Luggage Storage Bari
Top Luggage Storage Location in Bari
Online reservation mandatory
3000 € Guarantee
290 meters from Bari Centrale Railway Station
75 meters from Piazza Umberto I
250 meters from Via Napoli
350 meters from Pineta San Francesco
In the Old Town
230 meters from Basilica of St. Nicholas
250 meters from Corso Cavour
290 meters from Petruzzelli Theatre
In the Murat neighborhood
260 meters from Teatro Petruzzelli
350 meters from Piazza Umberto I (Umberto I Square)
700 meters from Palazzo dell'Acquedotto Pugliese (Palace of the Apulian Aqueduct)
250 meters from Palazzo Fizzarotti
350 meters from Giardino Garibaldi
200 meters from Bari Centrale Train Station
150 meters from Aldo Moro Square
Radical is your luggage storage in Bari
Are you looking for luggage storage in Bari? Here we are, Radical! Radical is the first left luggage network with partners all over Bari. Reach our Angel (that's what we call our partners) near the Central Station or in the Old Town! We are also near other points of interest, such as the popular St. Nicholas Cathedral.
How it works
Radical provides a reliable service since all our partners are verified local companies. They are always ready to take your bags for the whole day. Remember to comply with the operating hours and to show our partners the online confirmation! You can choose your favorite luggage storage spots by enabling geolocation or typing your current address. The system will show you all the nearest luggage storage locations. Yes, we know that you are thinking about the price. We are happy to tell you that it's competitive! Only €5 a day, per bag separates you from a stress-free day!
Enjoy your journey to Apulia, Italy
Of course, Bari is one of the most famous south Italian destinations. If you are visiting this side of Europe, don't forget to reach Apulia! Even if Apulia is popular in the world for its wonderful beaches, once there, you can't afford to visit its wonderful cities! They are chock-full of monuments, historical buildings, and churches. The most popular one is the St. Nicholas Cathedral, for sure. Anyway, you should go there even for food. Italians state that Apulia's is the best food in Italy.
St. Nicholas is an institution
This popular Cathedral (Italian Basilica di San Nicola) is dedicated to St. Nicholas and holds wide religious significance throughout Europe. In fact, both Catholics and Orthodox are devoted to Saint Nicholas. Inside the Cathedral -that was built between 1087 and 1197, you'll find the relics of the Saint and some frescoes.
Between one pasticciotto and another, don't forget to get there. You can reach San Nicola by walking for 1 km from the Central Station.