Located near Łódź, in the heart of Poland, Mandoria will cover a surface area of 50 hectares. The first stage of the investment, an indoor theme park of 15,000 sqm, is currently under construction and is set to open its gates for guests in the summer of 2020.
According to the developers, Mandoria will bring guests back to the year 1520, in Renaissance Europe, the exciting Age of Discovery. With global trade routes opening, establishing routes over land and sea, new goods find their way into Europe from South America, China and Arabia. It’s an age of unprecedented global trade growth, and Mandoria, the rich trade city in the heart of Poland, plays an important part.
“Mandoria will invite everyone to wander the Bazar to find wonderful trade from all over the world, roam the many corners of Mandoria and meet friendly citizens enjoying the good life of the City. All you have to do is to buy your visa at the gates, exchange your foreign currency in the Bank of Mandoria for Mandorian Ducats, and rise through the ranks of the Trade Council,” explained Daniel Heinst, Project Director.
Mandoria, City of Adventures, will operate year-round. It is located near Łódź, the third largest city in Poland, in the very centre of the country. Thanks to the crossroads of A1 highway and S8 freeway it will be easily accessible for people living in different parts of Poland, as well as neighbouring countries.
The investor of Mandoria is PTAK S.A., the owner of Ptak Fashion City – Poland’s largest fashion and apparel trade center located at over 200,000 sqm with more than 2,500 retailers. The estimated budget of the first stage of the investment is PLN 108 million (euro 25 million).
Daniel Heinst, said: “Before designing Mandoria and starting construction works, we have been analysing the Polish entertainment market very closely to see what is its offer for families with kids. And we have decided to deliver a unique place and extraordinary quality never seen before in Poland.”