Book now your luggage storage in Albi on Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network.
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
Radical Storage is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the Radical Storage team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and guaranteed
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform is covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Online booking and payment are mandatory.
The Radical Storage locations do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online booking.
Luggage storage in Albi
If the hotel where you stayed does not provide a luggage storage service after check-out or before check-in, keep this name in mind: Radical. Our system will show you the luggage storage spot closest to you and will allow you to book it in a few seconds. Ours is not a traditional service, but an innovative one. You will deposit your luggage at local businesses.
Radical's main goal is to help travelers on all fronts, even the economic one! Our service, in fact, has a symbolic rate: €5 per bag/day. At our storage spots, you won't have to queue up, and you can drop off your luggage in a few minutes. You can also rely on a customer care service available 24/7.
A renowned painter was born here
Albi is a town in the Midi-Pyrenees best known for being the birthplace of the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, author of masterpieces such as The Toilet and The Kiss. What will fascinate the traveler who is about to visit this corner of France is also the splendid Cité épiscopale, a complex of perfectly preserved medieval buildings that surround the Cathedral. Before starting your tour in the city, we suggest you buy the Albi City Pass, which will allow you to enjoy a whole range of discounts on the main attractions.
If you love paintings or want to know more about arts, the Museum dedicated to Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is perfect for you. The collection is located inside the Palais de la Berbie (Berbie Palace), dating back to the second half of the 13th century. The museum is open daily from 09:00 to 18:00, and its entrance is on Place Sainte-Cécile.