Prices of most popular products in local shops in Cracow

While visiting Cracow, you should be aware of the prices of most popular products, especially if you have to watch your budget. Below, you will find a juxtaposition of most popular shop chains in Poland together with the prices of some products.
Popular food stores – Lidl (mainly German products), Biedronka (a wide range of Polish products).
Popular chain shops– Zabka/Fresh – a chain with a relatively small selection of products and higher prices, especially while compared to typical food stores. The shops are popular predominantly due to their localization, cheap alcohol, and hours of operation: 7 A.M – 11 P.M.
Malpka – a chain of shops offering its customers a wider selection of goods than Zabka. Shops are open from 7 A.M. till 11 P.M.
In the Old Town, there are also Carrefour Express shops, where you can purchase basic goods and buy alcohol.

We would like to encourage you to shop in Polish stores, such as Lewiatan, Spar, and Avita. Their prices are competitive and there are numerous local and national products to choose from.

Prices of most popular products.  Exact prices depend on the shop chosen and producer.
Bread : 2,8 PLN
Bun: 0,50 PLN
Butter: 4,6 PLN ( per 200 g)
Cheese – starting from 2 PLN/100 g, while buying a pack – 4,5 PLN/pack
Cooked meat of satisfactory quality (ham, loin) – approximately 2,8 PLN per 100 g
Water (0,5l) – 1,6 PLN
Water (1,5 l) – 2 PLN
Cigarettes  13 PLN
Toothpaste:  6 PLN
Chocolate (100g): 2,5 PLN
Ptasie Mleczko: 13 PLN
Sok (1l) 5 PLN
Milk (1l): 3 PLN
Tea (25 st): 5 PLN
Cola (1l) 4,3 PLN
Pasta (500 g) 4,4 PLN
Vodka (0,5 l)  30 PLN

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