Just before the Samuel Beckett bridge, must visit British Navy. It's open to the public.
Try The Boat restaurant on the river. They serve so delicious sea food there!
As transparent as a pint of Guinness, DON'T swim in it whatever you do.
Great to walk along with the boardwalks in place or you can check out the Liffey voyage Cruises that run daily. Many iconic sights to be discovered along your route.
A short walk from many great attractions along the river
The river then runs westward in the Kildare lowland and gradually turns northwestward to Droichead Nua and northeast to Celbridge and Leixlip. It then flows eastward through the city of Dublin
Brings Dublin character. Amazing in sunset and dawn, as well as night time. Swans taking off was an impressive sight as well..
Just as long as you don't get in it! It's soooo dirty!
Enjoy the activity down on the Boardwalk Alan (Dublin Visitors
Enjoy the river's history
Очень удобные для прогулок и отдыха набережные со скамьями
Sempre bellissima la vista sul fiume liffey, e straordinari tramonti!