Factory and palace complexes built by factory owners in the 19th century were the driving force behind the development of Łódź. It is thanks to them that the city gathered momentum and in a short time earned the name of the Polish Manchester. Today, the great post-industrial empires are being rediscovered.
The post-industrial cultural heritage of the city has been used as a brave link between business and the world of culture and entertainment. The renovated factories are adapted to house unique hotel and conference facilities offering a high standard of services. A clash of raw form of factory architecture represented by hotels such as Andel’s, Tobaco or Art._Inkubator give the conference services their unique character.
Modern architecture in historic industrial buildings stimulates creative thinking of conference participants and the location at the heart of the city allows you to spend your free time in the newly renovated Piotrkowska Street or Off Piotrkowska centre - the new wonder of Poland. Łódź business tourism is also made up of numerous cultural events like Design Festival, Fashion Philosophy Fashion Week Poland, Łódź of Four Cultures Festival, Light Move Festival, Festival of Pleasant and Unpleasant Plays.
The convenient location of Łódź at the junction of the main transport routes including the A1 and A2 motorways allows to effectively communicate the city. A high-speed rail line linking Łódź and railway stations of large Polish cities will be completed by 2016. A modern airport terminal meeting the highest international standards and direct connections to Great Britain, Ireland, Norway, Germany.
The dynamic development of the city, new investment projects, modern office space, extensive hotel base, and comfortable conference rooms allow us to conclude that Łódź will soon become the most recognisable event brand in Poland.