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3 min. fast check-in
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100 meters from Acropolis Station
150 meters from Acropolis Museum
350 meters from Monastiraki Square
160 meters from Monastiraki Station
500 meters from Syntagma Square
120 meters from National Historical Museum
400 meters from Omonoia Station
600 meters from Athens National Museum
600 meters from Piraeus Train Station
800 meter from Piraeus City Hall
In the Kolonaki district
650 meters from Syntagma Station
70 meters fromPl. Nik. Plastira bus stop
100 meters from Nik. Plastira Square
650 meters from Piraeus (Peiraia Argosaronikos)
240 meters from Municipal Theatre Of Piraeus
In the City Centre
150 meters from Monastiraki Metro Station
180 meters from Panepistimio Station
600 meters from Omonia Train Subway Station
250 meters from Athens Train Station
190 meters from ΣΤ.ΛΑΡΙΣΗΣ Transit Station
400 meters from Piraeus Train Station
110 meters from Pireaus Subway Station
400 meters from Athens Central Market
550 meters from Monastiraki Subway Station
260 meters from Ferry Shuttle Bus Stop
400 meters from Yenanp Bus Station
500 meters from Syntagma Railway Station
450 meters from University Subway Station
170 meters from Jewish Museum of Greece
400 meters from Zappeion
270 meters from Central Municipal Athens Market
230 meters from Omonia Subway Station
In the Kerameikos district
300 meters from Technopolis
350 meters from National Garden
450 meters from Syntagma Train Station
400 meters from Pangrati Grove
250 meters from Goulandris Museum
350 meters from Athens Liceo
700 meters from ΕΥΑΓΓΕΛΙΣΜΟΥ Subway Station
260 meters from Athenian Agora
150 meters from Thissio Subway Station
350 meters from Thissio Station
280 meters from National Observatory of Athens
600 meters from National Archaeological Museum
650 meters from Omonia Subway Station
450 meters from Rizari Park
550 meters from Evangelismos metro station
Close to Lycabettus Hill
320 meters from University Subway Station
450 meters from Filopappou Hill
400 meters from Acropoli Subway Station
450 meters from Filopappou Hill Park
500 meters from St.Kato Petralona Station
In Egaleo District
500 meters from ΣΤ.ΑΙΓΑΛΕΩ Subway Station
300 meters from Syntagma Square
300 meters from Syntagma Station
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the Radical Storage team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform is covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
Online booking and payment are mandatory.
The Radical Storage locations do not accept, in any case, luggage of customers without online booking.
Luggage storage Athens – best options, fixed rate
No one wants to worry about where they store their luggage on a big trip, especially backpackers who carry all their belonging for several months. Athens’ luggage storage options for backpackers can be difficult to track down. This is especially true in a foreign country where it is difficult to navigate due to language barriers.
Luckily for travelers in Greece, there are alternatives to the usual luggage storage options in train stations or airports that charge you way too much.
Radical Storage is your new best friend and the best alternative you’ll find to store your belongings! Radical is a luggage storage network located all over Athens and the world.
Our storage options are located in local businesses like hotels, shops, coffee shops, etc. near public transportation or attractions, making it easier for you to drop off and pick up your bags whenever you want.
Find here your luggage storage in Athens
With plenty of options all over the city, Radical Storage provides you with the best luggage storage service ever.
Click on the left luggage option in Athens that meets your needs and book it in a breeze.
At the end of the procedure, you will receive all the information you need to reach our partner.
Drop off your luggage in a few minutes and return to explore the city hands-free!
- Luggage storage Athens Monastiraki | Open 24/7!
- Luggage storage Athens Train Station
- Luggage storage Athens City Center
- Luggage storage Athens Syntagma
- Left luggage Athens Acropolis
Left luggage Athens price
If you are on holiday in Athens and wish to spend your last day at the beach, Radical Storage can help you make your trip hassle-free. On top of its great locations, Radical Storage offers more than that.
We care about our customers, and we want to make sure they feel safe and forget about their suitcases!
Radical offers a competitive and fixed price of €5 per bag and per day without extra costs. Airports can sometimes lose or damage your bag while being stored.
In contrarily, Radical Storage offers a guarantee to each bag stored with us. This way, you can drop off your bag and explore Athens without any burdens or stress.
Luggage storage Port of Piraeus
Piraeus is one of the most strategic areas of Greece because it connects Athens with other cities in the world and with several Greek islands much loved by tourists.
If you have decided to spend a day in Angistri to enjoy its beautiful beaches, you can leave your luggage with our partners and set off to explore the island!
- Luggage Storage Piraeus Train Station
- Left luggage Port of Piraeus
- Luggage Storage Piraeus | Open 24/7
Things to do in Athens
Athens has a lot to offer for all of its tourists. If you wish to explore the city without being too hot, we suggest you come in October, where the weather is cooler.
But if you love the sea and beaches, then May and June are the best times to avoid excessive heat and overcrowded places.
And if you like historical sites, you won’t be disappointed in Athens!
Acropolis and the ancient ruins
One of the most beloved points of interest in Athens is certainly the Acropolis. A city within a city dating back to the archaic era.
You will find the Parthenon (the upper temple dedicated to the goddess Athena, daughter of Zeus), several other temples, altars, and sacred statues at the Acropolis.
You will also visit the Theatre of Dionysius (you should not miss it), the Sanctuary of Aglauro, and many other monuments.
To get the most of your visit, book a guided tour and spend almost the entire day there.
Enter the Acropolis official website to read the opening hours of each attraction.
This iconic square named after its district, it’s a must-see while discovering the wonders of Athens.
Syntagma Square is located in front of the 19th century Old Royal Palace, which houses the Greek Parliament.
This modern place is considered the heart of commercial activities and politics.
National Archaeological Museum
This attraction is considered one of the greatest museums in the world and contains some of the most renowned artifacts from Greek antiquity.
You can get there by metro and get off to Victoria Pl.2 subway station or bus (A8, 046, 224 622).
The ticket costs €12 (From April to October) and €6 (From November to March). There is also a special package: €15 per three days.
Frequently asked questions about Athens
Here, you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
Is Athens expensive?
Although Greece is not expensive, Athens is not so cheap. A meal in an inexpensive restaurant costs on average €10, while a meal for two people in medium-category restaurant costs around €45.
Do people in Greece speak English?
Athens is an international destination, so English is very widely spoken. Generally, tourists do not report problems of communication with the staff of the accommodation facilities and shops. In Greece, you will also find people who speak French, German, and Italian.
How many days should I spend in Athens?
To visit Athens you will need about 2 or 3 days. The Greek capital is chock-full of monuments, museums, and attractions of all kinds.
Is Greece safe for tourists 2020?
Greece is a very safe country for tourists. Remember to check before you leave if there are any restrictions related to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Is Greece better than Italy?
Italy and Greece are two unique countries, so both should be visited. Sometimes Greece is less crowded than Italy, especially during the high season.
What should I avoid in Greece?
There are some things you should know before you go to Greece: don't think that all stores accept credit cards; don't show too much skin when visiting a place of worship; don't drink or eat on the subway; don't touch the items displayed in museums and archaeological sites; finally, pay close attention when you cross the street.