Walk along Bialik st until you reach the beautiful square, and then - do whatever you feel like. It's almost never too packed, and since the weather is usually good you can sit down and enjoy it. It's different during the day and night but always nice. On the road there are a few city monuments such as the national poet, Hayim Nahman Bialik’s, house - that's the big house on the square. It’s worth checking out briefly, and sometimes contemporary exhibition take place there. There is also the painter Reuven Rubin’s house. He was one of the prominent artists who worked from the 1920s to 1970s illustrate the country’s scenery and people’s lives. If you're into all sorts of classical music, check what’s on at Felicia Blumental Music Hall. Great for a short break from the city - it's only 5 minutes away from the bustling Allenby st. and you get into a peaceful magical corner. Best complemented by an ice cream from one of the many Allenby st. kiosks or a chilled beer.
Bialik Square, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel