Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
in Cetinje City Center
3 minutes from King Nicholas Museum
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
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Luggage Storage in Cetinje
If you have landed in the beautiful Montenegro, you better start looking for a place to store your luggage. Because, once you get your eyes on the beautiful mountains that surround the city, you wouldn’t want to fuss with your luggage. Radical Storage is here to solve your problem with its trustworthy and secure luggage storage services. We partner with local businesses all over the city to offer you safe locations for storing your bags while you go around admiring nature.
Travel safely with Radical Storage
Having a local luggage storage partner you can trust during your travels is a blessing. Radical Storage makes sure your bags are handled with care and safety. Our team stores your luggage with attention in secure and clean spots and is always ready to answer your queries. We charge no higher than 5 euros per day for each item without any exceptions. Don’t let your luggage get in the way of your planned trip by dropping it off at Radical Storage facilities.
Let’s discover Cetinje
Cetinje is the former capital of Montenegro. Its status as the capital has meant that the city has grown while retaining its characteristics. Cetinje was also the smallest capital in the world, let's see its best attractions!
Best sites to visit
The main street in Cetinje is the beautiful Njegoseva, a partly pedestrianized street bordered by interesting buildings, cafes and shops. At the southern end are two tree-lined parks and the elegant Blue Palace, built in 1895, for you to visit. Of great interest to tourists, that you won't want to miss is the famous Cetinje Monastery, the country's oldest theatre 'House of Zeta', the majestic Church of the Nativity of the Virgin, quiet Vlach Church and the Palace of Nicholas built in 1867.