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Łódź is the most centrally located city in Poland. It is famous for its textile industry and Jewish heritage. It is an iconic city of industrial revolution in Poland. Nowadays, the city has over 677 thousand of inhabitants but agglomeration boasts even 1.1 mln inhabitants. Still, for years the city was undervalued by tourist. Discover this interesting agglomeration with ITS Poland travel agents!

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Included meals

Lunch on request

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city

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Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local guide, driver

Entrance fees to

White Factory Museum, Poznański Palace Museum, Herbst Palace



Pickup place

Your hotel/hostel in Warsaw

Drop off place

Your hotel/hostel in Warsaw

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

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Round tour

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Optional Excursions

Dętka Museum

Museum “Dętka” (the tube is situated under Plac Wolności (Independence Square) in a part of Łódź sewers, in a historic tank for rain water from 1926. In Dętka corridors tourists can walk around all Independence Square, as they are 142 m long and the tank can cover 300 m3 of water. It is the first sewage system opened for tourists in Poland. The museum and exhibition can be viewed with a guide only and tours are organized every 30 min. At the s...

EC1 Planetarium, Łódź

The Planetarium EC1 was opened on January 8, 2016. It is one of the most modern planetariums in Europe and was recognized as one of the "7 New Wonders of Poland 2016" of the National Geographic monthly "Traveler". Planetarium is located in the New Center of Łódź at 1/3 Targowa Street, next to the Łódź Fabryczna railway station. Under the dome with a diameter of 18 meters, there is a spherical screen with a diameter of 14 meters, an advanced p...

EC1 Łódź - City of Culture

EC1 Łódź – City of Culture (Polish: EC1 Łódź – Miasto Kultury) is a cultural institution run by the City of Łódź and the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. The revitalized and expanded EC1 complex performs cultural, artistic and educational functions. At the same time, it is an important element of the New Center of Łódź, combining architectural trends from the beginning of the last century and the modern post-industrial trend. On Janu...

Eksperymentarium, Łódź

Experymentarium is situated in famous Łódź Manufaktura Center at 58 Drewnowska Street (square at the 1st floor). It is an interactive science center of discovery type where visitors can learn via performing scientific experiments. It is a very good proposition for families with small children. The exhibition can be visited either individually or with a guide. Experymentarium not only offers an interesting exhibition but also workshops and lect...

Park of Poland – Suntago

Park of Poland - Suntago is located in the village of Wręcza in the Mszczonów commune, 60 km from Warsaw. The park was opened to visitors on February 20, 2020. It is the largest covered water park in Poland and Europe, divided into 3 thematic zones: Jamango, Relax and Sauntaria. The Jamango zone is a one-of-a-kind water jungle full of attractions. There are 300 real palm trees, 4,000 sunbeds, 32 slides on 6 floors with a total length of over 3...

Museum in Nieborów and Arkadia

Museum in Nieborów and Arkadia – located 80 kilometres from Warsaw. The museum was established in 1945 and it consists of Radziwił family estate, that is: a palace with a garden in Nieborów and a Romantic garden in Arkadia. Inside the Palace one may visit 17th and 19th century interiors exhibitions with statues, paintings, graphics, furniture, bronze, porcelain and glass crafts, silver clattery, clocks, fabrics and abundant library collections...

Żelazowa Wola

Żelazowa Wola – a small village approximately 53 kilometres from Warsaw. It is a birthplace of Frédéric Chopin. Today it is a modern division of Frédéric Chopin Museum. Each year tourists form all over the world visit Chopin’s birthplace and Żelazowa Wola Park. The museum was modernised in 2010. A vast number of exhibits was replaced with a tale. An audio-guide takes you through both the house and the park.


Niepokalanów monastery is a Roman Catholic religious community in Teresin. It founded in 1927 by Friar Minor Conventual Friar Maximilian Kolbe. The friars started the construction of a wooden chapel, now the sanctuary of St. Maximilian. The largest monastery in the world was built quickly in Niepokalanów. In 1939, the Immaculate Conception community numbered nearly 700 friars. The only religious fire brigade in the world operates here (it is w...

Oporów Castle

Oporów castle is situated about 2 h drive from Warsaw, 1:15 h from Łódź and 1:20 h from Toruń. The castle was built in 15th century. It consists of a household, tower, keep and chapel. All that is connected by defensive walls. The castle is surrounded by a moat and picturesque park established in the first half of 19th century. Tourist can organize there picnics and bonfires there. In the park there is also a Neo-gothic cottage where tourists ...

Archcathedral Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka, Łódź

Archcathedral Basilica of St. Stanislaus Kostka (Polish: Bazylika archikatedralna św. Stanisława Kostki w Łodzi) is located in Łódź at 265 Piotrowska Street. The construction of the basilica began before the First World War, and the diocese of Łódź itself was established only in 1920 by Pope Benedict XV. The building is in the neo-Gothic style. The façade of the church is lined with a characteristic yellow face brick. In the cathedral there ar...


Lodz is not an obvious place. With the textile industrial origin it gives no simple answers to its identity. Our guide was superb, incredibly knowledgeable and easy company and also really brought the history to life. Piotrkowska has a unique grandness and quaintness at once, I was mesmerized by all the palaces and grandness of Manufaktura and Ksiezy Mlyn. Lodz may be a rough diamond but it is real hidden gem that was brought to life. Great tour and brilliantly delivered. With thanks for a great experience.
Great place to be! If you looking for great city-break Lodz is the city for you. So surprising and grand with its industrial revolution background. Poznanski Palace is called little Versailles and I think it is not an overstatement about Lodz Palaces and spirit of architecture grandeur of Manufaktura and Księży Młyn.

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