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    Luggage Storage in Merano with Radical Storage

    If you're planning a weekend getaway in Merano, you should also arrange luggage storage for your belongings in advance. Since some hotels might not store your luggage before check-in, so Radical Storage is here to assist you!

    Radical offers a set price of just €5 per bag daily, with no additional charges for slightly oversized suitcases or bike cases. Additionally, each item of your luggage is covered by a security guarantee of up to €3000, allowing you to explore the city with peace of mind. Reserve via our app (Not downloaded yet? Get it now!) or directly through our website. Our partners (or as we like to call them, “Angels"), are spread all over the world and are always located near the main attractions of the city. Select the closest partner and secure your spot in an instant!

    Leave your heavy bags at our luggage storage in Merano and keep on walking lightheartedly!

    Merano, South Tyrol, Italy

    Nestled in the heart of South Tyrol, Merano stands as a radiant jewel of Italy, often referred to as the 'pearl of South Tyrol.' Blending Alpine charm with Mediterranean warmth, it's set against a backdrop of snow-capped peaks and verdant valleys. This historic spa town, renowned for its Terme Merano (therapeutic thermal waters), has been a magnet for wellness seekers for centuries. Its rich tapestry of history unfurls in the medieval passageways, the majestic Merano Cathedral, and the awe-inspiring Trauttmansdorff Castle with its vibrant botanical gardens.

    Beyond its storied past, Merano is a celebration of dual Italian-German heritage, evident in its cuisine, culture, and architecture. As each season unfolds, it offers unique attractions. Winters beckon skiing aficionados, while spring and summer allure visitors with lush gardens and picturesque hiking trails. The town also takes center stage during the festive season, hosting popular Christmas Markets that draw enthusiasts from across Europe. Furthermore, Merano serves as an ideal gateway to some of the best ski slopes and trekking routes, offering a chance to immerse yourself in the stunning natural landscapes surrounding this area. Truly, Merano is an Italian treasure, always inviting exploration.

    How do I get from the Airport to Merano City Center?

    From Bolzano Airport (BZO), the closest major airport to Merano, there are several transportation options to reach Merano's city center. If you prefer driving, renting a car from the airport and taking the SS38 and SS12 roads provides a straightforward journey of about 30 minutes. Alternatively, you can head to Bolzano train station by taxi or local buses, and then catch a train to Merano, which takes around 30 minutes. There might also be direct or indirect bus services from Bolzano to Merano, depending on local schedules. Additionally, taxis or private transfer services offer direct rides from the airport to Merano.

    What to do in Merano: top 5 exciting places

    From wandering the old town's streets and pausing at Merano restaurants to indulging in the spa or meandering along the Waalweg in the Merano vicinity, the city presents a diverse array of experiences for every traveler.

    Trauttmansdorff Castle Gardens: This enchanting botanical garden surrounds Trauttmansdorff Castle. Spread over twelve hectares, the gardens are home to thousands of plant species from around the world. Along with nature's bounty, the "Gardens of Trauttmansdorff Castle" also offer spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.

    Merano Thermal Baths: Relax and rejuvenate at these modern thermal baths. With several indoor and outdoor pools filled with therapeutic thermal water, saunas, and a spa area, it's the perfect place for relaxation and wellness.

    The Merano Waalweg: An extensive network of ancient irrigation channels, these paths offer picturesque walks. As you stroll, enjoy scenic views of vineyards, orchards, and the surrounding Alpine landscape.

    Kurhaus of Merano: An architectural gem in the heart of the city, this neoclassical building hosts concerts, conventions, and other cultural events. Its grand interiors and ornate detailing are a sight to behold.

    Passeggiata Tappeiner: This sun-drenched promenade is one of the most beautiful high-altitude trails in the Alps. Lined with Mediterranean vegetation, it offers panoramic views of Merano and the Etschtal valley.