Habima Square is situated at the top end of Rothschild Boulevard and is a large paved area directly in front of the Habima Theater with cafes, a large water feature and a beautiful sunken garden (a formal garden set below the main level of the ground surrounding it). The garden is a great focal point and provides a sense of calm away from the hustle and bustle of city life. What I like most is that when you sit on the steps made of timber decking you can hear classical music playing softly in the background. It is very soothing and good for the soul.
|The Charles Bronfman Auditorium which also overlooks the Habima Square is said to be the largest concert hall in Israel.|