Luggage Storage Como
Top Luggage Storage Location in Como
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
450 meters from Como Lago Station
350 meters from Teatro Sociale
400 meters from Como Lago station
400 meters from Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta
500 meters from Cathedral
750 meters from Piazza Cavour
Choose your Radical luggage storage in Como
If you wish to find a safe place to leave your suitcases or a too heavy backpack that is ruining your day, download the Radical app now or reserve your baggage storage on this website. You only need in a few clicks: choose among the several points Radical the one closest to you, insert date and time and proceed with the purchase. Leave your problems! With us, everything is really very simple!
Our partners reliability is guaranteed
We decided to call our partners Angels! Why this choice? It's simple: an angel is a constant and trustworthy presence that takes care of you in every moment of your life. Well, our Angels have these characteristics: they are safe, verified and very welcoming. Also, being local businesses, they can give you all the information you want regarding the city. Our luggage deposits are very close to Como Giovanni Train Station and to the lake area.
Not only the lake
Every day hundreds of people visit Como to admire the beauty of this area. What attracts more visitors is certainly the famous lake. Nevertheless, the Lombard city is also famous for its magnificent Cathedral, a very articulated building whose construction began in the 14th century and ended in the 18th century. Before the Cathedral in the same location, there was a medieval Romanesque church.
Come inspired a lot of artists
Lake Como has inspired many artists and writers over the millennia, its shores and its mysterious views have stimulated the creativity of painters, poets, and writers from all over the world. Suffice to say that the famous historical novel "The Betrothed" written by Alessandro Manzoni begins precisely with the sentence "That branch of Lake Como, which turns at noon, between two unbroken chains of mountains".