As one of the largest cities in Poland, you’ll find everything you love about spending a holiday away in Lodz. Make your way to Piotrkowska Street, which is one of the longest commercial streets in the world at over 5 kilometers, and you’ll find multiple days of exploration awaiting you.
Hidden gems in Lodz aren’t so hidden. Sculptures are seemingly on every street corner. Building facades have been fully renovated and look to be straight out of the 1th century. Art installations are cropping up everywhere. Even new art museums, such as the Modern Art Museum, have expanded your exploration opportunities within the last few years.
A visit to Lodz should include the Jewish Cemetary. It’s on Bracka Street and one of the largest of its kind in Europe. It was established in 1892 and contains a memorial to those who suffered from the ghetto that was imposed in the area during the war.
Lodz offers an amusement park with several attractions, including an 18-meter roller coaster, impressive botanical gardens, and several parks to explore. Memorials at the Radegast railway station, Dabrowski Square, and other locations make for an interesting day of exploration in the city.
One unique stop in the city is Manufaktura. It is a 19th century textile factory which has been turned into a unique shopping complex.
Lodz has built for itself a sterling reputation in the world of industry. Visit the city today and you’ll find the cultural and exploration opportunities are just as fantastic.