Luggage Storage Warsaw
Top Luggage Storage Location in Warsaw
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
550 meters from the Central Railway Station
130 meters from Palace of Culture and Science
350 meters from Warszawa Centralna
350 meters from supermarket Złote Tarasy
50 meters from Old Town Market Square
100 meters from Warsaw Barbican
280 meters from Sigismund's Column
350 meters from Warsaw Royal Palace
300 meters from The Royal Castle
130 meters from Mały Powstaniec
350 meters from Roma Musical Theater
500 meters from Central Railway Station
400 meters from Złote Tarasy
70 meters from Roma Musical Theater
800 meters from Srodmiescie Train Station
800 meters from Warszawa Centralna Station
130 meters from Warszawa Śródmieście WKD Station
250 meters from Warszawa Centralna Station
Your fast and safe luggage storage in Warsaw
During a trip, you've often had to find reliable left-luggage facilities. That's because hotels and Airbnbs often don't allow you to enter your room before noon and flights arrive too early in the morning!
In Warsaw, however, you have so much to do and see that worrying about your luggage must be your last thought! Radical has several storage spots in the city, especially near the main transit hubs (Central Station or Old Town).
You can reserve a safe place for your suitcase directly online, by entering the website or through the application.
Save your time and leave your worries behind
When you decide to get rid of your luggage for a while, you would like to find a safe, fast and convenient service. All Radical spots are inside verified public companies that have a very reliable team. We designed this service to allow all travelers to feel better! How pleasant is it to be aware that while you do what you like, your luggage is in safe hands? This and much more is Radical!
A classic or an alternative tour?
Warsaw has a lot to offer and we don't just mean the classic tours, but also the alternative paths! Did you know that you can take cocktails lessons or discover the monuments traveling on the old communist firemen's buses? Surely that's not exactly what you expected from a holiday in Poland, but how nice is it to make life less trivial? You may have read some guides, web pages and forums before going there, however, Radical also wants to give you its advice! In this way, you can spend your hands-free hours to have fun!
The heart of Warsaw
Bizarre tours aside, we recommend you take a stroll through the Old Town. Here you'll find the Rynek Starego Miasta, one of Warsaw's oldest squares that was the centre of city life until the 18th century. The St Martin's Church, with its green roof, is another must-see if you're exploring this area. However, the monument par excellence is the Barbican, a semi-circular defensive building dating back to 1548. Moreover, the Stare Miasto (Polish: Old Town) is also rich in museums!