Hotel Mazowiecki

53/57 28 Pulk Strzelcow, Kaniowskich, Lodz, 90-640, Poland
Hotel Mazowiecki
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Running in Lodz???

by dlead

I am travelling to Lodz for 3 - 4 days during July. what are the option to go for a run. I will be staying in the Centre of Lodz in the Grand Hotel and will be dependant on taxi so i'd prefer running routes that are local to the city area.

I have been in Lodz a number of times before but always during the Winter time.

Re: Running in Lodz???

by aga_i

Hi, could you specify if you want to jog or just travel by foot?
Jogging is not very popular in Lodz so there are not many routes I suppose.
If you want to do some jogging the best option for you is so called "Park Śledzia". It is not far from your hotel - you should get there in 15 minutes by foot - you need to direct to Manufaktura - it is next to it.
If you have more time you can take a cab to "Zdrowie" Park. As far as I know it is one of the biggest Park in residental/city area in Europe. If you have any questions I will gladly help.

Re: Running in Lodz???

by dlead

Thanks Aga,

Yes, any suggestion you have are welcome. It is for jogging and some type of exercise. I will try identify the nearby park and see how it goes.

Thanks you :-)

Re: Running in Lodz???

by aga_i

you can find a map showing how to get to the park here:,51,Lodz-Park-sledzia.htm
Unfortunatly the site is only in Polish :-(

To get there you need to walk from your hotel down Piotrkowska - it is very near Plac Wolnosci (Independence Square).
Here you can find some nice pics from this place(park staromiejski is the oficial name of park śledzia) :Łodzi?uselang=pl

Travel Tips for Lodz

problems in communication

by Hildeal

if you're shopping for Silver or souveniers in Lodz it can be quite difficult to communicate with the locals unless you know some Polish or maybe som Russian. even though they know you dont understand them they will still speak Polish. So I would advice you to bring a pointing boook for turists to get what you vant (Especially if you want something in a kiosk) . you could alway use your body language and mime. It would be wise though to learn some basic Polish phrases like the numbers from one to ten and yes and thank you and how much.

Chill out in Lodz's green city park

by stakhanov

Lagiewniki Woods is Lodz's essential lungs to the city. It has lots of square miles for people to go cross-country skiing, ride paddle boats, or just simply relax. If you come to lodz, then Lagiewniki woods is an absolute must for those who need a breath of fresh air.
You can get here by the Number 3 tram from Zachodnia Street, heading north. Ask the tourist info for more information.


by Wiktoria about 'Esplanada'

You shouldn't miss the restaurant's elegant interiors. This exclusive restaurant serves fine polish and other european cusine. It's still not too expensive looking at it from the western perspective (~35 zloty for an entree).

'Hollylodz Boulevard' - Lodz...

by sphynxxs

'Hollylodz Boulevard' - Lodz is often called 'Hollylodz' because of its famous film academy. Among the former film students are directors like Roman Polanski, Stefan Kisielowski and Andrzej Wajda. While Lodz is not at all like L.A., it also has a 'boulevard of stars' on Piotrkowska street, where you can see the stars dedicated to famous actors, directors and cameramen who used to study or work in Lodz

Poznanski Palace

by sphynxxs

The palace - nowadays a museum - was once built by one of the leading manufacturers of the city, and seeing the splendor of the palace, it is evident that money was not a problem at all! The museum is full of exhibits tracing the history, people, culture and ups and downs of the city, find recreations of daily life from kitchen interiors to sections of streets. There are also a number of silverware and rooms dedicated to many of the city's former inhabitants, including the Łódź's unofficial Rubenstein museum (the only one in the world) remembering the legendary pianist.


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