Łódź is a rapidly expanding commercial city with its own special business park which is home to more than 130 companies. Many internationally known IT companies are also based there. With a population of approximately 710,000, Łódź is the third biggest city in Poland.

Łódź (pronounced a bit like ‘woodge’) lies at the heart of Poland, at a crossing point between many important European routes.

It is a vibrant city with a rich heritage shaped by four  cultures. Łódź is characterised by its unique 19th century architecture, a reminder of its affluent and glorious past as in the 1975 film ‘Promised Land’.

Holly Łódź is now the cradle of Polish cinematography and a very important place on the country’s map of underground art and creativity: 420 arts exhibitions, 70 festivals, 170 restaurants and 140 sports events.

Breaks in Łódź

Short breaks in Łódź – main tourist attractions – the top 12. Four tips for city breaks (business and pleasure, the arts, recreation, sports). (...)

Great living in Łódź

It's great living in Łódź – say goodbye to monotony. Check out all the things to see in Łódź and how to spend your free time with the kids. (...)

Łódź IT Centre

Łódź IT Centre – a business cluster in central Poland comprising 22 ICT companies from the region working in close collaboration with over 5000 (...)

Map of Łódź

Map of Łódź – getting about. Click here to view.

Work in Poland

Beginners' Guide

Breaks in Łódź

Short breaks in Łódź – main tourist attractions – the top 12. Four tips for city breaks (business and pleasure, the arts, recreation, sports). (...)

Great living in Łódź

It's great living in Łódź – say goodbye to monotony. Check out all the things to see in Łódź and how to spend your free time with the kids. (...)

Łódź IT Centre

Łódź IT Centre – a business cluster in central Poland comprising 22 ICT companies from the region working in close collaboration with over 5000 (...)

Map of Łódź

Map of Łódź – getting about. Click here to view.

Work in Poland

Beginners' Guide