„Looking at knickknacks from various time periods feels like a trip down memory lane. ”
The Dry Bridge Flea Market was started in the ‘90s, owing to the country’s unfavorable economic conditions at the time. The first vendors were the ones who simply lived nearby, selling whatever valuable items they had right there on the street. Looking at knickknacks from various time periods feels like a trip down memory lane. Among other things, here you can find handmade jewellery, musical instruments, weapons from the First World War, old records and analog cameras. The area near the bridge is used for painters’ workshops and the paintings are displayed right there, in the open. On the other side of the bridge, in Dedaena park, the only skate park in the city sits right next to second-hand booksellers trading rare publications. The nearby Bauhaus Bar hosts a range of film screenings and live music events, while Dedaena Bar is a great place to listen to some local DJs. The Dry Bridge is an enchanting place, luring you in with promises of rare vintage finds.