There is a famous golden alley in Prague, Czech Republic. The small alley is a small house with a fairy tale. This alley is so famous because of the small house number 22, where the writer Kafka once lived.
A student's "Transformation", the hero wakes up and becomes a story of the Beatles, which makes me very impressed with Kafka...
In the Prague Castle, the location of the Golden Lane is not obvious. After turning into an alley, you will arrive at the golden alley where the lodge stands, like a small house in a fairy tale. This is the most poetic street in Prague. The Golden Lane was originally the place where the servant artisans lived. Later, because of the collection of many warlocks of the king's alchemy, this name was given. However, after the 19th century, it gradually became a slum. Re-planning in the mid-20th century, the original house was changed to a small shop, now you can see different kinds of souvenirs and handicrafts in each store. The Kafka Book House on the 22nd is one of them. Kafka used to like the environment of Golden Lane very much, so I rented the house with the number 22 on the house as a studio at 20 kr. per month, and silently completed the unknown work "Country Doctor" and " Report to the Academy of Sciences.
A colourful golden alley that takes you back to the fairy tale world. Come to Prague Castle, how can you miss this alley full of childishness!
There are a lot of tourists coming and going here. The whole alley is full of lovely toy stores. I don't know if I can find your childhood here.
Responsible travel tips
1 Golden Lane is very narrow, photos need to pay attention to queue;
2 5-6 pm, the shops here are closed, even if there are many guests, but Don't accept it;
3 Be polite when visiting, don't disturb the locals living here.
Golden Lane is a famous attraction in Prague Castle. It is located between St. George's Church and the Toy Museum. From St. George's Church to the east, after turning into an alley, you will come to the golden alley where the cottage stands. Although it is called "gold", this alley is not made of gold, but the place where artisans who used to create gold for the royal family lived.