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    Luggage Storage Arras

    Top Luggage Storage Location in Arras

    • Cafe

      Near Heroes Square

      11:00 - 01:00



    When you're in northern France in the Hauts-de-France region and looking for a convenient luggage storage in Arras, Radical Storage has you covered. Whether you need to store your bags before or after checking in at your hostel or apartment, we offer the perfect option. Our luggage storage facility in Arras is conveniently located near the one of the main squares in town – Heroes Square, just 300 meters away from Grand Place. Say goodbye to the burden of heavy bags for the entire day and make the most of your time exploring the city while you wait for your train. The best part is, our service comes at a flat rate of only €5 per bag per day, regardless of its size or weight.

    How to use Radical Storage

    Our online luggage storage network is designed to be incredibly user-friendly, ensuring a hassle-free experience. You can complete the entire process in under a minute. Just visit our website or download our app, select your preferred storage location, specify your dates, indicate the number of bags, and make a secure online payment using PayPal or credit card. You'll receive an email with the precise drop-off location, and you're all set to enjoy Arras without the encumbrance of heavy luggage. With Radical, exploring the city has never been easier.

    Getting to Arras

    Arras offers multiple convenient ways to reach this beautiful town:

    By Train. The Gare d'Arras train station is well-connected to TGV and regional train services, allowing easy access from major cities like Paris, Lille, and Brussels. The train journey from Paris to Arras usually takes approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour while from Lille to Arras takes as little as 30 minutes. The central location of the station makes exploring the town hassle-free.

    By Car. If you prefer driving, Arras is accessible via the A1 motorway. It's approximately a 2.5-hour drive from Paris, just over an hour from Lille, and slightly over one hour from Calais to Arras.

    By Air. While Arras doesn't have its own airport, you can fly into nearby airports like Lille Airport or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. From there, you can seamlessly continue your journey to Arras by train or car. Whether you choose the high-speed train, a scenic drive, or a combination of both, Arras is within reach for travelers.

    What to do in Arras

    Arras, a charming town with a population of around 42,000, boasts a fusion of historical and modern attractions. Renowned for its captivating architecture, you'll also find delightful restaurants, lively pubs, serene parks, diverse shops, and thought-provoking museums. Additionally, beneath the city center, a network of caves and tunnels adds to Arras's allure, making it a city brimming with history, culture, and contemporary delights.

    Grand Place (Grand'Place): Take a leisurely walk down the tree-lined avenue of arcaded ornate Flemish-Baroque-style houses along Rue de la Taillerie to reach Grand-Place. This central square might make you feel like you've stepped into the Netherlands rather than France due to its architectural resemblance.

    Boves: Explore the underground network of tunnels and quarries known as the Boves. These tunnels, with a history dating back to medieval times, offer a unique and fascinating subterranean tour of Arras. You can do this on a combined day-ticket with Carrière Wellington and the Belfry. An incredible subterranean network of tunnels used during World War I.

    Arras Citadel: Visit the UNESCO site, Arras Citadel, a historical fortress that played a significant role in the city's history. It offers an interesting glimpse into the military history of Arras.

    Place des Héros: Explore the Place des Héros (Heroes Square), another beautiful square in Arras. Admire its architecture and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this charming location. Don’t miss the Bleu d’Arras shop (no 32 Place des Héros), which sells the specialist “Bleu" porcelain that is unique to Arras.

    Musée des Beaux-arts: Explore Arras fine arts museum with an impressive collection of artworks. Here in Arras, the spotlight shines on Flemish and Dutch artists of the 16th and 17th centuries. You don't need to be an art expert to identify the works of renowned painters like Rubens, Nicolas Maes, and Breughel the Younger.