This is the biggest shoping moll in Łódź. As usuall in these places you can find a cinema there and plenty of restuarnts.
It is a modern shopping centre with the old Łódź's soul You can spend all day here, eating, shopping, watching movies, going to the theatre, museum, sport centre, swimming pool etc.
An attraction for tourists, a hangout for Łodz residents, heaven for gourmets and renowned brand lovers, a place full of life and positive energy - Manufaktura has very quickly become the city’s flagship, as recognisable as Piotrkowska Street. Today it is hard to picture Łodz without Manufaktura…
Arts centre, shopping mall and leisure complex in the heart of the city located in former industrial complex. You can grab a bite, go bowling, see a movie and do some shopping here.
A very versatile place, with stores, restaurants, bars, cinemas, museums, and more.
“Jedna z najnowocześniejszych w Europie palmiarni i jeden z najciekawszych budynków w Łodzi. Cała palmiarnia została podzielona na trzy niezależne części - pawilon śródziemnomorski, tropikalny oraz pomieszczenie z bogatą kolekcją kaktusów”
“19th-century palace in Łódź, initially a tenement building, transformed into a Neo-Renaissance and Neo-baroque style in years 1888-1903. The palace was marked for its lavishness and grand size”
“Piotrkowska Street (Polish: ulica Piotrkowska), the main artery of Łódź, Poland, is one of the longest commercial thoroughfares in Europe, with a length of around 4.2 km. It is one of the major tourist attractions of the city. It runs longitudinally in the straight line between the Liberty Square (Plac Wolności) and the Independence Square (Plac Niepodległości). From the very beginning this street was the central axis, around which the city grew bigger, and its development spontaneously gave the present shape to its centre. At first the city was mainly the highway, but later it changed into the city's showcase, the leisure and shopping centre, where the life of growing industrial agglomeration could be observed. The street deteriorated remarkably after the World War II. Only after 1990 was it revitalized step by step and changed into a kind of pedestrian precinct. It has a function similar to a market square of old towns in other cities. Nowadays the buildings, town-planning, institutions, restaurants, clubs and pubs situated next to this street, create its specific atmosphere, which is said to have a "cult" character reaching even outside of Łódź.”