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Area Train Station

6 minutes from Sapri Train Station
6 minutes from Torre della Specola

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REACH OUR LUGGAGE STORAGE IN SAPRI

 

In this beautiful Italian city and all over the world, Radical offers users a network of luggage storage situated within verified local businesses. Reach our partners (called Angels) and leave your heavy suitcases. You can find a Radical in all the most important areas of the world's cities, so just look for the nearest Radical point by checking the app or this website.

 

COMFORT AND SAFETY

 

Radical offers a unique luggage storage service that guarantees efficiency and safety for your baggage belongings. Within a few clicks, you can reserve a clean and supervised place where you can leave your suitcases and go back to enjoy your holiday. Avoid the lines in traditional baggage depots in stations and airports, for just € 5 a day you can lighten your back and be happy again.

 

SAPRI’S HISTORY



The city of Sapri has very ancient origins and is considered the heart of the Gulf of Policastro. In Roman times the bay and its hinterland were held in high regard. Sapri is  known for Carlo Pisacane's tragic expedition of June 28, 1857,  organized in Genoa by himself, was intended, in to foster the outbreak in Naples and Salerno, followed by Sicily, of the anti-Bourbon revolution as part of the struggle for Italian unity.

 

Sapri is the most populous town in the Gulf of Policastro, it is the last inhabited center in the Campania region before entering the Basilicata region. You can easily visit all of Sapri in just one day, what are you waiting for?

 

WHAT TO SEE IN SAPRI

 

The first place you should stop and visit is the Meteorological Astronomical Observatory built just under 100 years ago, in 1927 and 15 meters high located at the entrance to the city.

Sapri has two beautiful churches, San Giovanni Battista and the Madre dell’Immacolata Concezione Church in Piazza Plebiscito. Then stop at Sapri’s port, it’s a touristic port where you can book fun excursions by boat and go for a relaxing swim in the sea.