There is a wide range of high quality Lodz accommodation in the city and a number of Lodz holiday apartments available to visitors looking for somewhere a little different to stay.
One of the most famous sites to see is ST. Stanislaw Kostka, a large basilica named after the notable catholic saint. This impressive piece of architecture is one of the most visited places of catholic worship in the country and is particularly beautiful when viewed at night.
Lodz has a long and decorated history of engaging with the arts, particularly film. Not only is the national film school located in the city near to Lodz accommodation, there is also the museum of cinematography and the museum of art. The art museum is in the old town area and houses some of Europe's most celebrated artists and artworks as well as great examples of contemporary Polish art.
Piotrkowska Street runs through the middle of the city of Lodz and is a one of the regions main pedestrian and shopping areas. Home to a wide range of restaurants and bars it is the perfect place to take in a little local culture and enjoy a bite to eat. It's also a great place to stay during your visit with a range of Lodz holiday apartments close to other popular cities nearby such as Lublin and Wroclaw and also close to the Silesian Region.