• Address visible after booking


    Luggage Storage Santiago de Querétaro

    Top Luggage Storage Location in Santiago de Querétaro

    • Hotel

      Mirador De Los Arcos

      Open 24 hours

    Santiago de Querétaro


    Are you already looking forward to an exciting and vibrant adventure in Santiago de Queretaro? Then don't let anything spoil your time in this beautiful city, like heavy bags and suitcases that you arrived with. We have the best solution for you - Radical Storage. It's a network of luggage storage facilities located all over the world, including near famous places and landmarks. We've taken every step to ensure you can enjoy your visit to Queretaro City without any hassles.

    Radical Storage service. How does it function?

    We've joined forces with local businesses, affectionately called Angels, to provide seamless luggage storage services across the Santiago de Querétaro . Simply book online via our website or Radical app, pay with your credit card, and get directions to the nearest Queretaro luggage storage spot. Checking in your bags takes minutes, allowing you to explore the city freely. At just fixed €5 per day/bag, you can liberate yourself from the burden of your luggage for as long as you need.

    Our Angels can be found in popular tourist spots like Mirador de los Arcos and travel hubs in Queretaro City Center. For a small additional fee, you can even receive a security guarantee of up to nearly €3000. If you have questions or run into any issues, our 24/7 customer service is available to meet your needs.

    Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico

    Santiago de Querétaro, often called Querétaro, is a vibrant city in central Mexico, situated 200 kilometers north of Mexico City. Often overshadowed by the nearby colonial gem of San Miguel de Allende, Querétaro is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its well-preserved colonial architecture, historic aqueduct, and vibrant culture. As Mexico's second-wealthiest city, it boasts architecturally designed buildings, fine-dining restaurants, and high-end shops. The city's captivating blend of Baroque and Neoclassical structures and a rich history make it an excellent destination for business travelers and tourists alike. There are numerous activities to explore in this bustling and historically significant city.

    How to get from Airport to Querétaro City Center?

    Queretaro International Airport is the best airport to use when visiting Queretaro, Mexico. It is located in Tequisquiapan, Queretaro. Flights to Querétaro arrive daily from major cities such as Houston, Dallas, and Mexico City, with a few additional cities offering flights a few times per week. To reach Querétaro City center from the airport, you have several options. The most convenient is taking a taxi from the airport, which typically takes 30-40 minutes. You also have the choice to use the Uber app, which typically costs around $15. Please note that both Uber and taxi fares tend to increase after 6 pm. Shuttle services and rental cars are also available, offering flexibility and convenience. Additionally, public transportation via Line 4 (EcoBús) is an economical choice, with the journey taking approximately 30-40 minutes.

    Activities in Santiago Queretaro

    Jardin Zenea is an excellent central starting place for exploring everything in historic center of Queretaro. This park is surrounded by churches, restaurants, and walking routes. For its 1400 monuments, 1.28km-long iconic aqueduct, street pattern, and baroque architecture, Queretaro's Centro has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site Monumental Zone. Visit Teatro de la República, renowned for hosting the signing of the Mexican Constitution in 1917, and take a guided tour to delve into its historical significance. Hike to Cerro de las Campanas for panoramic city views and explore the monument commemorating Emperor Maximilian's execution. Dive into the state's history and culture at the Regional Museum of Querétaro, where a diverse collection of artifacts awaits. Additionally, Casa de la Corregidora, with its pivotal role in Mexican history, offers insight into the life of Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, a key figure in the Mexican War of Independence. These activities collectively showcase Querétaro's rich heritage, culture, and architectural splendor, making it a captivating destination in central Mexico.