Luggage Storage Rome
Luggage storage in Rome With Radical Storage
If you are looking for luggage storage locations in Rome, this is the place to be! Rome is a magnificent city, but to explore it to the fullest, you should get rid of your heavy bags and find a convenient luggage storage service.
By scrolling up on this page, you will find all the best options to make your time in Rome lighter and more enjoyable. Stow your bags at one of our partners and get back to sightsee stress-free.
Where to store luggage in Rome?
The best way to store your suitcases in Rome is to book with Radical Storage. Our network boasts over 100 locations throughout Rome.
At a reasonable price of €5 per day, you can store bags of any size or weight, including strollers and other large items. In this way, you can enjoy your vacation’s last few hours without the hassle and enter museums easily.
We have reliable options near the most important monuments:
Luggage storage in Rome with Radical Storage
Storing your bags with Radical is very simple, just follow these 3 steps:
Find left luggage in Rome that meets your needs.
Book online with your credit card (secure payment!).
Discover the address of the location and reach it to drop off your bags.
Enabling your geolocation, you can choose the closest luggage storage near you.
Helpful information about Fiumicino Airport
Fiumicino Airport, also known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport, is the main airport serving the capital of Italy. It is located about 35 kilometers southwest of Rome’s city center.
The airport is well-connected to the city center by public transportation. The Leonardo Express is a non-stop train service that connects the airport with Rome’s Termini station in about 30 minutes. There are also buses available that go to different parts of the city.
To get more information about Rome’s airport, you can read our article about the best routes from Rome City Center to Fiumicino Airport.
What to see if you are in Rome only for one day ?
Rome is one of the world’s most historically and culturally rich cities, with a wealth of monuments, museums, and other attractions that can take days, if not weeks, to fully explore. However, if you only have one day to spend in the city, you’ll need to be strategic about how you spend your time.
Here are a few must-see sights to consider if you’re short on time:
Skip Colosseum’s line and enjoy the outside
Perhaps entering the Colosseum can be difficult due to lines and restrictions, but you can choose to admire its majesty from the outside and take beautiful photos for your social.
Throw a coin into Trevi Fountain
The legend claims it directly: the first coin you throw into the Trevi Fountain assures your return to Rome, the second one a new lover, and the third guarantees a marriage. Believe it or not, the coin into Trevi’s Fountain has become a ritual that visitors like to take part in.
Vatican, Vatican, Vatican!
Again, visiting the Vatican or its museums takes a lot of time, but admiring the beautiful St. Peter’s Square takes little time. Take stunning photos of the fountains or view the columns from their center (you’ll only see one row!). And if you’re in the square on a Wednesday at 11 am, you’ll also be able to watch the Pope’s Angelus.
Take a look at Rome’s keyhole
In Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta you will find a famous brass keyhole that hides a secret view of Saint Peter. If you look through it (maybe after queuing a bit), you will see a perfect “visual postcard" of St. Peter’s dome. Before you reach this attraction, we suggest you stop by the Oranges’ garden (Italian Giardino Degli Aranci), a lovely place with a beautiful view of the City Center.
Enjoy Campo de’ Fiori
Do you like the warm Roman atmosphere and want to know its deepest secrets? Then you have to drop by Campo de’ Fiori, a lovely square in the city center. In the morning, you will find a local market with fresh produce and stalls with clothes, hats, and souvenirs. In the afternoon and evening, you can take a walk with friends or sit in one of the many restaurants in the area.
Buy some souvenirs
You don’t have much time and have forgotten to buy souvenirs or gifts for your loved ones? There are several shopping hubs in Rome. If you are near Termini station, you can go to Via Nazionale. If you are in the Vatican area, you can reach Via Cola di Rienzo. Finally, if you are in the city center, you will find Via del Corso and Via Condotti, two Italian shopping hubs.
Relax at Villa Borghese
Had enough of the traffic and crowds of people? Good news! Rome is a city full of spectacular parks. One of them is located just a few steps away from Via del Corso. You can reach Villa Borghese directly from the Flaminio metro stop (just a short walk from Via del Corso). This is an 800-hectare green space with fountains, statues, tree-lined avenues, and gardens.
Top locations in Rome
Luggage Storage Tiburtina
5 minutes from Cherubini
Luggage storage Fori Imperiali
10 minutes from Piazza Venezia
Luggage Storage Marsala - Termini
7 minutes from the National Roman Museum (Museo Nazionale Romano)
Luggage Storage Ottaviano Station
6 minutes from Viale Vaticano
Luggage storage Ostilia
8 minutes from Colle Oppio Park
Luggage storage Viale Trastevere
7 minutes from Porta Portese Market
Luggage Storage Ostiense
10 minutes from Eataly
Luggage Storage Termini Station
6 minutes from Termini metro Station
Luggage Storage Piazza del Popolo
6 minutes from Piazza del Popolo
Luggage Storage Barberini Station
6 minutes from Piazza di Spagna
Luggage Storage Navona
4 minutes from Campo dei Fiori
Luggage Storage Pantheon - Rome Center
3 minutes from Piazza Navona
Luggage Storage Repubblica
7 minutes from Termini station
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