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3 min. fast check-in
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Free digital guided tour
180 meters from Gare Magenta
270 meters from Gare du Nord
200 meters from Louvre Museum
200 meters from Pont Neuf
60 meters from Edgar Quinet Metro Station
600 meters from Montparnasse metro and train station
140 meters from Gare de l'Est
550 meters from Gare du Nord
500 meters from Eiffel Tower
300 meters from Champs Des Mars
290 meters from Strasbourg - Saint-Denis
550 meters from Musée des Arts et Métiers
250 meters from Jardin des Grands Explorateurs
250 meters from Zadkine Museum
290 meters from Porte Maillot (Airport shuttle)
300 meters from Exhibition and Trade Centre
40 meters from Château d'Eau
500 meters from Gare de l'Est
250 meters from Barbès - Rochechouart Station
500 meters from Basilica of Sacré-Cœur de Montmartre
350 meters from Sacré-Coeur Basilica
280 meters from Square Louise Michel
130 meters from Catacombs of Paris
200 meters from Denfert-Rochereau
500mt from Notre-Dame de Paris
250 mt Pont Marie
250 meters from Le Jardin du Luxembourg
300 meters from Metro Station Luxemburg
120 meters from La Machine du Moulin Rouge
550 meters from the Wall of Love
650 meters from Parc de la Villette
400 meters from Riquet Metro
500 meters from Porte d'Orleans
350 meters from Mairie de Montrouge Station
180 meters from Place de la République
210 meters from République station
300 meters from George V station
750 meters from Arch de Triomphe
200 meters from Gare de l'Est
300 meters from Château d'Eau
Near Porte de Villiers
350 meters from Porte de Champerret
350 meters from Pont Cardinet station
280 meters from Square des Batignolles
230 meters from Blanche
290 meters from Place de Clichy
220 meters from the Saint-Michel Bridge
450 meters from the Cluny National Museum of the Middle Ages
550 meters from Paris Gallieni International Bus Station and Metro
500 meters from Park Josette E Maurice Oden
350 meters from Saint Lazare Train Station
270 meters from Liège Station
200 meters from Gare du Nord
450 meters from Gare de l'est
In the Latin Quarter
450 meters from Saint-Michel Notre-Dame Station
600 meters from Gare de Lyon
600 meters from Coulée Verte René-Dumont
600 meters from Montparnasse metro and train station
600 meters from Théâtre de la Gaîté-Montparnasse
180 meters from Saint-Sébastien Froissart station
650 meters from Place des Voges
In the Sainte-Avoye District
140 meters from Rambuteau Subway Station
220 meters from Ledru-Rollin Station
550 meters from Opera Bastille
350 meters from George V Station
350 meters from Embassy of Egypt in France
350 meters from Ménilmontant Station
270 meters from Parc de Belleville
80 meters from St Paul Station
500 meters from Place des Vosges
95 meters from Réaumur-Sébastopol Station
350 meters from Metiers Art Museum
270 meters from Musée du Chocolat
350 meters from Pointe Trigano
210 meters from Corvisart Station
350 meters from Glacière Station
280 meters from Notre-Dame-de-Lorette Station
260 meters from Cadet Station
300 meters from Voltaire Station
150 meters from Theatre La Bastille
140 meters from Faidherbe-Chaligny Station
210 meters from Cour de l'industrie
50 meters from Poissonnière Underground Station
500 meters from Gare de Paris Nord
150 meters from Mairie de Montrouge
550 meters from Beffroi de Montrouge
350 meters from Gare Montparnasse
450 meters from Jardin Atlantique
350 meters from Gare Saint-Lazare
250 meters from Saint Augustin
250 meters from Madeleine Underground Station
300 meters from Havre Caumartin Underground Station
550 meters from Boucicaut
600 meters from Porte de Versailles
230 meters from Place de Clichy Station
450 meters from Blanche Station
200 meters from Alésia Station
450 meters from Société Historique et Archéologique du XIVe Arrondissement
130 meters from Gare Montparnasse
400 meters from Bourdelle Museum
230 meters from La Nouvelle Seine
350 meters from Musee de Cluny - Musee National du Moyen Age
210 meters from Parmentier station
500 meters from Couronnes station
240 meters from Oberkampf
140 meters from République
450 meters from Louvre Museum
160 meters from Les Halles
Luggage storage Paris | Enjoy the romantic city hassle-free
Here you’ll read how to find the perfect luggage storage locations in Paris.
The charming city of Paris with its varied ethnicities, historical monuments, and world-famous cuisine frequently tops travel goal lists.
If you are fortunate enough to visit it, enjoy French people's laissez-faire attitude by renting a Paris luggage storage location. That's an affordable and convenient way to deposit wheeled bags, backpack, bicycle bags, and other stuff.
To get the most out of your holiday, we would recommend trying Radical Storage and its wide network of luggage storage facilities in Paris.
We've expanded our network all around the world, and we’ve many luggage storage places in Paris! If you have typed on Google the question: “Does the Paris Train Station have lockers?", we would like to introduce our service! Storing your luggage is easy with us, because our points are strategically located.
Here is a list of the most popular ones:
- 1. Paris Gare du Nord luggage storage | Open 24/7!
- 2. Luggage Storage in Paris train station | 600 meters from Montparnasse metro and train station.
- 3. Gare de L'Est left luggage | Located just 140 meters from Gare de l’Est.
- 4. Luggage storage Gare Saint Lazare | 190 meters from Paris Saint-Lazare Station.
After a quick online booking, you can reach our Angel and safely store your bags at €5 per day and per bag! Again, if your question is: where can you store luggage in Paris? You know how to answer: with Radical Storage options in Paris (some of them are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week).
Luggage storage in Disneyland Paris
Below is the text of a message sent to us by one of our customers who used our service before going to Disneyland Paris.
"Last month, we flew to Paris to take our children to Eurodisney. Our flight landed at dawn, and at 7:30 am, we were already in the city.
Due to the high season, our hotel located inside Disneyland Park did not allow us to check-in before 1 pm. We wanted to get rid of our luggage and visit the Paris city center a bit, but we did not know how to do it!
Not to mention our son! He was tired and needed breakfast.
Left luggage Paris | Radical Storage was a pleasant discovery
We started to do online research and found a deposit service within the playground. Surprisingly, the company that managed it did not store laptops and cameras (for security reasons). Moreover, we didn't want to lock ourselves inside Eurodisney in the morning, but we wanted to take a walk in Champs-Élysées. We had brought with us two laptops so that we couldn't use that service.
Everything changed when my husband discovered Radical Storage! Booking this service was straightforward. We just had to connect to the website (my husband downloaded the app), choose the left luggage location that was right for us, and book in a few seconds.
All the locations were well-connected to Marne la Vallée Chessy.
Luggage storage Paris | Find our Angels
"Waiting for us was our Angel (that's the way Radical Storage calls its partners), the owner of a small coffee shop in a cozy area. He welcomed us with a big smile, checked our luggage, and gave us advice about the neighborhood.
We also got a 10% discount on breakfast - my son was happy anyway!
When the check-in time arrived, we went back to pick up our suitcases (we had been out for 4 hours, and we only paid €5 per item) and left for Disney's kingdom.
What can I say ... Radical Storage literally saved our lives!".
We couldn't avoid sharing Christiane L.'s message with all our users because it perfectly sums up what you’ll find by relying on our platform.
Radical Storage is perfect even if you need to quickly reach Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (Cdg airport).
Contrary to storage lockers, our service is run by professionals who supervise your bags for the whole day. Besides, City lockers can be full, our storage points are always available.
Paris travel guide
There is no denying Paris is a place of arts with a vast history and attractions. Plus, many prestigious artists studied here.
This particular corner of Europe holds some of the best examples of different architectural styles. The icon of the city was for sure Notre-Dame, one of the oldest French cathedrals of the Gothic style. Unfortunately, in 2019 it was nearly destroyed by a fire. Even if this cathedral is now close, in the French capital you can find many other impressive monuments, such as the Arc de Triomphe, built to celebrate the victorious Napoleonic wars.
Louvre Museum, other attractions & restaurants
The Louvre Museum is one of the most significant art museums in the world! It holds one of the most iconic artworks, such as The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci and even ancient sculptures such as the prestigious Venus de Milo.
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If you like catching landscapes, what better way to do this than reaching the top of the Eiffel Tower?
You can take this opportunity to ask your girlfriend/boyfriend to marry you. A lot of weddings, in fact, started right at the foot of this tower!
There are so many options, so you’ll never get stuck! Paris is where food lovers' dreams come true! The city, in fact, is full of beautiful restaurants where you can order delicious local and international dishes.
Try a baguette or enrich your breakfast with typical croissants. Enter a "nouvelle cuisine" restaurant or try the tastiest ethnic cuisine in Europe. Paris is that and much more!
Is Notre Dame worth visiting?
In April 2019, a fire destroyed much of what was one of Paris' icons: Notre Dame Cathedral.
Although today the cathedral isn’t accessible, you can still admire its charming Gothic-style facades.
Moreover, the area where Notre Dame is located is one of the most beautiful in the city.
Here you'll find other attractions such as the Sainte-Chapelle, the Conciergerie and lovely Place Dauphine.
Do people in Paris speak English?
That question is quite contradictory. Although many Parisians speak English very well, French people prefer to speak their mother tongue (both for cultural and patriotic reasons).
But be careful: if your level of French is A1, you’ll hardly be understood, and you’ll rarely get help.
Without generalizing too much, however, when you travel, you rely on common sense and people's kindness. One piece of advice that might save your day is to write down on a sheet of paper any questions or words that might be useful to you so that you can be better understood!