The third-largest city in Poland, Lodz's historical and global significance is largely due to the ghetto that was built there during World War II. Strolling the picturesque central streets will give you an appreciation for the strength of this city and its citizens. Explore the Muzeum Sztuki modern art museum, which houses one of the most important collections of modern art in Poland, or spend the day thrill-seeking at Lunapark amusement park.
Restaurants in Lodz
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Find Out is the first and the only one Real Life Escape Game in Łódź. You enter a room that looks usually, but be carefull, because there can be a riddle or a clue behind every item. Your aim is to solve puzzles step by step and find a key to exit the room in 45 minutes. But remember that you fight both: time and limitations of you own mind. The clue can be right next to you. Will you see it?
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Escape Room with 9 scenarios, counting 3 dedicated especially for families with kids. Take on a journey to another world and come for adventure in one of many different themes.
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A virtual reality saloon "Virtual House" is a place where every man can get a science fiction experience. The local consists of thematic VR areas stocked with the newest equipment. Besides areas with virtual reality we have a bar zone with a garden. You don't have to be a gamer to visit us. Great fun guaranteed!
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Shooting Range C4 GUNS LODZ The biggest shooting range in Lodz, 4 range axis, over 80 firearms. We conduct shooting trainings and events. We have a thriving sport shooting club and collector's association created by enthusiast of firearms. We invite people at any age to begin your adventure with firearms, we are open 7 days a week!
We showed up with 5 people and shot nearly every weapon available. SUPER fun and the staff were friendly, professional, and had a fun time along with us, excellent humor!
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An attraction for tourists, a hangout for Łodz residents, heaven for gourmets and renowned brand lovers, a place full of life and positive energy - Manufaktura has very quickly become the city’s flagship, as recognisable as Piotrkowska Street. Today it is hard to picture Łodz without Manufaktura. With no beach in the summer, no kermis and ice rink in the winter, no concerts in the market square or tasty evenings in local restaurants. Manufaktura means: museums, cinema, theatre, a quarter of a thousand boutiques and stores, playgrounds for the youngest, fitness club, a few dozens restaurants and cafes. But its centre is the over 3 ha large Łodz Women Textile Workers Market Square, which serves as a friendly public space. Here cultural and entertainment events are organised, attracting both residents and tourists. Here the Europe’s longest fountain illuminates the darkness with colours and envelops superbly designed recreational areas in its murmur.
Hotels rarely exceed my expectations. This one is awesome in the real sense of the word. One of the dilapidated buildings in the complex of a former factory has been renovated to a very high standard. Some walls have been left raw, and the metal skeleton of building is visible. Daylight penetrates four storeys through beautiful skylights and the wells are a major feature of modern architecture of outstanding calibration, with both style and functionality. Beautiful furniture and soft furnishings represent those that people once made in the factory. Lovely room, good service, fabulous breakfast. The restaurant is one of the best in Łódź. No need to go far to start enjoying the city. Just step outside into the Manufaktura complex. Street food, fountains, cafes, bars, restaurants, a spacious, airy shopping mall gathering all brands, Polish and international, Cinema City in a city that’s UNESCO protected for its ongoing contribution to cinema, a world-class museum of modern art.... and much more. Excellent hotel, fascinating city.
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The Radegast Station during the World War II was transformed into a station used to deliver food and industrial materials to the ghetto. The station’s building standing to this day was built in 1941 and in the same year the station became the final point of trains transporting Jews from western European countries and provincial ghettos from Wartheland. Currently the Station is under the care of the Museum of Independence Traditions and it is a must to see when you are in Lodz.
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When you walk around the palace you have impression that the Herbsts' have just gone for a walk or elsewhere. We admire furniture, paintings, china etc. I didn't expect such a jewel in Łódź. You can find the Museum of Polish art in the former stables.
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