Almost all tourists come to the Krakow by train. That's why we decide to start our tour with this point.
4$ - pancake "complete"=3.4$
You should go there for their pancakes, which are also called "nalishniki". There are different toppings, but order the "complete" one with cheese, egg and ham.
The main square (Rynek Glowny) is the heart of the city. There are always lot of tourists, but it worths to visit, because It dates back to the 13th century, and is one of the largest medieval town squares in Europe. Undoubtedly, it's a visit card of Krakow.
3$ - admission fee=2.5$
Of course, it's highly recommended to get inside, because it's one of the beautiful churches of the city (no photography allowed).
3$ - admission fee=2.5$, free admission on Mondays.
This is wonderful viewing platform in the center of the city.
You should definitely see it, because The Jagiellonian University is the oldest university in Poland, the second oldest university in Central Europe, and one of the oldest surviving universities in the world. It's not only university, it's the monument of architecture.
2$ - a cappuccino=2$
This cafe is good for everything (breakfasts, lunches, good evenings with wine..) We propose you to grab some coffee and continue the tour:)
p.s. there is also a lunch menu for 21zl (5.4$)
Wawel Castle (Zamek Krolewski na Wawelu)
1$ - audioguide for the cathedral museum=1$
This is definitely the visit card of the city. This is a whole complex, which consists of castle, museums, cathedral.. You could walk around the territory for free, and also see a lot of interesting for a fee. For example, the entrance to the cathedral museum is allowed from 9am to 5p.m., but the audioguide costs 1$.
3$ - dumplings with cabbage=3.4$
There is true polish homemade cuisine for reasonable prices. Don't skip the dumplings with cabbage, which are called "pierogi", it's so delicious.