The famous Piotrkowska Street and its surroundings are host to over 100 pubs and clubs. In the city centre, there is also the Manufaktura, 27 ha leisure and service complex including a shopping centre, ‘ms2’ Art Museum, the Museum of the Factory, Teatr Mały (The Small Theatre), restaurants, a 3D cinema, a climbing wall and a bowling alley.
There is something for everyone in 30 supermarkets and shopping centres as well as in Piotrkowska Street. You can also visit PTAK Shopping Centre, the largest wholesale and retail shopping mall in Central and Eastern Europe, with the total area of over 200,000 m2 and over 2,500 Polish and foreign companies, mainly manufacturers in fashion, footwear and haberdashery industries.
food & drink
In a city of multinational origins, pubs and restaurants cherish traditions of various cultures and styles, which creates a unique and extraordinary vibe. You can try German, Russian, Jewish and Polish cuisines, specialities of Italian cuisine as well as oriental delicacies. In the evening, you should check out numerous clubs and pubs for which Łódź is famous all over the country.
culture & art
Łódź is one of the most important cultural centres in Poland, and the only Polish city to be a part of the Réseau Art Nouveau Network. Numerous museums attract with their exhibitions, such as the only Museum of Cinematography in Poland, or Łódź Art Museum, which has one of the richest and most interesting collections of 20th and 21st century art in Europe, as well as galleries, theatres, cinemas, or Łódź Philharmonic.
traveling by train
Good railway connections with each of major Polish cities are used by people visiting Łódź. Launching high-speed rail connecting Łódź, Warsaw, Poznań and Wrocław with other European cities will make the travel to Łódź fast and comfortable.
traveling by car
Łódź lies at the intersection of the largest national and European communication routes (Motorway A1 from north to south and Motorway A2 from east to west). The central location provides a good connection with the biggest Polish cities, Łódź is situated from them no farther than 300 km as the crow flies (e.g. 120 km from Warsaw).
traveling by plane
You can reach Łódź from every part of the world thanks to Władysław Reymont International Airport, situated within 6 km from the city centre.
A well-developed network of bus and tram lines ensures efficient communication. Soon, the construction of Łódź Regional Tram will be completed, which will provide fast connection between Łódź and surrounding towns within the Łódź Agglomeration. This will be one of the longest tram lines in Europe.