Lodz for connoisseurs


Lodz for connoisseurs

Lodz is a city for connoisseurs, there's no doubt. Previously in this multicultural city resounded with the clatter of machines, today is a city of modern investment, art, festivals - from the Photo Festival, the Fashion Week and the Explorers Festival at Festival of Good Taste.


Therefore, after staying in a comfortable private room, dine in one of the most exclusive restaurants in town - Club Heirs. Sophisticated interior mentioning climate of Lodz at the turn of the century surely you will enjoy. Then you can talk freely with a drink in the pub, "97", a favorite spot celebrities.


Before the begining of World War I in Lodz jused to live Germans, Poles, Russians and Jews. They lived in harmony, helping each other. When the temples were built forgave all funds, whether he be a Catholic church, evangelical, church or synagogue. Testimony to this extraordinary history of the city are houses of prayer, like, how they lived in a multicultural Lodz. But not only...

Radegast Station - railway station used to handling in Litzmannstadt Ghetto to raw materials and food, at a later stage activity of the ghetto, which was the longest running labor camp on Polish soil, they set off from this station transports of Jews to extermination camps at Chelmno on the Ner and Auschwitz - Birkenau.

Jewish Cemetery - the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe, there are over 180 thousand graves. In this cemetery buryed  Israel Poznanski, one of the biggest industrialists in Lodz, as well as the parents of Julian Tuwim and Artur Rubinstein

The City History Museum - housed in the palace of Izrael Poznanski located at its factory complex. Industrialist built a spinning, dyeing, power plants, workers' houses and the fire department. Created district self-contained with its own hospital and even the church. Now in these buildings housed retail and cultural and entertainment Manufactory

MS2 Art Museum - Museum of Contemporary Art

Factory Museum -  in the museum You will get to know the history of Poznański family, textile production technique, see how they work and how the loom goes a long way from the cotton plantations until finished fabric shop

In the evening you can output to a very valued Anatewka restaurant, serving Jewish cuisine


After breakfast, we invite you to look at other manufacturers, this time belonging to the German community

Priest's Mill - a  manufacturint - palace complex  belong to Karol Scheibler , the richest industrialist of Lodz, Lodz textile father, who built his empire from scratch,  began from the palace and  spinning and ended at the factories, workers' homes, shops, school, hospital and fire station. His employees lived and work in his neighborhood. Their children go to school, which educated them on the future workers of the factory. The materials were shipped to factories in the private private train mounted, straight to its warehouses. Some of the buildings have been renovated and  now  they ale used by citizens , others fall into disrepair. And all this is in Priest’s Mill.

Museum of Cinematography - the former palace of Scheibler, the only one in the country

Piotrkowska No. 282 - White Factory Ludwig Geyer, why white? Well, it was the only  plastered building in Lodz. Geyer was the first in the Polish Kingdom brought the steam engine and mechanized factory. Now, within these walls housed Central Museum of Textiles

To enter the museum you have to go through the Lodz Museum of Wooden Architecture - see the first houses of weavers, but also the church and the Jewish industrialist