A very nice project which the municipality opened to the public last summer is “street libraries”. My favorite place to relax and enjoy the street library is at the end of Rothschild Boulevard, next to Habima Theater, as it is combined with deckchairs offered by the municipality, and Tony Vespa pizza (my best Sunday activity).
The library offers a variety of books (prose, poetry and more) in Hebrew, English, French, Russian and Arabic. You can browse for an interesting book and read it nearby for free, and return it when you’re done.
More libraries are scattered across the city but those that are relevant to your visit are Rothschild (another library will be opened at Meir garden soon), beach libraries at Northern Cliff Beach, Mizizim shore, Gordon Beach and Jerusalem Beach.
If you fall in love with the idea of the deckchair – they’re also scattered in popular places – at the beginning and end of Rothschild Boulevard, Rabin square (near the ecological pool – such a relaxing atmosphere) and more.