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Eight reasons to make this Polish city your next weekend break


If Łódź wasn’t on your radar before, it soon will be. It’s shaking off its image as a drab, post-industrial city and making a virtue of its manufacturing past. Once-derelict red-brick textile factories are being repurposed, with their colossal interiors transformed into stylish hotels, galleries and new hangouts where you can sip bison-grass vodka cocktails and sample the latest craft beers. (Before you book your ticket, make sure to practise the city’s name a few times to avoid embarrassment at the other end: it sounds rather like ‘woodge’.)

Ryanair flies direct to Łodź from London Stansted and East Midlands

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In the June issue… discover the variety that can exist within one small country on a Great Escape to Slovenia; follow in Napoleon's footsteps on a drive from the French Riviera to the Alps; take one of Europe's most curious train rides through the forests of northern Sweden; try out yurts, vintage caravans and more at great glamping locations across Britain; go on a coffee-lover's tour of four countries that make a good cup; and much more