Luggage Storage Pisa
Top Luggage Storage Location in Pisa
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
3 minutes from Pisa Central Station
4 minutes from Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II
3 minutes from Galilei Airport
5 minutes from PISAMOVER Airport
2 minute from XXIV Maggio 3 bus stop
2 minute from Nievo bus stop
4 minutes from Pisa Centrale
9 minutes from Tuttomondo by Keith Haring
4 minutes from Pisa International Airport
9 minutes from S.Agostino 3 Bus Stop
Book our luggage storage in Pisa and get your freedom back!
Arriving early in the morning at Pisa International Airport or Central Station before your accommodation is ready can be a problem if you have a heavy bag.
Our luggage storage spots in Pisa are easy to book (and to find) and assure you quick check-in and check-out.
As you can see, it only takes a little while to regain your freedom! Radical locations, called Angels, are conveniently situated! You find them near points of interest and along transit corridors.
How it works
Our Angels in Pisa can be found near Centrale Station and the Leaning Tower. You can book them online, you just need to enter our website or download the app. Radical's service costs €5 per day per bag. If your bag exceeds conventional dimensions or weight limit you won't have to pay more because we set no fee.
And if you have any questions about the service, feel free to contact our customer service by using live chat support.
Pisa knows how to attract travelers. It boasts wonderful Renaissance buildings, riverside locations, and a famous leaning tower. The Old Town is close to the airport, which means that you can easily reach it if you want to spend a weekend abroad. Moreover, Pisa is close to the wonderful Florence, so you can go there to take a trip.
Piazza Dei Miracoli
Many people say that Pisa hosts one of the most enchanting squares in Italy, Piazza del Duomo that is better known as Piazza (or lawn) of Miracles. This beautiful area has four impressive buildings, among which stands out the famous Leaning Tower, which, together with the Colosseum and the Duomo of Milan, is one of the most famous Italian attractions in the world. The other buildings are the Baptistery, the Cemetery, and the Cathedral. The last one was built in the seventeenth century to celebrate Pisa as one of the most important maritime republics in the Mediterranean. Pierpaolo Pasolini, a famous Italian movie maker, chose this place to recreate ancient Corinth in his movie Medea.