Wawel Castle. Iconic symbol of Polish royalty, with opulent interiors and a complex of historic buildings including the Royal Palace and Cathedral.

Floriańska Street is a lively pedestrian street in Krakow's Old Town that starts at Barbakan, one of the main entrances to the city, and ends at the Church of St. Mary. It's lined with historic buildings, shops, and restaurants, and is a popular destination for tourists.

Piłsudski Mound. A man-made hill over 100 meters high, offering panoramic views of Krakow and the surrounding countryside. Built as a tribute to Józef Piłsudski, visitors can climb to the top for views and explore the nearby park.

Sukiennice, or the Cloth Hall, is a historic trading hall in Krakow's Old Town. It features vendors selling souvenirs and a National Museum gallery of Polish art from the Romantic period.

Main Market Square and Grodzka street. Europe's largest medieval square, surrounded by historic buildings, restaurants, and cafes. A hub of activity for locals and tourists, hosting outdoor concerts, street performers, and festivals.

The rooftop of Metrum Restobistro. A visit to a rooftop restaurant with a beautiful view of the Church of St. Mary in Krakow is a must-see for any tourist, especially during sunsets.

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