On the hill on the eastern side of the city is the current Jewish cemetery (not to be confused with the old cemetery in the Jewish quarter) where Kafka is buried.
Enter through the main gate and walk to the right side of the ceremonial hall within. There you will find a sign pointing to Kafka's grave. Follow the direction of the sign until you reach the sector 21 sign. Turn right at this sign and head towards the wall. Turn left when you get to the wall and walk until you reach the end of the sector (also marked by a sign). Kafka's grave is next to the sign, facing the wall.
Mounted on the wall is a memorial plaque to Max Brod, Kafka’s friend who published his work after his death. Non-Jewish men - don’t forget to take something to cover your head (I used a baseball cap which is better than nothing).
Olsany cemetery, Zelivskeho metro
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