Dry Bridge Flea Market is an extraordinary flea market in the capital of Georgia that would keep your attention for hours, especially if you are into old and antique things. There is a huge assortment of all sorts of antiques and not only. Before, Dry Bridge market was a place for locals to sell their possessions in order to make a little cash. Today for some people this is their main business.
The Flea Market Dry Bridge sells every imaginable souvenir and is a must-see for people who love street shopping. From wooden artefacts, masks, show pieces, vintage collectibles like compasses, coal iron, handmade jewelry, old military medals, telephones, tools, old cameras, toys, rare porcelain articles to stunning paintings, historic photos and musical instruments- the place is a heaven for those who love shopping for items with a story.
Of course the flea market is a place open for bargaining. Prices may be inflated, especially for tourists. Open daily, if the weather is good, from 10:00 – 17:00. At weekends there are usually more sellers as well as tourists.
Tbilisi Flea Market Tips
- If the weather is bad, the flea market may not be operating.
- Prices will probably be higher for tourists. That’s just a fact of travel in this part of the world.
- Be polite! Some of the booths are locals needing to make ends meet and selling their own possessions.
- Weekends are best for visiting, but it will likely be crowded. especially in the spring and summer.
- Bring cash! Vendors do not take credit cards.