This picturesque 16th century street is famous for its colorful little houses that used to be home to goldsmiths back in the day. While the gold is gone, some smiths still exist and now sell souvenirs to tourists who often frequent this lane to check out the medieval armor and textiles on display. The houses themselves are built into the Eastern side of the Prague Castle and have housed many a famous resident in their time. Famous writer Franz Kafka, rented number 22 on the street during World War I. The lane is open daily and admission is about $3, or can be part of your admission and tour ticket to the castle.
*Don't forget to check out the Marionette Shop. A great stop for kids and families. Or a wonderful spot to get a Prague souvenir.
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