Flea Market Tbilisi or also known as the Dry Bridge in Tbilisi is a unique place to go shop or just look around. It is so cool that it is a must to see while you are in the capital of Georgia. Located near Saarbrucken Bridge over the Mtkvari River, it is one bridge after the famous Bridge of Peace.
Passing over bridges in Tbilisi is a common thing specially if you’re just walking around the city. For me, every time I pass this flea market, it is difficult not to stop for a while. I love checking the items. Lots of items on display takes my interest, I just control not to shop. But it takes a good resistance not to.
One thing I know, if you love collecting antique items with a lower price, Flea Market Tbilisi is a place for you. If you are gifted with haggling abilities, then you’re a winner!
Business is anywhere in Dry Bridge. This bridge is already busy around 10 am. But even as early as 8 am, sellers are already arranging their pieces of stuff to sell.
So if there’s a business ongoing here, what do they sell?
Below are photos of the flea market I took from different days passing there. And yes, the items were mixed
Interesting, isn’t it? Have you spotted any products you would love to purchase once you’re in Tbilisi?
From the amazing stuff, I love the scene also when the market seems too busy. I hope that the sellers were able to sell more.
The photos below were not the typical busy day.
Georgia being once under USSR, this flea market sells mostly Soviet memorabilia such as those knives and medals. Although they sell any stuff, old and new.
I hope they sell “forever love” as well… 😁😁😁
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