These colourful doll's houses, leaning against the fortifications, successively sheltered the refugees from the Malá Straná fire in 1541 and the archers and gold drummers of Rudolph II, from whom the alley takes its name. Rebuilt under Maria Theresa, Zlatá Ulička is famous for having welcomed Kafka who sometimes came to write to No. 22. Jiřská Ulice: this street, the oldest in the castle, will allow you to leave the enclosure via the Black Tower, after walking along the Lobkowitz Palace.
Understood on itineraries A and B of the castle. Open every day from 9am to 4pm.
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