Luggage Storage Locations Venice
Luggage storage in Venice With Radical Storage
Have you just arrived in Venice by train or by plane? Then you definitely need to find a place for your suitcases. Luckily, there are several reliable Venice luggage storage options!
Radical Storage offers you a useful and comfy solution to free yourself from heavy bags. We have baggage storage spots all over Venice, in shops, offices, and even restaurants. You can use our app or website to check out the Venice map and choose the closest luggage storage near you.
Storing a suitcase (no matter how big or bulky it is) costs only €5 a day!
Also, you won't queue up as check-in lasts a couple of minutes, and pick-up is immediate! Contrary to luggage lockers, with us, you will never have the anxiety of finding your locker blocked! Radical Storage is a network of vetted local companies spread worldwide. Some of our partners are open 24 hours.
If you're a romantic type, you'll find out what it feels like to take a gondola ride without the burden of your bags!
Top-rated luggage storage options in Venice
Every day hundreds of users leave their personal belongings with our partners to enjoy their Venice walking tour to the fullest!
Radical Storage has over 20 luggage storage locations in strategic places. For example, if you arrive by train from Florence to Venice, you can easily find a storage facility near Venice train station. If you take a Venice Vaporetto (water bus), you can drop off your bags near Venice port. Otherwise, you can find a few luggage storage options near Piazzale Roma if you come by car or bus.
While crossing Venice canals, visiting Venice museums and strolling around its narrow streets and bridges, there are several places to store your bags near San Marco, Rialto Bridge and Cannaregio, one of the six historic sestieri of Venice.
How to get around Venice
It may sound strange, but Venice has actually well-developed public transportation system that includes buses, water buses (vaporetti), and water taxis. The water buses are particularly unique to Venice and are a popular mode of transportation for both locals and tourists.
Here is some information about the different types of public transportation in Venice:
Vaporetti are the most common and affordable way of getting around Venice. They operate regularly and connect to different parts of the city and surrounding islands. You can purchase tickets at the ACTV ticket booths, vending machines, or on board.
Water Taxis are more expensive than water buses but offer a more customizable and comfortable experience. You can find them at water taxi stands or by calling a taxi company.
Buses connect the mainland part of Venice to other parts of Italy. Several bus companies operate in Venice, including ATVO, which provides service from Marco Polo airport to Piazzale Roma.
Trains connect Venice to major cities in Italy. The main train station in Venice is Santa Lucia, located on the Grand Canal. Venice Meste train station is where most long-distance and international trains stop.
Please note that many parts of Venice are only accessible by foot or water. So be prepared to do Venice free walking tour without the hassle of your luggage.
Things to do in Venice
Venice never loses the ability to enchant people and give them unforgettable moments. Whatever your passion is, this city will have something to offer you.
If you love photography, breathtaking views and beautiful people are just waiting for your eyes and your camera. If you are an artist and love to draw live, you will surely be impressed by the architecture of the city.
In short, Venice inspired artists from all over the world and, although overcrowded, it still retains its delicate appearance. Museums and modern art galleries are spread throughout the city, along with old buildings and beautiful churches. There are also many boutiques. Not to mention the restaurants, they are simply excellent!
Here are the must-do activities in Venice, Italy:
Take a Gondola Ride
With over 150 canals, taking a gondola ride is a memorable way to experience Venice from a different perspective and hear fascinating stories from your gondolier.
Visit St. Mark's Basilica
This famous church, located in iconic St. Mark's Square, has an ornate interior with detailed mosaics and a mix of Byzantine, Gothic, and Renaissance architecture.
Take a Day Trip to Murano or Burano
These two small islands near Venice are known for their glassmaking and lace-making traditions. They offer a chance to see a different side of Venice and its surrounding islands.
Top locations in Venice
Luggage storage Venezia Santa Lucia Station
6 minutes from Ghetto Ebraico
Luggage storage Piazzale Roma
8 minutes from Venezia Santa Lucia Train Station
Luggage Storage St Lucia
4 minutes from the Scalzi bridge
Luggage Storage San Marco
2 minutes from Basilica Di San Marco
Luggage storage Mestre Train Station
8 minutes from Church of Saint Mary Immaculate of Lourdes
Luggage storage Rialto
1 minute from Campo San Salvador
Luggage Storage Ghetto Ebraico
1 minute from Lustraferi Bridge
Luggage storage Sestiere San Polo
1 minute from Palazzo Soranzo
Luggage storage Campo S. Agostin
4 minutes from Basilica S.Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
Luggage storage near St Mark's Square
4 minutes from St. Mark's Square
Luggage storage Campo San Polo
5 minutes from Basilica S.Maria Gloriosa dei Frari
Luggage storage Giardini Papadopoli
3 minutes from Piazzale Roma
Luggage storage Murano Da Mula
6 minutes from Glass Museum (Murano)
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