Arrival & Transport

By plane

Lodz Airport has regular flights to Dublin, London Stansted and East Midlands. Detailed information about flight connections are available here. The airport is located only 7 km away from the city center. You can reach the center of Łódź by:

Public transport (MPK Łódź)Take bus 65A or 65B and transfer at ‘Bandurskiego-Lodz Kaliska’ stop3,60 PLN30 min
TaxiThere is a taxi stop next to arrivals~37 PLN15 min
UberJust use your app 😉~20 PLN20 min
Car Rental3 companies available at airport: iPanek, Avis, Hertz15 min

Lodz is located in the center of Poland, so You can easily get here from any other airport: Warsaw – 1,5 h, Katowice – 2 h, Poznan – 2,5 h, Cracow – 3 h.

By train

Lodz offers direct rail connections with major Polish cities, including Warsaw (20 direct connections a day on working days, 14 – at weekends, the trip lasts about 1,5 h). The current timetable is available here. The nearest station is Lodz Widzew.

By car

Łódź is located at the intersection of the A1 motorway, leading from the north to the south of Poland, and the A2 motorway, leading from the west to the east through Poznań and Warsaw. It’s connected with Wrocław by the S8 expressway. Such a developed road network makes the city accessible for car communication. Estimated time of a car trip from Warsaw is about 1,5 h, from Gdańsk –– about 3 h, from Cracow –– about 3,5 h and from Wrocław –– just over 2 hours.

Public transport

You can travel around the city using numerous means of transport such as a taxi, rickshaw, city bike or public transport which includes trams and buses (also night lines). Detailed information on the MPK communication timetables and current ticket prices are available here. When you travel around by taxi, we recommend ordering one by phone or via a dedicated mobile application.

  • Green Cab Taxi + 48 42 666 44 44
  • Rydwany Miasta +48 512 50 40 30
  • Radio Taxi 919 +48 42 19191