Flea Market Dry Bridge

Flea Market Dry Bridge, Tbilisi: Hours, Address, Flea Market Dry Bridge Reviews: 4/5

Flea Market Dry Bridge
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Flea & Street Markets
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9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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TAIN2013
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,877 contributions
The largest flea market in the city is located under and around a bridge from which it gets its name. On sale are all kings of objects including works of art, jewelry, books, household appliances, local artifacts and everyday objects. If you interested in history, you can also find Soviet era artifacts here. If you are lucky, you might just stumble across a bargain.

As with most flea markets, remember to bargain especially if you are a tourist. If is a great place to buy some souvenirs and to get a taste of the local culture and history.
Written February 8, 2020
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rafael-guide-israel
Tel Aviv District, Israel256 contributions
You can enjoy here a nice sunny morning between antiques , military memorabilia from old Soviet Union , watches and cameras . Few meters away in the park the big old coin exchange . You can really enjoy and study the people at such a Flea market
Written June 3, 2022
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mcmonScotland
Girvan, UK843 contributions
I visited on a sunny weekday afternoon. It was quite busy with loads of vendors selling almost everything under the sun. I didn’t see a kitchen sink but, did see the taps and I’m sure if I asked, they would have gotten me a sink too. There is some really interesting local art, some touristy souvenirs and, of course, the second-hand goods that are the backbone of a flea market.
Written February 25, 2020
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Catherine
Tbilisi, Georgia247 contributions
A lot of interesting old items if that is something you enjoy. A good place to go back in time and remember some items from Soviet childhood. However sometimes it's way too crowded, too many stand and you have hardly any space to walk there, even if you are passing by.
Written June 9, 2022
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RRVNV
171 contributions
Couples
Not a large market. If you are into watches, cameras, brass home hardware and fittings, military memorabilia and jewelry then this is the place. Lots of Shashkas and knives but looked so fake. Most of it is on the ground and very tight to move around. Depending on your searching skills, it takes about an hour to go through. There were lots of paintings but not terribly enticing.
Written May 16, 2022
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Sherifflobo
204 contributions
Friends
If your interested in antiques, cameras, military memorabilia, swords,Knick knacks, art work etc then the flea market is worth a visit. Remember to take cash as no credit cards accepted (😃). Look to spend a couple of hours to get enough time to rummage around the dozens of traders.
Written April 24, 2022
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Vahid
Tehran, Iran125 contributions
This is an open-air flea market. Good for homemade souvenirs hunting, but be prepared for a bargain! Mostly antique and Old stuff from Russia, art and local crafts. Definitely worth a visit.
Written February 1, 2020
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arvind1000
Pune, India2,223 contributions
Couples
Great place to hang out on a sunny afternoon or morning. You will catch a lot of old Soviet era memorabilia ( not politically correct at the moment) including gas masks but also local stuff.
Avoid going on rainy or cold windy days as there little protection. Location :on Dry bridge on side closer to Alexander Garden
Written April 21, 2022
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chet s
Keene, NH47 contributions
Solo
I just returned from a trip to Tbilisi and purchased some old Russian coins and Soviet medals, but after further scrutiny discovered that some of the silver rubles were Chinese counterfeits and one of my medals had a brass star replacement for a gold one that was on the original. My advice to all future buyers is to beware of sellers that are willing to bargain too much, be prepared and bring a book with photos of original antique coins, watches, or whatever antique item you are interested in before you buy anything you may think has value. Unfortunately, I would say the majority of the big sellers deal in fakes, especially at the Saturday market. I always want to give someone a break, but I despise dishonesty. Have fun at the market but as usual, if something seems too good to be true, it ain't!
Written March 20, 2014
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GloberotterADR
Woodinville, WA51 contributions
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We strolled along he river ,Dry bridge flea market with no intention of buying anything.Well I bought several Limoges dishes,fascinating green glass dish , nd a paintings. I took a guide who speaks Georgian and that helped the prices.Retired on small pensions ,many elderlies sell what they have in a house,some made it a business to sell what tourists may want,jewelry collection ,costume mainly ,old Soviet era memorabilia's,interesting junks and treasures.It stretches out along the river over the bridge,under the bridge and side streets along the small park.I spent hours there and talking to people,taking pics and just enjoying meeting local people.Quality of painting is not a museum quality but some are unique and very interesting.Many are copies of the masters.I recommend this vist over shopping malls.
Written October 11, 2014
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