Lodz is one of the biggest Polish cities. During your visit you will find traces of the four cultures: Polish, Jewish, German and Russian that coexisted there and became one. Furthermore, you will admire modernist and industrial architecture.
Thanks to its numerous factories, Lodz was also called the “Polish Manchester”. During the route you will see the Old Town and the industrial complex of Poznanski family, the famous Manufaktura. Next, you will visit the Scheibler fabric complex “Księży Młyn” that is a great example of the revitalization of the city during the last years. In the end...
- Train transfer Warsaw – Lodz – Warsaw (II class) Transportation in Lodz
- Entrance fee to the Museum of the Factory and the Museum of Ksiezy Mlyn (Monday closed)
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- Gathering place:
Central Railway Station