Łódź has tremendous potential as a City Break spot - 1- or 2-day visit during a longer trip.
The heritage of the multicultural history of Łódź is, inter alia, the largest Europe’s Jewish necropolis and mausoleum of Izrael Poznański, considered to be the largest Jewish tomb in the world. Numerous palaces and factories that constitute the heritage of the past epoch allow tourists to understand the phenomenon on a global scale of the fortunes created by the local factory owners of those times.
Today, as a creative city, Łódź organizes dozens of festivals, among others, Łódź Design Festival, Light Move Festival, International Festival of Comics and Games, Łódź International Ballet Meetings and International Festival of Music Producers Soundedit.
In addition, Piotrkowska Street, Manufaktura, numerous tourist routes allow to explore the secrets of the City, such as: Łódź Bajkowa [Łódź of Fairytale], Murals, Księży Młyn [Priests Mill], Szlak Dziedzictwa Filmowego [Film Heritage Trail] or Industrial Architecture, make Łódź a unique place, diverse and thus authentic and extremely interesting for arriving tourists.
Łódź flourishes with its wide offer of restaurants and hotels, which meet high expectations of both businesspeople arriving in Łódź for business meetings as well as active students from Polish and foreign universities. The unique climate of Łódź is also created by small, local entrepreneurs who place their premises in the most attractive locations.
Łódź is getting better and better transport communication network. Thanks to motorways and highways, among other factors, but also thanks to Łódź Fabryczna - the most modern multi-modal hub in Europe, Łódź is a city that can be reached exceptionally quickly and smoothly. Combined with an extremely wide range of tourist attractions, Łódź is becoming a city worth visiting.