Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
on Av. de Vilagarcía
8 minutes from As Duas Marias
3 minutes from Praza de Galicia
1 minute from Igrexa de Santa María Salomé Church
1 minute from University
3 minutes from Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
4 minutes from Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela
1 minute from Praza da Quintana de Vivos
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Walking the Camino de Santiago without heavy baggage
Wherever you are, you can use Radical the first luggage storage network. We founded this company in order to assure user a more comfortable holiday. How boring is to drag a suitcase from one place of a city to another? That's the reason why you have to download our app or rent a place for your baggage belongings at our Angels. Who is a Radical Angel? Well, it's a local business. It can be a grocery, a hotel or a bike rental. All our Angels are safe, reliable and verified by our staff. It's not every day you are on vacation, that's why it's so important to enjoy every hour without dragging bags.
Radical and its cheap price
Storing a bag with Radical costs only €5 all over Europe. Convenient locations, helpful and friendly staff, and safety are only a few of the several Radical’s strengths. Moreover, we don't have any size and weight limit, you can drop off anything you want, the price pro bag won't change.
Discover Santiago de Compostela
Whether you’re looking for culture, history and religious places, there are plenty of things to do in Santiago de Compostela. Even if this city is renowned due to the Camino de Santiago, there are also a lot of monuments to see! If you are spending your holiday in this side of Spain, then you should visit the wonderful Cathedral, an iconic building famous all over Europe. You will be sure fascinated by its Romanesque architecture and the baroque interior.
A good place for your soul
The Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) is a network of trails that converge near the Spanish border and then continue through northern Spain to Santiago. Nowadays, a lot of people start this walking tour to escape from their stressful lives. Officially, however, the Camino de Santiago has a religious value.