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1 minute from Erwin Fischer Str Bus Stop
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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CHOOSE OUR LUGGAGE STORAGE AND COME TO WISMAR
As you first step foot in the picturesque city of Wismar, do not waste any time by going around the cobbled city streets dragging around your bulky suitcases, but leave them in a safe space in one of our Radical storage luggage storage and start your trip on the right foot.
In an array of convenient and secure local businesses that we have partnered with, choose the one that is more suitable to your needs and in one moment, on our website or app, everything will be settled and nothing will bring you away from your well-reserved relax.
HOW IT WORKS
By downloading our app or login into our website, you can book for a fixed fee per bag, so no additional charges for any luggage detail. You will find our Angels everywhere in the city center, by looking at our GPS map, and as quick as it can get, you will be done. You also will get a 24/7 customer care service, ready to help you during the process.
Wismar is a nice little jewel in the German area, that stretches on the Baltic Sea, in the Land and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern area. Wismar offers a wonderful and long history behind its back, that is just waiting for you to discover. Stroll around its beautiful streets, enjoy the breathtaking landscape that unravels in front of your eyes, and get a chance to know more about Wismar.
THE MARIENKIRCHE AND NIKOLAIKIRCHE
Thanks to its astounding and picturesque architecture, especially in the area with its Gothic Brick buildings, the city of Wismar has been awarded the title of UNESCO World Heritage Location and for a definitely good reason. In fact, the city is known for some of the most artistic buildings, such as the church of Mary ‘Marienkirche’ and the Church of Nicholas ‘Nikolaikirche’.
However, the beauty that the city holds in its wall is not yet finished. Despite some of its buildings having been destroyed by WWII, it still has a wonderful array of buildings that transcend any architectonic style, from the Neoclassical one to the Gothic and the art Nouveau: the only problem is where to start touring this amazing city.