Lodz Maps and Orientation

(Lodz, Western Mazovia, Poland)

As the third-biggest city in Poland after the capital of Warsaw and also Krakow, it will hardly be a surprise to learn the Lodz is large, spreading and at times a little overwhelming. Lodz is located in the very heart of Poland and within Western Mazovia, boasting an overall population soon to exceed 800,000 residents, with the metropolitan area of Lodz currently topping 1.3 million people.

The Ulica Piotrkowska is the main artery in Lodz and runs in a north to south direction for almost 4 km / 2.5 miles. This long stretch is where you will find the majority of the main sights, shops, restaurants and hotels located, or extremely close by.

Maps and Orientation of the City

The northern side of the Ulica Piotrkowska is home to both the Lodz Fabryczna (main railway station) and the Dworzec Centralny PKS (bus station). Close by, a further railway station is located approximately 1.5 km / 1 mile to the west of the Ulica Piotrkowska and still near to Lodz city centre itself.

For maps of Lodz and this region of Poland, look no further than the larger bookshops along the Ulica Piotrkowska. Alternatively, visit the Lodz Cultural Information Centre (Centrum Informacji Kulturalnej) on the Ulica Zamenhofa, or the Tourist Information Centre (Centrum Informacji Turystycznej) on the Al Kosciuszki.

Map of Poland

Poland map

Map of Lodz

Lodz map