Gorgeous little lane but try and get there before everyone else. Once the tour groups arrive the tiny lane is jam packed and you can't take a good picture let alone walk down the street. All the shops are tiny and you could tell the shopkeepers were getting irritated by the hoards of tourists who charge in and don't understand the currency. One shopkeeper in the Kafka house actually shouted at a chinese family to get out of the shop. It was quite disconcerting but I understand why as the tour groups can be very rude and barge past you so get in or to get good pictures. It was shard to enjoy the place to be quite honest and we felt it was rather stressful. Luckily I had read ahead and we went straight here at 9am before seeing the rest of the castle and managed to enjoy about ten minutes of the lane before it filled up.