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- 98%Local Culture
- 94%History Buffs
- 90%Budget Travelers
- 59%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Luxury Travelers
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- River LiffeyMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 7Dec 28, 2013
Can't say that I knew the name of the river that runs through Dublin until I arrived in the city. The Liffey isn't to big and isn't too small. What I like about it most is there are LOTS of bridges so it is easy to get from one side to the other.Recommended for:
- River LiffeyMay 10, 2013
The Liffey river rises in County Wicklow and flows through Wicklow, Kildare and Dublin before entering the sea at Dublin Bay.
You could spend a whole day walking along the Quays by the Liffey from the newly developed docklands area up to Phoenix Park, and occasionally detouring up little side streets. The Temple Bar district is very close. Cross the famous Halfpenny bridge (free nowadays!). Detour to the National Museum of Decorative Arts housed in the huge old former Collins Barracks up at the Phoenix Park end of your river walk. Visit the Church of St. Michans to see the crypts on the way and admire the architecture of old and new on your journey.
You can also take a river cruise from March to November.
- River LiffeyJul 05, 2012
Die Liffey entspringt in den Bergen der Grafschaft Wicklow (nahe Sally Gap beim Berg Kippure) und durchfließt die Grafschaften Wicklow, Kildare und Dublin, bis sie schließlich im Stadtgebiet von Dublin in die Dublin Bay und die Irische See mündet.