Book now your luggage storage in Brussels with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
400 meters from Brussels Central Station (Bruxelles-Central)
45 meters from Royal Gallery of Saint Hubert
270 meters from Bruxelles-Midi (Midi station)
280 meters from Marché du Midi
280 meters from Manneken Pis
300 meters from Ancienne Belgique
150 meters from Rogier Station
300 meters from Yser Station
350 meters from Cinquantenaire Park (Parc du Cinquantenaire)
450 meters from Schuman station (Brux - Schuman)
350 meters from the Central Station
280 meters from Jeanneke Pis
210 meters from Bruxelles-Midi
400 meters from Zuidstation
Best luggage storage in Brussels
This post wants to help you identify convenient luggage storage locations in Brussels! Radical is a luggage storage network that can improve your travel experience. Moreover, our Angels (the name we give our partners) are the owners of restaurants, bars, bike rental, hotels or shops. We know that many people are used to traditional luggage lockers at stations and airports but how secure are they? Our luggage storage spots are verified local businesses where your baggage belongings will be constantly supervised. You can find us near Brussels Midi, in the City Center, and close to the Central Station.
You can store cumbersome suitcases, too!
Sometimes hotels and B&Bs are quite minimal and don't have space to store bags until the allowed check-in time. Maybe traditional lockers are not big enough to store large suitcases or ar at capacity. That's one of the reasons why you should try our service. You can book Radical online directly. We'll provide you with a list of Angels near your current location so you can choose the one that meets your needs. The booking process is quick and easy. Radical has a flat rate. It means that you won't pay per hour but per day: €5 per bag.
Things to do and see in the capital of Belgium
The Grand Place is definitely an excellent starting point for all new visitors! It's considered one of the most beautiful squares in the world and, not surprisingly, at the end of the nineties was added by UNESCO in the list of World Heritage Sites. In Brussels, you can also see the famous Manneken Pis, a small bronze statue of a little boy who urinates. The Manneken Pis has become a self-ironic mascot of the city. Another beloved monument is surely the Atomium, a steel sculpture that represents an iron crystal.
Sprouts, waffles, and fries!
Although it seems strange, French fries were born right in Belgium! Although it seems strange, the French fries were born in Belgium! That's why around Brussels you'll find lots of baraques à frites, small kiosks selling all sorts of French fries! Along the streets of Brussels, you will find many places that sell hot waffles with creams of all kinds. In the theme of french fries, Brussels' dish par excellence is mussels with chips (in French, Moules et Frites).