Bratislava Cathedral is one of the most unimpressive cathedrals I have ever seen. Nevertheless, it is worth visiting, since the cathedral is one of the main tourist attractions in any city. First of all, just in front of the facade, there is a highway. So, one can see the facade well enough only on the other side of the highway, which means to go at least 200 meters to the next crossing. Also the noise and the gases around it were not very helpful for my impression. The interior is simple, gothic, with a small altarpiece and nice windows. There is a copy of the Hungarian kings' crown inside. On the outside the church looks like a small gothic church with a very high tower without a cross at the top. Actually, there is a cross, but so small it can be hardly seen.