Luggage Storage Sofia
Top Luggage Storage Location in Sofia
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
700 meters from Sofia Central Station
200 meters from Lion's Bridge Station
In the city center
600 meters from National Theater of Ivan Vazov
10 meters from Serdika Metro Station
600 meters from Regional Historical Museum
350 meters from Konstantin Velichkov station
800 meters from Park Holy Trinity
100 meters from Lion’s Bridge Station
80 meters from Lion Bridge
In the City Centre
450 meters from Serdika II Station
150 meters from Serdika Station
600 meters from National Art Gallery
130 meters from St. Nikolay Sofiyski
400 meters from Mall Of Sofia
700 meters from National Palace of Culture
550 meters from Spirka „NDK Tunnel
450 meters from Doctors' Garden
550 meters from House with the Strawberries
Your luggage storage in Sofia
Dear reader, thank you for visiting our website! If you have reached Radical, maybe it's because you need luggage storage in Sofia, Bulgaria. We are in the City Center and close to the Serdika Subway main entrance. Our service is useful, comfortable and, above all, quick. When you think about left-luggage offices at stations or airports, you image long queues, broken lockers or places without cameras. Nowadays, you can take advantage of safe storage within local companies.
How to use Radical
Radical allows you to leave your bags at local businesses, such as supermarkets, bars, hotels or ice cream parlors. These partners have turned unused spaces or rooms within their premises into storage. Radical has a fixed price: €5 per day, per piece of luggage. This means that you don't have to worry about being late or standing in line for more than one hour. Therefore, you don't have to stress yourself. You'll spend your free time in a better way thanks to Radical!
Things to do in Sofia
If you don’t know what to do on a short break to Sofia, keep on reading this post!
Over more than two millennia, Bulgaria's capital city has been the home of several populations. Thracian, Roman, Ottoman, and Russian have left their mark on its architecture and traditions. We're sure that at least once on TV you've seen the St. Alexander Nevsky Patriarchal Cathedral, the main landmark in the city. It's an impressive building dates back to the beginning of the XX century.
Another popular attraction is the Saint Nikolas Russian Church (in Bulgarian Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai), an astonishing place of worship with 5 golden domes.
- Church of Saint George- Considered the oldest church in the city. It's named after St. George the Martyr.
- Take a Communist Car Tour - you can explore Sofia on a vintage Soviet vehicle.
- Rakia tasting - Try rakia, a strong alcoholic drink popular in the Balkans!