You won't find it a trial to experience this well-designed exhibition examining the relationship between Kafka and Prague.
A museum dedicated to Prague's most famous writer - and one of the giants of the 20th century.
One of the 20th century's most influential writers, Franz Kafka is also one of Prague's most iconic figures of all time. The museum in Malá Strana at Cihelná 2b focuses on the special link between this writer, who died in 1924 at age 41, and the city, and is divided into two parts, "Existential Space" and "Imaginary Topography." It includes a soundtrack created especially for the museum.