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Cheap Flights to Lodz
|Most popular in||December||High demand for flights, 3% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||November||Best time to find cheap flights, 8% potential price drop|
|Average price||£112||Price for this month|
|Cheapest price||£32||From London to Łódź|
Cheapest prices for Lodz flights by month
When is the best time to fly to Lodz?
Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
£36 - £272
2 - 24 °C
34 - 95 mm
Lodz’s summer months, June to August, offer visitors the most inviting climate, with temperatures on average between 12°C and 24°C. Although the city also experiences an increase in rainfall, particularly in July, this is a popular time to visit so cheap flights to Lodz will be harder to come by. Summer is also a great time to explore the many gardens and parks in the city, in between the infrequent showers, which don’t tend to last too long.
Some travellers prefer to brave the cold winter weather and book a flight to Lodz around Christmas, when the city comes alive with all the joyous sparkle of the holiday season. Piotrkowska Street is particularly magical at this time of year, taken over for the festive period by a food, arts and crafts market. Pack warm clothing on your flight to Lodz as December experiences low temperatures of around -2°C and it can drop to around -4°C in January, the coldest month.
When is the best time to book flights to Lodz?
To ensure you get the cheapest price possible for a flight to Lodz, you should look to book at least 59 days in advance of your intended travel date. The price of your flight may increase if you delay and leave booking until a week or so before departure.
Which day is cheapest to fly to Lodz?
At the moment, Thursday is the most economical day to take a flight to Lodz. Sunday is likely to be the most costly.
What time of day is cheapest to fly?
Lodz flights can be made cheaper if you choose a flight in the morning. Booking a flight in the evening will likely mean higher prices.
Nobel laureate W?adys?aw Reymont once described Lodz (or ?ód? in its Polish spelling) as the Promised Land, celebrating the industrial heartbeat of Poland’s third largest city and luxuriating in its sumptuous architecture. Travellers book flights to Lodz for its famous galleries, monuments and historic landscape, as well as that it is one of the country’s greenest cities. 34 different areas of outdoor expanse are found across ?ód?, with the largest botanical garden in Poland as well as one of Europe’s most acclaimed parks, ?ródliska Park both found in the city. If chess is more your cup of tea, go down to Park ?ledzia and play some of the locals, many of whom are highly adept at the game.
In the city centre is Piotrkowska Street, one of the longest commercial streets in Europe. It runs from Plac Wolno?ci to the Plac Niepodleg?o?ci, and is populated by a healthy number of pubs, bars, restaurants. Other highlights include Karol Scheibler’s Palace and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, one of the few examples of Orthodox architecture found in Poland.
But there is also a darkness to Lodz. In September 1939, the city fell to Nazi Germany and was promptly renamed Litzmannstadt. The city’s significant Jewish community was either slaughtered or enslaved, while those who were not the targets of ethnic cleansing were subjected to the appalling terror of Nazi social control. Today, Lodz still remembers the horrors of the Second World War, the legacy passionately felt in The Jewish cemetery at the Bracka Street and the area that was once the Ghetto.
Thankfully, not all of the city’s history is grave, and the fascinating collection at Muzeum Historii Miasta ?odzi demonstrates a culture of creativity and enterprise that has fast become one of Lodz’s main attractions. Enjoy the artistic inspiration of some of Poland’s finest painters and sculptors in Muzeum Sztuki, being sure to take a look at the beautiful building of the Music Academy located close by.
Oh, and don’t forget… it’s pronounced Woodge, any other attempt at the name will be met with blank stares.
Lodz boasts a comprehensive modern tram system that covers the entire city. Renovation work has been underway of late, so expect delays. Otherwise, Lodz is a modern city served by excellent public transport.
Getting from the Airport to the City
Travellers who book flights to Lodz will arrive at ?ód? W?adys?aw Reymont Airport (LCJ). The airport has a frequent and reliable bus connection with the city centre. Private hire taxis and rental cars are also available.