Luggage Storage Dresden
Top Luggage Storage Location in Dresden
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
Luggage storage Dresden | Book a safe place with Radical Storage
If you want to visit beautiful Dresden without loads, you should try Radical’s luggage storage platform!
You can book our spots either via the website or the app in seconds and get to them in the blink of an eye!
We've called our partners "Angels" because they are reliable guardians of your belongings all day long, wherever you are.
Take us with you at all times and lighten up your vacation or business trips!
Store your luggage in Dresden at a competitive service
Surely, you are accustomed to depositing your luggage in lockers or offices with hourly rates, often quite expensive.
But now you can forget the past and look forward to the future with a smile on your face!
Thanks to Radical Storage, storing your luggage in Leipzig and all over Germany will cost you only €5 per day/piece of luggage.
The price is all-inclusive. For example: if you have a slightly heavier suitcase than usual, there are no extra fees!
Check-in and check-out are hyper-fast, and every bag left is covered by a security guarantee.
Besides, some of our partners are open 24/7.
Things to do in Dresden
Despite the losses suffered during World War II, Dresden today is a new city that has managed to rebuild the traces of its past.
As the capital of Saxony, Dresden is located on the Elbe River, which also offers beautiful views.
So don't miss out on a mini-cruise on the river to admire the city and to enjoy one of the most beautiful views in Saxony.
You can reach the city easily from Berlin (via Flixbus and trains), but also other cities in Germany.
Dresden is served by two airports nearby, Dresden and Leipzig/Halle.
Dresden has wonderful museums. Below you will find the most popular ones:
- Zwinger — a Baroque-style complex designed by architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann.
- Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister — A magnificent art gallery in which about 750 paintings by European artists from the 15th to the 17th century are on display. It also houses Raphael's Sistine Madonna.
- The Castle — Dresden's Royal Palace, a building dating back to the 18th century, is home to five museums: the Grünes Gewölbe, the Münzkabinett, the Kupferstich-Kabinett, and the Rüstkammer with the Turkish Hall.