The Cathedral of St. Vitus is one of the most remarkable Gothic constructions in Europe. It is also the biggest church in the Czech Republic. Enclosed inside the Prague Castle, the cathedral is one of the major highlights of the Czech.
With its striking façade, 124 meters high with the bell tower being more than 100 meters in height, it is one of the most impressive in Europe. The Cathedral of St. Vitus witnessed the coronation of various kings and queens.
The very first establishment in St. Vitus was around the 10th century AD. However, this marvelous gothic church was built around the 14th century and it was among the biggest in Europe. Today, it is one of the most important landmarks tourists who visit the Czech Republic are always keen to visit.