinness and the phoenix park while downstream you can see the custom house behind the Loop line bridge.