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    Luggage Storage Johannesburg

    Top Luggage Storage Location in Johannesburg

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    Your secure luggage storage in Johannesburg

    If you want to get rid of your bags because your not a sports type, why don’t you try our luggage storage locations in Johannesburg? Radical is a special service that allows you to drop off luggage at local companies, such as hotels, shops, and restaurants. All these companies signed a partnership with us and have been verified by our attentive staff. Radical has been designed for all those travelers who don’t want to waste precious time while sightseeing or those who don’t know where to leave their bags after checking out Airbnb.

    Incredible price

    Radical is convenient in different ways. First of all, you find it near renowned attractions, transit nodes, and museums. Moreover, it’s affordable! We set a fixed rate all over South Africa. Storing an item of luggage with us will cost you just R80 per day at no extra charge. This flat rate applies for an entire day. But the incredible news isn't over! Radical has provided users with an always active chat support service.

    Jozi, a place for history buffs

    Johannesburg is called Jozi, Jo'burg, and E'Goli by the locals! It is a financial and industrial metropolis built on a rich history of gold diggers. The city is rapidly evolving from a natural area to a centre animated by culture and art. Those who love history will find Jozi an invaluable treasure. Not to be missed are the Apartheid Museum and the South African National Museum of Military History. The former is a memorial museum dedicated to the sad system of racial discrimination in force from the late 1940s until 1994. The latter is a memorial for all South Africans who lost their lives in or as a result of military action.

    A market you will love

    Before you leave Johannesburg, don't forget to go the African Craft Markets, a market in Rosebank, active especially on Sundays. It's the perfect place if you want to buy typical African products as you'll find stands of artisans from all over the country. You'll be spoilt for choice between jewelry, decorations, and clothing. The market is located in a covered building on Cradock Ave, not far from the metro station of the same name.