Online reservation mandatory
R$ 16613 Guarantee
in Barra City Center
6 minutes from Porto da Barra Beach
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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REACH YOUR LUGGAGE STORAGE IN SALVADOR
While you visit Brazil, leave your luggage at Radical, a unique service that will make your days easier and lighter. You will find our storage spots within public businesses that have entered into a partnership with us. There are restaurants, bars, hotels and shops of all kinds. All our partners are professional and reliable, so you can feel safe!
HOW IT WORKS
Radical Storage has been helping its valuable clients by providing them luggage storage services they can always rely on, no matter where they are in the world. You can download our mobile application and easily book our affordable services 24/7. Our well-trained and friendly team is always there to assist you with the booking and tracking of your luggage. Moreover, by storing your luggage with Radical Storage, you get insurance of up to $3,000 for each of your bags.
Salvador de Bahia is a city in the north-east of Brazil, famous for its festive atmosphere, colonial architecture and beautiful beaches. The African heart of the area beats to the rhythm of music every day amid traditional shows, capoeira performances and street art. Stroll through the city's narrow streets and let the flow of people lead you to the historic centre, the Pelourinho. It is a labyrinth of small and large streets that together define the largest colonial historical centre in South America.
The city of Salvator is home to several museums, including the well-known Museo Afro-brasileiro. This is a place to come into contact with Brazilian culture and tradition, seeing the extensive collection of sculptural works up close. Mercato Modelo. This is a market that has become very touristy, where many visitors go every day to learn about the local culinary traditions and to buy everything they need for a picnic or lunch on the beach.