Dry Bridge Market
Public Service Hall
Nicknamed the Umbrellas, this building by Italian Massimiliano Fuksas is the biggest of a dozen Public Service Halls opened in new,...
For most visitors the highlight here is the hall of wonderful canvases by Georgia’s best known painter Pirosmani (Niko Pirosmanashvili,...
The first church on this site is supposed to have been built in the 6th century by Davit Gareja, one of the ascetic ‘Syrian fathers’ who...
Founded by a group of Georgians and American Peace Corps volunteers, Dive has become a Tbilisi institution, and is the best place to go...
The rambling ‘Old House’ serves authentic dishes from all over Georgia and has a partly open-air section right above the river, with...
9 Martis Park · interesting places nearby
Dry Bridge Market information
You’ll find all kinds of knick-knacks and intriguing miscellanea at this open-air flea market – original art, shaggy shepherds' hats, accordions, jewellery, silver, glass, daggers and Soviet memorabilia. It's best at weekends.