Luggage Storage Cologne
Top Luggage Storage Location in Cologne
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
100 meters from the Kreuzblume
230 meters from Hauptbahnhof Köln (Cologne Central Station)
120 meters from the Römisches Praetorium
150 meters from Theo-Burauen-Brunnen
Radical is your luggage storage in Cologne!
How many times have you strolled around without being able to leave your luggage? Everything changes now thanks to Radical, a useful service that can help you in times like these. You can book online your luggage storage in Cologne, near Central Station (and then the Cathedral or in other districts of the city.
By depositing your bags near the Hauptbahnhof you will have the opportunity to visit the old town stress-free! It sounds fantastic, doesn’t it?
How much does it cost to leave your bags with Radical?
Traditional lockers have expensive prices, instead, Radical has a competitive rate! All over Europe, therefore also in Germany, leaving your baggage at our Angels costs only €5 per day. Who are the Angels? They are local public businesses such as restaurants, hotels, and shops that can keep your personal belongings in safe places as long as you want. If you want to find the Angel closest to your location just download our app or visit the website. The reservation process takes a few minutes!
Cologne between past and present
Although little is left of the ancient city, Cologne has nevertheless retained its charm. Unfortunately, during the Second World War, its iconic buildings were completely destroyed (very few were saved), but fortunately, the cruelty of the conflict saved the Cathedral, one of the most beautiful Gothic-style churches in the world! Even if the building was hit 14 times during aerial bombardment, it did not collapse.
The city center is also very modern, full of stores, restaurants and shopping centers! We also recommend a walk along the Danube river!
The full name of this majestic Cathedral is "Church of Saints Peter and Mary" (in German "Hohe Domkirche St. Peter und Maria") and, after the cathedral of Ulm, it is the second highest church in Germany and the third highest of the world. Its wonderful cuspidate towers are 157 meters high and can be seen from miles away. The construction of the temple began in 1248, but it took more than 600 years for its completion.
For its great historical and artistic interest, the church is considered one of the most appreciated attractions in the country (in 2004 it was visited by almost six million people).