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    Luggage Storage Assisi

    Top Luggage Storage Location in Assisi

    • Local company

      Assisi Train Station

      07:30 - 20:00
    • Cafe

      Basilica Di Santa Maria Degli Angeli

      05:00 - 23:00



    Luggage Storage in Assisi with Radical Storage

    Do you want a tranquil retreat in Assisi but are burdened by cumbersome luggage? Don't worry! Radical Storage is there to assist wherever your travels take you, even to a hilltop town. Lighten your load at the luggage storage in Assisi and experience the true essence of this Italian gem without the hassle of dragging your bags. With Radical Storage, a carefree exploration of Assisi is just a booking away!

    How does our service work?

    Every Radical location (as we call them ‘Angels’) is conveniently accessible online. Find them via our website or the dedicated app. Don’t be surprised to discover our storage spots in quaint Italian cafes, boutique hotels, or shops just a stone's throw away from Assisi’s Train Station or Assisi's Basilica of Saint Francis. All our associates are trustworthy local businesses eager to safeguard your luggage. With Radical, rest assured, that your belongings are in expert hands.

    The price? A fixed rate of €5 per day for each bag. Additionally, for a small additional fee, you receive a security guarantee of up to €3000 for the safety of your belongings, allowing you to have peace of mind while in Assisi, Italy. Experience the seamless booking process that takes barely a minute! Dive deep into the wonders of Assisi, luggage-free.

    Assisi, Umbria region, Italy

    Assisi, a picturesque hilltop town, stands as an emblem of rich religious history and impeccable medieval architecture. Renowned as the birthplace of St. Francis, the founder of the Franciscan order, Assisi draws countless pilgrims to its iconic Basilica of San Francesco d’Assisi. This UNESCO World Heritage site, divided into the Upper and Lower Basilicas, showcases breathtaking frescoes by illustrious artists like Giotto and Cimabue, portraying the life and dedication of St. Francis to Christianity and nature.

    Apart from the Basilica, Assisi boasts of the Basilica of Santa Chiara, honoring St. Clare, a close companion of St. Francis and founder of the Order of Poor Ladies. Ancient Roman landmarks, such as the Temple of Minerva, further amplify the town's deep historical essence, while the Rocca Maggiore fortress offers sweeping views of the tranquil Umbrian valley.

    Getting from the Perugia airport to the Assisi city center

    The nearest airport to Assisi is Perugia Airport which is 14,8 km away. From this Airport, you can easily reach the center of Assisi. Upon arrival at the airport in Perugia, you can opt for a taxi or rent a car; the drive to Assisi's center takes about 20 minutes. Alternatively, there's a bus service operated by Busitalia, that connects the airport to Assisi's train station. Taking the train is not only efficient, taking just 22-30 minutes, but it also offers a chance to enjoy the scenic route. Plus, it's cost-effective, with a standard regional train ticket priced at 2.7 euros. From the station, it's a short ride or a longer walk uphill to reach the heart of the town.

    Things to do in Assisi

    Assisi isn't just a spiritual epicenter; its maze of cobbled streets, flanked by quaint shops, eateries, and cafes, transports visitors to a bygone era, making it a significant cultural, historical, and architectural marvel in Italy which makes it an absolute must-visit destination. Whether your visit spans a day or stretches over several, Radical Storage is here to ensure you make the most of it.

    Visit the Basilica of Saint Francis. Assisi church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site is among Italy's most revered religious landmarks. It houses the tomb of St. Francis and features prominent frescoes by medieval artists, including Giotto's "Cycle of St. Francis". Divided into Upper and Lower Basilicas, the complex showcases diverse styles and episodes from the saint's life.

    Stroll through the Medieval streets of Assisi. After visiting the Basilica, explore the town further on a tuk-tuk, delving deep into its labyrinth of beautiful alleyways. Spend leisure moments in its vibrant squares, savoring a gelato or a refreshing drink. Via San Francesco, connecting the main square, Piazza Del Comune, to the Basilica, boasts traditional Italian shops nestled in stone buildings. They offer a range of foods and finely crafted souvenirs.

    Explore the Rocca Maggiore. As you wander through Assisi's atmospheric streets, make your way to Rocca Maggiore, a 12th-century medieval fortress. Climbing to its pinnacle rewards visitors with panoramic views of Assisi and the enchanting surrounding countryside.

    Visit the Basilica of Santa Chiara. The Basilica di Santa Chiara, or the Basilica of St. Clare, is a remarkable church and a must-visit in Assisi. It houses the tomb of St. Clare and the crucifix that, according to tradition, spoke to St. Francis. This Gothic masterpiece is perched on the edge of the historic town, offering vistas of the verdant Umbrian coutryside.

    Discover the Roman Temple of Minerva. Located in Assisi's main square, this ancient Roman temple has been beautifully preserved and is a testament to Assisi's rich history that goes beyond its medieval and religious significance.