Book now your luggage storage in Dublin with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Free digital guided tour
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
Free digital guided tour
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
140 meters from Connolly Raiway Station
110 meters from Eileen McLoughlin Park
400 meters from National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland
600 meters from Parnell Monument
350 meters from Dublin Castle
150 meters from Dublinia
600 meters from Dublin Castle
300 meters from Dublinia
150 meters from The Little Museum of Dublin
250 meters from Fusilier's Arch
150 meters from St. Patricks Cathedral
200 meters from St. Patrick’s Park
500 meters from the entrance of Pearse Station
650 meters from Trinity College Zoological Museum
In the Portobello neighborhood
240 meters from The Kodak Building
550 meters from Heuston Station
350 meters from the Guinness Storehouse
In the Temple Bar Neighborhood
160 meters from Millenium Bridge
60 meters from James Joyce Bridge
140 meters from Liam Mellows Bridge
In the Temple Bar neighborhood
180 meters from Molly Malone Statue
240 meters from Busáras Central Station
150 meters from The Custom House
200 meters from O' Connell Bridge
190 meters from O' Connell Monument
240 meters from Busáras Central Station
350 meters from Connolly Station
20 meters from Capel St
200 meters from National Leprechaun Museum
400 meters from Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
550 meters from St Stephen's Green
210 meters from Australian Embassy Ireland
260 meters from Count John McCormack Statue
110 meters from St. Patrick’s Park
450 meters from St Patrick's Cathedral
400 meters from Molly Malone Statue
600 meters from Irish Whiskey Museum
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 Dublin | Try the best option
Whether you are in Dublin for work or leisure, there are times when you won’t be happy to lug your bags all over the city. To make your trip easier, there’s a luggage storage service with partners scattered all over the Irish capital. Its name is Radical Storage, a company that has stored over 2 million bags around the world.
We’ll watch over your suitcases as long as you need them, so you can finish exploring Dublin.
How can I find luggage storage near me?
Radical Storage has a straightforward system that allows you to reach a storage spot in a breeze. Just visit the website or download the app to find the solution you like best.
Let us suggest you the most popular luggage storage places in Dublin. We selected the ones that our clients loved the most.
- Luggage storage Busaras
- Left luggage Dublin Connolly Railway Station
- Luggage storage 3Arena
- Left luggage Dublin Castle
- Luggage storage Stephen's Green
- Busaras left luggage
- Luggage storage Dublin Train Station
- Luggage storage Dublin Temple Bar
We employ a system similar to Airbnb, that’s why you won’t find the full address of the storage point.
At the end of the reservation process, you’ll see on your screen all the details to reach your Angel.
What’s an Angel? It can be the owner of a cafe, who will set your bags in a safe place and prepare for you a hot drink; it can be the receptionist of a hotel, who will safely store your bags and give you useful information about the city’s best attractions; and it can also be the owner of an e-scooter rental, who will keep your bags safe while you explore the city on two wheels!
Some of our Angels are open 24 hours or have extended opening hours. This way you can leave your luggage at our left luggage facilities and don't think about it anymore.
Luggage storage Dublin | How much does it cost?
Radical Storage has a competitive rate! To leave a piece of luggage, you only have to pay €5 per day!
No, there aren’t additional fees (e.g., if your bag is too heavy, we won’t charge more!).
This is a great advantage compared to all the other services (like Excess Baggage Company) that have much higher rates.
How to use the service
Enter the website or open the app. Enable geolocation and find the nearest storage point. Click on Book Now, pay, and get all the information to reach your Angel.
Show your QR code at the check-in desk and drop off your bags in a few minutes.
If you have any doubts, consult our FAQ page. Here you’ll find all the information you need about how to book the service, refund policy and so on.
Left luggage Dublin | 5 reasons why you should trust us
- 1. Millions of travelers have been using our highly specialized services.
- 2. More than 80% of our users are very satisfied with the experience.
- 3. Every piece of luggage stored is covered by a security guarantee.
- 4. We choose our partners with the utmost care and monitor their mission over time.
- 5. Our network boasts luggage storage locations all over Dublin and the world.
Left luggage Ireland Dublin Airport
Getting to the City Center from Dublin Airport is very easy! If you want to get more information about the route, you can read our guide.
If you need a luggage storage facility at Dublin Airport, there isn't much choice. You’ll find a service with very high costs in the airport and is often overloaded (or closed due to the COVID-19 emergency), so we don't recommend it.
Our storage facilities are located in strategic areas and will allow you to catch buses to the airport. For example, you can drop off your bags at our locations near Busaras or Connolly and be on your way to Lower Abbey St. in minutes.
Contrary to storage lockers, our booking procedures are entirely contactless for your safety.
We don't put a security seal on your luggage so that no one will touch it. All you need is the QR code you receive to access bag storage.
Actually cool things to do in Dublin
Once you find your luggage storage in Dublin, you're ready to explore the city hands-free. To facilitate your tours, we have collected interesting information about the most beautiful monuments in the city.
Believe it or not, many people claim that several of Dublin's buildings are infested with ghosts. Sure, that makes it a chilling city, but it's also very captivating! Have you ever read any of James Joyce's novels?
In Dublin, pubs, bridges, and castles are the three distinguishing elements.
Among the most important attractions: Connell Street, The Trinity College, and the Castle. Reach the tourist office for further information.
In addition to touring the city centre, we also recommend a trip to the outskirts and the campaigns. These places will let you soak yourself in the typical Irish atmosphere.
Enjoy a fresh Guinness or the best attractions
If you want to make the most of your trip to Dublin, we suggest you enter one of the local pubs! Contrary to English pubs, Irish pubs are characterized by a friendly atmosphere and traditional music.
Alternatively, you can visit the Guinness Museum (The Guinness Storehouse), where you can learn all the secrets of this world-famous brand. Okay, we know that many people don’t like to drink beers, that's why we want to give you some alcohol-free tips!
St. Patrick's Cathedral
Before leaving the city, don't forget to visit the beautiful St Patrick's Cathedral, a building dating back to 1220, where you can admire beautiful stained glass windows of the nineteenth century and the stunning Lady Chapel.
You can enter the church for free, and if you wish, you can purchase a tour that lasts about 50 minutes. St. Patrick's Church is not the oldest building in Ireland. If your mission is to visit the nation's oldest church, then you must go to St Audoen's Church located south of the River Liffey at Cornmarket.
The amazing Dublin Castle
But if you don't like churches, then the Castle is the place for you! This beautiful manor located on the southern shore of the Lifley river is the most popular tourist attraction in the city.
Tickets cost €12 (visit the official Castle website for any price changes) and include a 1-hour guided tour. The self-guided tour has a lower cost.
5 interesting facts about Dublin
1. It’s very expensive
Unfortunately, yes, Dublin is considered the most expensive city in the whole Euro area. So, be prepared to spend a lot on food and alcoholic beverages. For more information, you can visit the Dublin Visitor Centre.
2. It’s called the Fair City
This name comes from the opening line of a traditional song entitled “Molly Malone": In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone (…).
3. Almost all Dubliners speak Gaelic
If you thought English was the only official language in Dublin, you were wrong. Gaelic, an indigenous idiom, is the second most spoken language. So much, so that street signs are in both English and Gaelic.
4. Dublin was founded by the Vikings
What is now the capital of Ireland was once a city founded by Vikings Vikings who settled there in the 9th century. It's thanks to the Vikings that its fame and commercial importance grew, making it the most important city in the country.
5. Dublin means Black Pool
The name Dublin comes from the Old Gaelic word "Dubh Linn" which means black pool. It was an area that was used by the Vikings to moor their ships.