Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
2 minutes from Canal Grande di Trieste
5 minutes from Palazzo Gopcevich
1 minute from Kleine Berlin Museum
10 minutes from Trieste train station
1 minute from Trieste Centrale Railway Station
11 minutes from Red Bridge
6 minutes from Trieste Central Station
4 minutes from Ponte Rosso
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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Book our luggage storage locations while in Trieste
During your last day in Trieste, before you leave, you may still have a lot to see, but dragging your luggage from one district of the city to the other can become a hassle. If you have booked a room with Airbnb, you may not have a location where you can temporarily leave your luggage. In this case, the ideal solution is Radical, the first luggage storage network with partners throughout the city.
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The Radical network consists of several local companies and hotels called Angels. An Angel of Radical can be a cafe, a gift shop or an office. If you need an Angel in Trieste, you’ll find the complete list online or on the dedicated app. The service is safe and convenient, with only €5 per day, per bag (of any size) you can forget your baggage.
Welcome to Trieste
Located in the north-east of Italy, close to Slovenia, Croatia, and Austria, Trieste is a city rich in history and culture. Its particular architectural style amazes tourists from all over the world and its museums are unique. Did you know that the Gulf of Trieste has its own wind? Yes, it's true, this wind is called Bora, it's a catabatic and discontinuous wind that often blows very strong.
One of the most famous attractions in Trieste is definitely the Castle of Miramare. It is a building overlooking the sea visible as soon as you enter the city. The Castle, which now houses a lovely museum, was built in the nineteenth century at the behest of Archduke Ferdinand Maximilian of Habsburg. The name of the castle derives from the Spanish phrase "Mira el Mar" and recalls the Spanish buildings on the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean, so loved by the archduke.