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€ 3000 Guarantee
7 minutes from Fano Train Station
4 minutes from Fano Historical Center
All locations are safe and guaranteed and all luggage left through the platform can be covered by the Radical Storage warranty.
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Are you looking for safe and reliable luggage storage in Fano? You have just found it, and it's Radical! Radical will become the faithful companion of your travels because it allows you to get rid of your bags at any time of the day and wherever you are. Our service is unique! You will not find us at traditional left luggage (such as those at the station or airport) but local companies such as bars, shops, and restaurants. Every local business is a potential Radical, but only the best ones can join our network.
BAGNB is a secure (our team selects only professional partners) and convenient service. You will have to pay a symbolic sum to leave an item in our luggage storage places. What does this mean? We do not apply hourly prices as at ordinary services, but we have a convenient daily rate. For only €5 per day, you can get rid of your belongings and enjoy your free time. For more information, write to us via chat.
The most famous Carnival
Although not very well known, Fano is a real gem in the heart of the Marche region. It is located 11 kilometers south of Urbino and just over 50 kilometers from Ancona. It can be reached either by car or by regional and intercity trains. Fano is renowned for its Carnival that is considered to be one of the oldest in Italy. It is also a popular tourist destination in summer, because of its beautiful beaches and numerous events organized by the municipality.
Things to see in Fano
If you have decided to enjoy a trip to the city, we want to show you three places of interest that are worth a visit. 1) The Arch of Augustus - the gateway to the city in Roman times. Emperor Augustus in 9 AD commissioned it. 2) The former church of St. Francis, a masterpiece of late Gothic sculpture that will leave you speechless. 3) The Archaeological Museum and Art Gallery of Malatestiano Palace, a museum that houses masterpieces of Italian art.