It is nice to see where Kafka was born bur other than the crazy statue there is not much to see. It is a good stop if you are anyway in the jewish quarter.
We went in easily and paid 50 CZK. The exhibition is nice, informative and gets you into the gloomy atmosphere of Kafka. We found the place informative with many Kafka's artifiacts that you can buy. Each visitor gets a postcard upon purchase of a ticket.
Nobody cared of Kafka during his lifetime, except for a few friends, but now his memory is revived in several places of Prague, among which this one seems the poorest, although it is the house where he was born. The one-room exhibit, poorly displayed, doesn't show or say much about Kafka. If the traveller wants to see and know more... More
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