Zlata Ulicka is one of the most famous scenic spots in Prague Castle. Tourists are as crowded as Charlie Bridge. No. 22, where Kafka once lived, is now a small and lovely bookstore and sells Kafka's collection of works. Between St. George's Church and the Toy Museum, Golden Lane turns into a small alley and arrives at the Golden Lane with many small houses. It is like a small house in a fairy tale. It is Prague's most poetic and picturesque street. Golden Lane was originally the residence of servants and craftsmen, and later it was named after many alchemists who were king. However, after the 19th century, it gradually became a slum. In the mid-20th century, the original house was redesigned into a small shop. Nowadays, different kinds of souvenirs and handicrafts can be seen in every shop, such as wooden toys No. 16, tin Prague soldiers No. 20 and hand-painted clothes No. 21. The most attractive appearance of No. 19 is the lovely garden house with sparse flowers and trees.