Go see the houses and wish to live in them, every house has a history, since a large part of Tel Aviv’s bohemia has lived there in the past. The poets, journalists, philanthropists and of course, the national poet Haim Nahman Bialik, after whom the street is named. You should also visit the Bauhaus museum, the Haim Nahman Bialik museum (that is where he used to live) and sit at the square. After that, go eat at Sabich Tchernichovsky.
Bialik St, Tel Aviv-Yafo