You will find the museum inside the gorgeous Belle Époque palace. Here you can learn more about the city’s captivating political and social history. There are also many fine examples of silverware and porcelain and a room dedicated to famous citizens, like pianist Artur Rubinstein and the Polish writer Jerzy Kosinski.
Plac Wolności is the Freedom Square in Lodz, located at the end of the famous street ulica Piotrkowska. There is a roundabout in the middle with a statue of the freedom fighter Tadeusz Kosciuszko. You will also find an interesting museum of the Lodz sewer system on one side of the statue.
This is a small cafe-restaurant that cooks up delicious, inexpensive fusion cuisine to local students and more budget-minded visitors. On the menu you will find dishes like chicken roasted with lemon stewed in wine, roasted pork sirloin served with spinach and garlic pasta, beefsteak with Gorgonzola sauce and much more.
Lodz Wladyslaw Reymont Airport is located 6 Km from the city centre of Lodz. The city is accessible by bus which departs from Terminal. Journey time to the city centre is 15 minutes and 10 minutes to the Train station Łódź. A taxi rank is located in front of Terminal. The average journey time into the city is between 8 to 10 minutes.
In terms of size, Lodz is a very manageable city, and most places can be easily walked to. Getting around Lodz with public transport is also simple and straightforward, since an extensive, modern bus and tram network is spread throughout the city. Buses and trams use the same tickets, available in various denominations.