Traveling to Łódź
Lodz is located in the central part of Poland, approximately 130 kilometres southwest of Warsaw. You can take a flight either directly to Lodz or to Warsaw. The Łódź Airport offers regular flight connections to/ from Dublin, London (Stansted), East Midlands, Munich and Athens. You can also fly to Warsaw Chopin Airport which offers 123 regular routes to 52 countries on daily basis. From there you can get to Lodz either by the inter-city bus or by train (trains leave about every hour and the journey takes around 1.5 hrs.). Łódź offers also direct coach connections to/ from Prague and Vienna and rail connections to all major Polish cities.
If you fly to Warsaw OKbus provides good connections from Warsaw Chopin (WAW) and Modlin Airport (WMI) to Lodz: www.okbus.pl/en
Direct travel by coach is possible from Prague, Brno, Vienna using Flixbus. You can also use it if you plan to fly in to Karkow or Gdansk: https://global.flixbus.com
To help plan your travel to Łódź and in the city you can use this webpage (app for android and IOS is available): https://jakdojade.pl/lista-miast Mobile application enables buying tickets for public transport online.
Arriving from abroad, you will probably enter Poland at Chopin’s airport in Warsaw. From there (Warszawa Lotnisko Chopina), you may take a direct train to Warsaw Station (WarszawaZachodnia or Warszawa Centralna) and then you might take a train directly to Lodz (Łódź Kaliska Station or Łódź Widzew Station). The central PKP railway station Łódź Kaliska is situated near the city center at al. Uni Lubelskiej 3/5.
+48 42 1 94 36 | website: http://rozklad-pkp.pl/en
Trains to Lodz leave about every hour and the journey takes more or less 1,5 hrs.
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