Lodz is one of the most central cities in Poland, and because of this it has remained traditional. Many shoppers enjoy coming to Lodz because of Piotrkowska Street, which is actually the longest commercial street in the world (spanning over 5 kilometres) is ideal for those who love retail therapy. The street is full of traditional and modern shops with entertainment scattered throughout the street. The city is not blessed with hills or bodies of water, but Łagiewniki, which is the biggest city park in Europe, draws in thousands of visitors every year. All of these features make this city ideal for all different types of travellers. Low cost flights to Warsaw Airport (WAW) offer a fine alternative. This airport is the busiest in the country handling just less than 10 million people annually. The distance between Lodz Airport (LCJ) and Warsaw is just 132 kilometres.
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