Tour to Northern Ireland UK and then drive from here to Southern Ireland, also Dublin, no Irish visa is convenient. Due to the lack of time, only walk around the riverside, the river should be famous, but I have forgotten its name. There are many tourists, there is a boat to swim around the river, there is a small arch bridge in the middle, for people to walk across the river, across the river is the bar street, all day there are many people drinking here, especially in the afternoon.
The Liffey River is very long, from the center of Dublin to the tram terminal, and there are riverside scenic trails along the river bank on both sides. Especially the riverside near the tram terminal, which is where many international technology giants are located. At sunset, you can often see many people from nearby companies jogging along the river.
Liffey Boardwalk is the promenade along the Liffey River in the centre of Dublin. This road is mainly on the north bank of the Liffey River. There will be many famous attractions along the road, such as Penny Bridge and Millennium Bridge. It is considered a very popular scenic spot in Dublin.