Luggage Storage Avellino
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GET RID OF YOUR BAGS IN AVELLINO, ITALY
Are you ready to explore Avellino and it's beautiful surroundings? If you don't know where to leave your suitcase while you're waiting to check in your hotel or Airbnb apartment, remember that you can always rely on the Radical luggage storage network. You can find our Angels in more than 300 cities all around the world. Find the storage point that satisfies you best in Avellino, such as one close to the City Center and book online for only €5 per bag per day!
MORE THAN A LUGGAGE STORAGE
Radical is not just a useful service for your bags; it's a unique experience provided by the local businesses. Don't be surprised if your luggage storage is a restaurant of Italian 'tramezzini', or the best cafe in town, or the hotel known for its outstanding 20th-century architecture. This page is simply not enough to describe all the different local experiences that you can discover. Arrange your luggage storage in Avellino and get excited about your upcoming adventure.
In the south of Italy in the Campania region you can find the beautiful town of Avellino with 52 568 inhabitants. Mesmerizing landscapes, high mountains, tens of churches, farmhouses, gardens and a lot of peace and quiet: Avellino can really be the ideal destination for those who enjoy tourism in complete relaxation and tranquility.
THE BEST THINGS TO DO IN AVELLINO
There are so many things to see in Avellino! You will find good food, culture, art and events strongly related to the area. Culture lovers will certainly appreciate a visit to the Museo Provinciale Irpino, located behind the Villa Comunale, it houses several archaeological artifacts from the area, from the Neolithic age to the time of Roman dominance. If you are visiting Avellino city you cannot miss the Fountain of Bellerophon, also called the Fountain of Constantinople. Last but not least check out the emblem of Avellino: the Clock Tower. Thirty-six meters high, damaged by the catastrophic earthquakes of 1668 and 1742, which caused disaster and irreparable damage to the city's architecture.