The third largest city in Poland was founded in the 19th century on the back of the textile industry. Łódź is a former stronghold of textile production and is located in the middle of Poland. In the Central Textile Museum, exhibits of the textile industry can be visited, including machines, fabrics and handicrafts from the 19th century. The Manufaktura is a restored factory building that now functions as an art and culture center. The nearby Łódź City Museum is located in the nearby imposing Poznanski Palace, where the city's history is clearly illustrated by works of art and objects. Our tour bus has to accept today a museum, the Radegast train station, is where thousands of people began their final journey to Auschwitz or the nearby Chelmno ghetto.
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Manufaktura, a showpiece for the development of the city center over the last 25 years, is a shopping and leisure complex that includes former textile factories. Opened in 2006, the chartered bus must agree that it is the biggest urban regeneration scheme in Poland since the Warsaw
Old Town was rebuilt after the war. The epic urban brick architecture, designed in the 1870s by the entrepreneur Izrael Poznański, makes this much more than a conventional mall. The Factory Museum portrays the day-to-day life of the workers, the cloth manufacturing techniques at this site, and also explores the life of Izrael Poznański.
2. Central Museum of Textiles
Textile manufacturing was only a cottage industry in Lodz before installations such as the White Factory were established in the 1830s. The factory was turned into a museum only after the Second World War. The design of the site and its boiler house, high chimney and water towers can be expanded and the original steam-powered looms of the factory can be seen. Bus rental would be the best partner to explore the mass of textile devices, such as spinners from other factories, and the fashion show of the twentieth century.
3. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
This uniquely painted cathedral stands out in the heart of Lodz. It belongs to the Orthodox Church and was established at the end of the 19th century. The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in Łódź, Poland is a Polish Orthodox cathedral in the neo-Byzantine style. It was built between 1880 and 1884 according to plans by Hilary Majewski.
4. Edward Herbst’s Villa
The tour bus will show you this mansion which was built in 1876 for the daughter of Lodz's most important entrepreneur Karol Scheibler, Matylda and her husband Edward Herbst, who, after the death of his dad, became the director of the textile factory. The project was designed by the city architect Hilary Majewski, who gave it its unique form of a neo-Renaissance mansion.
5. Jewish Cemetery
At one time, Ulica Bracka's 44-hectare cemetery was one of the largest Jewish burial grounds in the world. It was built in 1892 and takes you on a trip through the early decades of the 20th century. The grave is distinguished by what may be the largest mausoleum for the Jew in the world, and the only one to be decorated with a mosaic. They were due to be executed, but the Soviet advance was prevented at the end of 1944.
6. Museum of Modern Art
Tour Bus wants to take you to one of the oldest museums of modern art in the world and holds the largest collection of contemporary art from the 20th and 21st centuries in Poland. This has been set up by the a.r. a group of Polish avant-garde artists in the 1920's. Many great artists, such as Max Ernst and Hans Arp, have contributed to this list. It includes works of art from various fields of modern art, such as cubism,constructivism and neoplasticism. Today the collection is divided in the four classes with the following themes: 'body, trauma and prosthesis,' 'construction, utopia and politicization,' 'head, image and truth’ and 'object, fetish and phantasm.'
7. Mickiewicza Park
Our bus rental will tell you that there are a lot of beautiful parks in Lodz where you can walk your horse, sunbathe or have a picnic. If you have time, consider visiting all of them. Ask Mickiewicza Park if you need to pick up. Not too far from the city center, it boasts a large lake with an island and parkland. You'll see a lot of birds nestling here, and the ducks will happily accept any bread on offer. There's a large amphitheater where you can have concerts or plays throughout the summer. The park is also beautiful in the spring when all the flowers are in bloom.
8. The Grand Theater
The Lodz Grand Theater was founded under communist rule in the 1950s. It can still be found at the same location, and the building is typical of the era. It specializes in opera and dance, but it also hosts choirs, orchestras, soloists and musicals. A ballet festival takes place every other year and world-famous companies such as Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet and John Neumeier's Ballet have performed here. The tour bus would be happy to show you the interior that is modern and comfortable, the acoustics are excellent. You're in for a great night out.
9. Piotrkowska Street
Our bus rental company must admit that Piotkowska Street is the heart of Lodz, five kilometers long, making it one of the longest commercial streets in the world. It stretches between Independence Square (Plac Niepodleglości) and Liberty Square (Plac Wolności) and the best restaurants, bars and shops in town can be found along the street. This street also houses the Lodz Textile Industry Museum, as well as a number of stunning, life-size sculptures by prominent Lodz figures, such as Julian Tuwin, a poet, and Arthur Rubenstein, a classical pianist.
10. Botanical Garden
This 67-hectare botanical garden was first planted in 1929, but it was not developed until the end of the war. It was situated in the Pilgrim Park of western Poland. Our bus rental company suggests visit garden from April to October, where 3,500 varieties of plants can be found in nine parts.
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