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Luggage storage in Koblenz
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
Luggage storage Koblenz | Exclusive service at a fixed price
We designed a secure luggage storage service that will allow you to visit Koblenz without hindrance.
You can book a luggage storage facility near you by simply downloading the dedicated app (available for iOS and Android) or visiting our website and enabling geolocation.
Our network consists of local businesses carefully chosen by our agents. Only the best hotels, restaurants, and offices can become Angels of Radical Storage (yes, that's what we call our storage partners).
Then think about how great it will be to enter a museum without the stress of luggage, ride a carousel without heavy bags, or enjoy a great hot meal without the anxiety of luggage under the table.
Luggage storage Koblenz | Affordable price
How many times have you found yourself spending a fortune to drop off your luggage? With us, this will not happen because you can take advantage of an all-inclusive rate.
With €5 per day you can experience a stress-free vacation or business trip.
Optimizing your time with our platform is a breeze because booking is very fast, and storing/picking up, too.
For more information, you can reach out to our 24-hour customer service via the app and website chat.
Useful information about Koblenz
Koblenz is an ancient city on the Rhine and Moselle rivers.
It is located about 85 km from Bonn, and 127 km from Frankfurt am Main. Both cities can be reached by train (in about an hour).
It is a place where the vineyards and beautiful nature trails for hiking enthusiasts teem.
Being very ancient, the city is rich of attractions and historical monuments.
Things to do in Koblenz
Among Koblenz's must-see attractions, you will find the Marksburg, a castle and UNESCO site used in the past for the protection of royal families.
The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress is located on the eastern bank of the Rhine, where it joins the Moselle. It was built as the backbone of the regional fortification system by Prussia between 1817 and 1828.
The DB Railway Museum opened in 2001 as the first remote site of the Nuremberg Transport Museum.
In Koblenz, you will also find delicious restaurants and exceptional local wineries!