Lodz is one of the largest city in Poland lies on the northwestern edge of the Lodz highlands on the watershed of the Vistula river. Today, Lodz has become a leading center in Poland for the production of cotton textiles. The Lodz is an independent city in Poland after the world war I. The city also has an important railway junction on the Warsaw-Wroclaw rail line.
Lodz city has modern museums, music centers, and theatre. It is a center of the Polish film industry with a flourishing art community. The population of Lodz is around 742,000 which is the 3rd largest urban center in Poland.
Lodz is considered as a tourist destination and popular for its interesting architecture, industrial ambiance and friendly atmosphere.