There was a narrow alley in the castle with low houses. Golden Lane was originally the residence of servants and craftsmen. Later, it was named after many magicians who were king alchemists. The reason why Golden Lane is so famous is that famous writer Kafka once lived here. In 1916, a famous Czech writer, Kafka, a bank clerk, liked the environment here. He rented a house with a door number 22 at 20 kroner a month as a studio, and silently completed the unknown works "village doctors" and "reports to the Academy of Sciences". So every visitor to this alley should go to No. 22 to have a look (inside is very small, it is now a bookstore) and take photos. Most of the other houses have become characteristic shops, but there are also houses that retain the artisans'living and working scenes at that time. When we went, the alleys were very crowded because of the rapid increase of tourists, so we had to rush by in a crowd and couldn't look at them carefully.