Łowicz (Woveetsch) is a city in Łódź Voivodship. Łowicz's a city famous by rich folk art.
Through centuries the city was owned by Gniezno Archbishops. In 15 the city had its prosperity period due to different fairs.
The city is located not far from Warsaw-Chopin and Warsaw-Modlin, only about 1 h by driving.
Much of attractions are located in city center.
- old town. Place with old market place, market hall, old churches, Mariavite and Lutheran churches or tenement houses
- city museum. You can see plenty of folk art exhibition there.
- Star Alley. In contrary to other places in the world, this one is dedicated to folk art. There're folk pattern tiles in pavement.
- Napoleon tenement house. Place where Napoleon used to stay.
- cemetery.Located on Prymasowska street with beautiful cemetery chapel
- Jewish Cemetery. Located on Łęczycka street, there're some graves preserved.
- Christ the King church. Church located on Jana Pawła II street, there's a beautiful interior.
- Castle Ruins. Ruins of Gniezno Archbishop. It hosted also many Polish kings.
- General Klicki Palace. Palace built in romantic style in 19 century, nowadays it heads an art gallery.
- Small open-air ethnographic museum (Skansen)
- Walk in Błonia Park
- Walk Zduńska street.
- Rest on Bzura river
- Rest on small lake in Urbańszczyzna district.
- You can go fishing in Nieborów.
- During Corpus Christi Holiday you can see people in their rich decorated folk costumes.
- There're two big fairs in the city: in Friday and Tuesday.
Buy sth with traditional folk elements.
There're only two sleeping objects Hotelik Polonia and Hotel Eco, both located in city center.
- Kiernozia — Palace of Maria Walewska, Napoleon's mistress
- Czerniew — Abandoned neorenaissance palace from 20s.
- Nieborów — Famous palace complex Arkadia
- Bolimowski Landscape Park — Forest area