Luggage Storage Mainz
Top Luggage Storage Location in Mainz
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
Luggage storage Mainz | An exclusive service
If you are looking for a secure luggage storage service in Mainz while waiting for your train or if you've arrived too early to check-in at your hotel, Radical Storage is the right service for you.
We designed a unique service with a network of partners throughout Germany and the rest of the world. So wherever you are, you can reserve a safe place for your suitcases at any time of the day.
You can find us in places with lockers, restaurants, cafes, and local stores. Our local agents carefully selected all network partners to provide customers with an unforgettable experience.
Explore the world's cities stress-free, visit museums for as long as you wish, and sit in your favorite restaurant without having to think about your luggage!
Luggage storage Mainz | Unbeatable price
Storing bags can often become a tedious task, given the exorbitant hourly rates of storage facilities. However, at Radical Storage, that's a different story because we have a fixed rate that never changes!
With €5 per day, you can leave any luggage at our Angels (yes, this is the name we have given to our partners)!
At our Anges, there are no queues, so you can optimize your time, devoting it mainly to fun.
At your disposal, you will have customer service active 24/7 and contactable through the chat that opens on the site or on our dedicated app.
Mainz at a glance
Mainz is a German city, capital of the Rhineland-Palatinate region. It is located a few kilometers from Frankfurt am Main and very close to Wiesbaden.
It is served by two airports: Frankfurt am Main and Frankfurt-Hahn.
Mainz is renowned throughout Germany for its beautiful cathedral (second only to Cologne) and Carnival. It was also the birthplace of Johann Gutenberg, the inventor of printing. Every year the Night of John (in June) is dedicated to him.
Mainz is also famous for the production of excellent wines, so much so that together with Verona, Florence, Porto, and Bordeaux, it is part of a circuit called Great Capitals of Wine.
If you are touring the city, don't forget to visit the Cathedral of Saint Martin, an imposing Romanesque-style building that has been standing for 1000 years.
Another place not to be missed is the Gutenberg Museum, among the oldest museums in the world dedicated to printing.
If you love outdoor activities, then you should try the Rheinsteig, an atmospheric hiking trail along the eastern bank of the Rhine River.
Don't miss the Gothic-style St. Stephen's Collegiate Church, known for its windows created by Marc Chagall.