Lodz, the former textile industry empire, today is a city of unique palaces, villas and nineteenth-century textile factories.
Explore Piotrkowska Street with an almost endless selection of restaurants, cafes and bars along its 5 km lenght. Eat dinner in a unique OFF Piotrkowska Center located in a monumental building of the former spinning mill. Take a tour of monumental Poznanski’s palace and visit Manufaktura which is one of the biggest shopping and restaurant centers in Poland. You can also take part in one of the many artistic festivals or concerts of world music stars and feel the unique character of the city.
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Munich International Airport (MUC)
Munich International Airport is located 28.5 km north-east of the centre of Munich. Germany's second busiest airport has two terminals.
You can reach the centre of Munich from the airport by S-Bahn train or bus. In both cases journey time is around 40 minutes. If you travel by taxi or hire car, it will take you approximately half an hour to reach the city centre.
Lodz Airport is located in the south-western part of the city, only 6 km away from the city centre. The Airport location ensures fast access to the very centre of Lodz (Piotrkowska Street) and the main train station (Lodz Kaliska). It takes only a few minutes to get to Lodz hotels and shopping centres. You can reach the centre of Lodz from the airport by bus or taxi.