Prague is a city where the arts and culture shines with special intensity. The cartel of cultural activities is rich and varied. Lovers of the arts can be found in this city a cultural paradise. The locations for the various events are usually rapidly exhausted by what they should book them well in advance (throught travel agencies and in the own box office of the place where the event takes place.
Writer. Author of the depressing but universally read novel The Trial, Kafka was a German-Jewish Praguer who, for much of his adult life, worked in relative obscurity as a sad Prague insurance clerk. In works like Metamorphosis, The Castle, and Amerika, Kafka described surreal and suffocating worlds of confusion. Now many use the adjective Kafkaesque to mean “living in absurdity.” Anyone who tries to apply for anything at a state office here will know that Kafka’s world lives on.