Lodz

Lodz

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About Lodz

The perfect marriage between modern luxury and old world charm

As Poland’s third largest city Lodz is never lacking in something new and interesting to explore for a great European city break. Set against the backdrop of the cities textile history the architecture and accommodation in Lodz is nothing if not impressive. In the perfect marriage between modern luxury and old world charm you can relax in luxury before heading out to take advantage of the cities impressive selection of modern retail opportunities and restaurant.

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Housed in a hulking former textile factory, Andel’s Hotel (Ogrodowa 17) is one of the top hotels in town – think post-industrial red brick, quirky furniture and a top-floor pool with excellent views. The imposing Novotel Centrum (Pisudskiego 11A) may be more business-friendly, but its convenient location near the centre makes it an attractive option. For mod cons galore, the handsome Qubus Hotel Lodz (Mickiewicza 7) has flatscreen TVs and serves a generous buffet for breakfast, while the Campanile (Pisudskiego 27) provides a bright and fresh option with top-of-the-range bedding and free Wi-Fi.

Mall culture is alive and well in Lodz – Galerie Pódka (Pisudskiego 15-23) is one of the largest in the city, whilst Port  (Pabianicka 245) is more food orientated. For a shopping centre with a difference, try Manufaktura (Drewnowska 58), an old factory that has been converted into a shiny retail space with Polish shops, restaurants and a cinema. For unique items, skip the main Piotrkowska drag (one of the longest commercial streets in Europe) and head down its side streets, where creative boutiques await at OFF Piotrkowska (Piotrkowska 138-140), an old cotton mill housing design studios, galleries, clubs and bars.

As Poland’s third largest city, Lodz has lots to offer when eating out. Pizza and pasta are perennial favourites: try Pizzeria Toscana (Stefana 3B) for some of the best pizza in the city. If you’ve got a craving for chips, go to cheap and cheerful The Dorsz British Fish and Chips (Traugutta 9), and pretend you’re at the British seaside. For something slightly different, Manekin (6 Sierpnia 1) serves a selection of sweet and savoury pancakes – choose from broccoli and feta, potato or cheese, amongst others. Want to splash out? Traditional Polish cuisine is served at Revelo (Wigury 4-6), an art nouveau restaurant and hotel – ask for a table in the inner garden for the best spot.

International Festival of Photography

June

Making the most of Łódź’s industrial heritage, photographs are presented against the stark, stunning backdrop of former mill OFF Piotrkowska. Soak up the atmosphere and take part in workshops to hone your skills.

Łódź of Four Cultures Festival

September

Łódź’s multicultural roots are the inspiration for this festival that celebrates the Polish, Jewish, Russian and German origins of people that once lived – and currently dwell – in the city. Featuring musical performances, theatre and art, this is one time to really get a feel for how Łódź’s past has shaped its present.

Łódź Design Festival

October

The Łódź Design Festival plays host to a number of exhibitions around the city, featuring weird, wonderful and beautiful work from Polish creatives and designers around the world.

International Festival of Comics and Games

October

Every October, thousands of comic enthusiasts descend on Łódź Culture Centre for the country’s largest comics and computer games symposium. Fans can meet guest authors, take part in panel workshops and attend themed parties.

Explorers Festival

November

Lovers of extreme travel will love this festival aimed at enthusing explorers with tales of daring and gruelling adventures. As well as talks, there are exhibitions, workshops and competitions to inspire the next bout of wanderlust.

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Language:Polish
Currency:Polish Zloty
Time zone:GMT +1 hour
Flight time:2 hours 10 mins
Airport code:LCJ
Holiday type:City Break / Winter Sports

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