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      Piazza Roma

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    Luggage Storage in Asti

    Is your luggage getting in the way of you exploring the historical roots of Asti? Nothing to worry about because Radical Storage is here to make your trip easier. As a leading luggage storage company, our job is to take care of your bags so that you can have the best time of your life.
    We offer thousands of verified locations all over the world by partnering with local businesses. All you have to do is store your bags at one of our partner locations and explore the city for as long as you wish!

    Why Choose Radical Storage?

    If the safety and sanitation of your luggage are your top priorities while traveling, Radical Storage is the right option for you. Our reliable and vetted team ensures that your bags are kept secure and sanitized.
    We offer an online booking process, so you don’t have to wait in line to store your luggage, and on top of that, every piece of your luggage can be covered for up to €3,000.

    About Asti, Italy

    Located between two peaks, Langhe and Monferrato, in the center of Italy’s Piedmont province, Asti is a city that dates to the Roman Times. It is an average-sized city just an hour away from Milan, but it holds great historical significance for tourists and locals alike.
    This city, which has been thriving since the Neolithic times, is now an industrial and agricultural marketplace, best known for its vineyards and food.

    Places to Visit in Asti

    Asti has so much to offer that you must have at least three days to do justice to its historical and cultural attractions. You can begin your tour by spending the afternoon in the Asti vineyards, sipping some of the best wines.
    Then head over to the Gothic church, Collegiata di San Secondo to admire the architecture and learn about its historical value. Not far away, there is an art museum called Palazzo Mazzetti, holding a mesmerizing collection of Italian artworks and paintings.