Liffey River in Dublin crosses the city centre. The river is not wide and the flow is calm. It is not as beautiful and romantic as the Thames River in London and the Seine River in Paris. Lifei River is peaceful and simple, which also witnesses Dublin's history, development and cultural heritage. According to information, the Lifei River is 80 kilometers long, flows through mountains and rivers, and enters a section of Dublin which has been canalized. There is a boating race on the Liffey River in summer. There are many bridges on the Lifei River. There are special walking bridges - Half Penny bridges. They are small and delicate. The most historic one is the O'Cornell Bridge, which was built in 1794 and has a sense of historical vicissitudes. The sculpture of O'Cornell, the national hero, stands at the bridge head. There is also a bridge running trains, not far from the customs building. The main attractions of Dublin are on both sides of the Liffey River, Bar Street, Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin, Dublin Castle, old post office, pedestrian street, light pillar and so on. Scenic spots are concentrated, just walk.
A river with distinctive features adds a lot to Dublin. The Lifei River flows slowly through the city centre, dividing the whole city into two parts, north and south, making the old city more quiet and fresh. The River sparkles like a black galaxy, which gives the city a bright light. Dublin is named after the "Black River" which means "Black Pond" in Irish. Ireland is known as the "Peat Kingdom" for its peat export industry. The Irish word for Dublin, the capital, means "black Irish pond". Dublin is located on the eastern coast of Ireland Island, at the mouth of the Liffey River. There are abundant peat resources in the underground of this area. The black Lifei River water can dye the sea water of the Lifei River estuary black.
There are more and more modern buildings and office buildings on both sides of the Mother River in Dublin. There are many seagulls in every season. They are not afraid of people at all. But when I took photos, I saw them staring at the camera. I was really worried that they would attack. Hahaha. Like walking along the Lifei River, watching the scenery along the way, there are bridges, slowly killing quiet time.
The Lifei River is the mother river of Dublin. The whole river runs through the city. Every scenic spot in Dublin is built along the river. There are many famous bridges on the Lifei River, such as the Half Penny Bridge and Samuel Beckett Bridge. They are all on this river. They are definitely worth making peace and having a good tour.
The core area of Dublin is basically along the river. There are many bridges over the river. The scenery is OK. You can walk along the road, feel the quiet of Dublin, or sit on a chair on a riverside trail and bask in the sun. Look at the blue sky, white clouds. Or make a note of it. It tastes different.
The Lifei River is the mother river of Dublin. It runs through the urban area of Dublin. It has beautiful scenery on both sides of the river. There are many famous buildings and bridges. There are cruise boats to ride on the river. The boats are advancing slowly on the river. The breeze is very comfortable and worth experiencing.
The Liffey River divides the city into two parts: the North-South half-penny bridge across which is also called the Love Bridge. Not far from my favorite Tample bar area, there are many live bands in the street besides the famous tamplr bar. You can buy a Guinness bear and spend an afternoon lazily on the street corner.
We live in Dunblin1. The Lifei River is at the entrance. You can see it every day when you open the curtains. The sunshine shines on it. The seagulls and waterbirds swim around and around. It's very comfortable for you as a traveler. Many people compare the steeple and the Lifei River as the symbol of Dublin. I also like the quiet river, which cleanses everyone's heart. Only you want to feel it. It is recommended to walk by the river during the day and at night, each with its own merits, and Lifei is softer under the light.
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.