Book now your luggage storage in Bergen with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
180 meters from Den Nationale Scene
450 meters Hurtigruten Terminal
280 meters from Bergen Train Station
400 meters from the Festplassen
160 meters from The Buekorps Museum (Buekorpsmuseet)
190 meters from Tourist Information Bergen
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the Radical Storage team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform is covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Online booking and payment are mandatory.
The Radical Storage locations do not accept, in any case, luggage of customers without online booking.
Useful luggage storage in Bergen
Exploring a new city can be difficult if you have to carry a heavy backpack on your shoulders. Radical understands problems like these, so it has created a network of baggage deposits useful for those traveling around the world. You find us inside local companies, so don't be surprised if you have to leave your bags in a restaurant, bar or office, all our Angels are verified. You can trust us!
Our online booking system is easy and secure! You can book your Angel on our website, or alternatively, our app. Select the preferred luggage storage and fill in the form with the date, time and number of bags. The cost of our service is convenient: only € 5 per bag without any weight and size limit! We are near the train station and other important landmarks.
Bergen at a glance
You can explore beautiful seascapes on a short cruise or understand the relationship between people and the sea with a fishing tour. It's not over here! You can even book walking or segway tours! Fun is guaranteed!
The Bergenhus Fortress
In Bergen, there are many museums and historic buildings, one of the most important is the Bergenhus Fortress (In Norwegian: Bergenhus festning). This huge structure is a museum that hosts exhibitions dedicated to the Second World War and its consequences. Inside the complex, you will see the Håkonshallen, a stone hall dating from the mid-13th century. The architecture of this hall inspired all the Norwegian royal palaces built from the Middle Ages onwards.