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About Lodz

Lodz, which is called "the art city of Poland", is the capital of the Lodz Voivodeship located in the middle part of the country. It is the third largest city in Poland and has a deep-rooted history. The city is surrounded by the classical and neoclassical architectural style buildings that bear all the devastating traces of World War II.

Lodz that means "sandal" in Polish has a multicultural structure in which Polish, German, Russian and Jewish cultures are intertwined. Lodz, once a European textile capital, is very attractive with its Manufaktura Region where the heart of the sector beats. All of the 19th-century brick-colored factories constitute the most visited touristic area in the city. Today, Lodz is one of the leading cities in the Polish economy and it is the most developed culture, arts, education, trade and science center in the country. Piotrkowska Street is the world's longest commercial street with a length of 4 kilometers.

Established immediately after World War II, the University of Lodz is among the most respected universities in the country. Lodz Film School is also a well-established and well-known educational institution in its field all around the world. Famous film directors Roman Polanski and Krzysztof Kieslowski graduated from this school. Lodz is also known as the city where the famous pianist Arthur Rubinstein was born. Among the most interesting sightseeing spots in the city are Piotrkowska Street, Manufaktura, Karol Scheibler Palace, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Old Market Square, Sztuki Museum and Ten Commandments Monument. The city, where the cold and temperate climate is effective, receives a high amount of rainfall during summer and winter months. Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport is located 6 kilometers southwest of the city.

Transportation to Lodz City Center from Airport

 

Lodz Central Poland Airport

There are sufficient transportation alternatives for travelling to the city center from Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport. Even if you use a means of public transportation since the airport is close to the city center, you can be in the city center in maximum half an hour under normal traffic conditions. Taxis are among the most commonly used transportation alternatives. Another alternative is renting a car for a more comfortable transportation during your whole travel.

Car Rental

There are 6 car rental companies offering service at the airport. Follow the Maczka Road and take the Pienista Road for reaching the city center with the car you have rented. Aleja Bandurskiego Road that you will follow later will take you to the city center. The total distance that you should cover is only 6 kilometers.

Taxi

Taxis that wait for their passengers in front of the airport terminal building are among the comfortable options. The travel to the city center by taxi lasts about 10 minutes.

Bus

Bus stops are located near the entrance gate of the passenger terminal. The bus route 65 carries passengers to the city center and it also passes through Lodz Kaliska, the central railway station. The departure hours of the buses vary but they generally depart every half an hour. The travel lasts about 30 minutes.

Weather in Lodz

DayMin - Max
SundayMin 23ºC - Max 30ºC
MondayMin 23ºC - Max 31ºC
TuesdayMin 20ºC - Max 27ºC
WednesdayMin 17ºC - Max 27ºC
ThursdayMin 15ºC - Max 21ºC

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