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1 minute from the City Hall
7 minutes from Christiansborg Palace
In front of Nyhavn
6 minutes from Royal Danish Theater
3 minutes from the Zoological Museum
6 minutes from Fælledparken
On Vesterbrogade Street
6 minutes from Copenhagen Central Station
6 minutes from Nordhavn Station
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 COPENHAGEN
Change your travel experience in Denmark with Radical Storage! We can help you if you have heavy luggage with you and your sole desire is to get rid of it as soon as possible! Radical has luggage storage spots all over Copenhagen. Give us a try!
Of course, you'll find us near the major attractions and train stations, such as:
- Luggage Storage at Copenhagen Central Station
- Copenhagen Aquarium luggage storage
- Luggage Storage Tivoli Gardens
- Luggage Storage at Copenhagen Cruise Terminal
- Left luggage Copenhagen City Center
Leave your bags at our luggage storage at Copenhagen Central Station. It will also be very useful if you need to reach the Airport CPH/Københavns Lufthavn. From Central Station, in fact, there are direct connections to the airport. To see the whole list of Angels (the way we call our partners), scroll up this page!
Radical Storage is smart and convenient
How many times have you been on the street with a lot of suitcases without knowing where to leave them? How many times have you wished to leave your heavy backpack somewhere?
In the past, the only way to get rid of your bags was to store them at the station or the airport. Nowadays, you will have many more opportunities! Radical Storage has Angels all over the city!
Luggage Storage Copenhagen | Price
Book the one you want online and free yourself from heavy bags! Radical Storage is also affordable! It costs 5€ per day and per bag at no extra cost!
Your hotel did not accept your XL suitcase after check-out? Don’t worry. We will take care of it for the whole day without charging you any supplementary fees!
Moreover, our partners can also have special offers in store for you! Why don’t you book now and set off to walk through this enchanting city hands-free? Don’t pass up this chance!
For more detailed information, feel free to reach out to us via chat. Our customer service staff is available 24/7 and speak a lot of languages! You can also take a look at our FAQ page to read all the most common queries about our luggage storage service in Copenhagen.
Things to do in Copenhagen | Explore Denmark lightheartedly
All major cities have their classic attractions, but if you have never visited Copenhagen, you probably need some advice! We will guide you through the most popular landmarks! This way, you won't miss anything! Yes, we know that you want to go to Tivoli Gardens, but before doing it, don't forget to reach Nyhavn, a location that will surely surprise you! It is the most popular neighborhood in the city, with beautiful colorful houses that are reflected in the sea, trendy clubs, restaurants, and boutiques. This is the heart of the local nightlife. And if you love visiting royal palaces, don't miss Amalienborg, the Queen's residence.
Shopaholics should definitely go to Strøget, a pedestrian street where you'll find plenty of stores!
But now, let's focus on one of the most beloved places in the city.
If you spending a holiday in Denmark, Tivoli Gardens is a must-see! This wonderful amusement park caters to all ages, and it's very close to Copenhagen Central Station. So it is perfect for those who want to drop off their luggage!
Founded at the end of the XIV century, it became an international attraction very soon. Did you know that Walt Disney found inspiration for his Disney World right here? Yes, it's true, Tivoli's exotic architecture and gardens fascinated the American entrepreneur and film producer.
Don't forget then to visit this Park even during the night. You'll love its lights and its fairy tale atmosphere!
On the official website, you will find the new regulations to counter the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The little Mermaid
When you think of Copenhagen, you definitely think of its iconic mermaid, a beautiful bronze statue depicting a mermaid becoming human. This statue weighs 175 kg and is inspired by the fairy tale of the same name written by the famous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen.
In recent years, the mermaid has become a focus for some political activists and has unfortunately also been a target for vandalism’ defacement.
The mermaid is among the few attractions in Copenhagen that can be visited for free.
Frequently asked question about Copenhagen, Denmark
Do you have any questions about the Danish capital? Here are all the answers you need
Can you recommend a good restaurant in Copenhagen?
On some famous blogs, Noma is considered the best place to eat in Copenhagen. However, the Danish capital is full of good restaurants and cafes, where you can find tasty traditional local dishes.
How do I get from the Copenhagen Airport to the City Center?
Read our article, you will find what are the best solutions to go from the airport to the city center (and back).
Where can I purchase my ticket to the bus, train, or metro?
You can purchase it at ticket machines (which accepts local coins and credit cards) or at the 7-Eleven kiosks. Remember that ticket machines do not sell all types of tickets.
How do I reach Malmö?
You can take the Øresundståg at Copenhagen Central Station (It’s 4 minutes away from Tivoli Gardens). It costs 77 DKK/110 SEK (about €10).
Is Copenhagen an expensive city?
Yes, it is. Copenhagen is in the top 10 of the world's ten most expensive cities to live in and the 4th most expensive city in Europe. A cup of coffee could cost even €4, while a meal kr144 (more than €19)
Which museums are free
Copenhagen has a few museums with free admission, including the Post & Tele Museum. The Royal Danish Arsenal Museum, the Thorvaldsen Museum, and the Danish Museum for Hunting and Forestry in Hørsholm are open for free on Wednesdays. The Copenhagen Museum is accessible for free on Fridays.