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You're Going to Love Lodz

Lodz is Poland's third-largest city with a rich historical heritage that reflects the diverse mix of its residents. Take a stroll down one of Europe's best shopping streets, relive Jewish history, and get back to nature in a city park.

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When to Visit Lodz

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Lodz endures bitterly cold winters, but the rest of the year offers fairly moderate temperatures ranging from 55 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. A good time to visit is early fall when the city hosts film, music, and photography festivals.

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How to Get to Lodz

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Where to Stay in Lodz

If you are looking for inexpensive accommodation, try Hotel BOSS on Tatrzanska 11 where you'll find clean rooms and a good restaurant. If you want to splurge, stay at andel's by Vienna House on Ulica Ogrodowa, which won the prestigious Architecture of the Year award in 2009.

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Shopping Streets

Ulica Piotrkowska offers stores of every description from high-end fashion boutiques and art galleries to souvenir shops selling mementos of Pope John Paul II.

Groceries and Other

Supermarket chains Tesco and Lidl provide basic groceries at affordable prices. Milk costs zł9.73 per gallon and bread costs zł2.03 per loaf.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
S$ 6.64
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
S$ 76.36
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
S$ 0.87
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
S$ 2.20

Where to Eat in Lodz

If you're looking for cheap eats, you can get a great meal at one of the many food stands along Ulica Piotrkowska for zł6 per person. Those looking for authentic Polish flavors should make reservations at Restauracja Anatewka on Ulica Sierpnia. The restaurant offers traditional Jewish cuisine and live Klezmer music at an average price of zł2,500 per meal.