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This Cemetery at lodge is the 2nd largest in poland. Beside all the people buried there. All that perish at lodge gueto during the German occupation over 250th lived but very few survived. For anyone visiting lodge should visit in order to learn and pay...More
The entrance is a bit difficult to find, but we entered via small entrance on zmienna road and parked our bicycles there (by the way: nextbike rental is a great way to explore Lodz). Entrance is 10pln (or 8pln if you get discount). It is...More
This is reputedly the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe. Amazingly given the history, it's in good condition and worth going just to see the Poznanski tomb. The best way to get there is to take a trolley bus 1 or 6 to the Doly terminus,...More
Very much the highlight of my visit of Lodz. Far better than the slick renovated factories or the touristy main strip. Do I care for bars and malls? I do not. Can I get bars and malls at home? I believe I can. It is...More
This cemetery has it all; it was created in the 19th century and has some fabulous early headstones and tombs. It also is the site of the burial of the Jewish people who died in the Jewish Getto here in Lodz. Thanks to the effort...More
This is located very close to the Radegast station. Don't go to the main gate as locked. Go to the east side of the cemetery where there is a little door halfway up where you go in. It is quite overgrown but it seems that...More
I was interested to see some of the Jewish heritage whilst in Łódź. Unfortunately the gate was closed and locked. There were some signs on it with phone numbers. Is one meant to ring them in order to get inside?
If you've never been to any Jewish cemetery, you'll be surprised. It's completely different than Chirstian. But if you know what to expect, the history of WW2 and Litzmannstadt Ghetto will paralize you. In general, this place remains the same as it was in 1944....More
This cemetery is so old that you have a feeling that you walk through woods.I liked the atmosphere. Me and my friend walked on some less maintained paths and it's little bit like in jungle, even though there are signs with names of streets everywhere.
We visited this place because it's next to radagast and due to good reviews on TripAdvisor....but I wouldn't rate it as a great experience....not a comfortable walk if you are with a stroller and the cemetery gets repetitive after a while...we spent around 30-40 minutes...More
My apologies for my brief and less than helpful response for now, but I have no more time for this right now. For some reason, back spacing to delete while writing Trip Advisor reviews, causes my computer screen to freeze... More
My apologies for my brief and less than helpful response for now, but I have no more time for this right now. For some reason, back spacing to delete while writing Trip Advisor reviews, causes my computer screen to freeze. This has only ever happened when dealing with the Trip Advisor website! After losing my extended response here, I wasted more time attempting to contact Trip Advisor about this problem, but there is no allowance for such an enquiry from their "help" centre.
My short answer here, though, is that while you can indeed, just show up and self-tour, a knowledgeable, experienced tour guide will enhance your experiences exponentially. Too many elements of this exceptional place will be missed without one. For me, if you have made the effort to get this far, you should not settle for a partial, certainly incomplete experience. I do have the name of the Ph. D. student from the University of Lodz who provided the tour for my husband and me, but I am reluctant to include it here.