Luggage Storage Glasgow
Top Luggage Storage Location in Glasgow
Online reservation mandatory
3000 £ Guarantee
67 meters from Glasgow Central Station
320 meters from St Enoch SPT Subway Station
96 meters from Glasgow Central Station
320 meters from Glasgow City Mural Trail The Gallery
320 meters from Exhibition Centre Station
In the Merchant City District
160 meters from Argyle Street Train Station
100 meters from Bridgeton Train Station
360 meters from Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
On Sauchiehall St
140 meters from King’s Theatre
How to visit a new city luggage-free
If you've ever booked a flight late in the evening, you know how annoying it is to drag a cumbersome suitcase from the morning until you arrive at the boarding gate late in the evening. Thanks to Radical you can avoid such problems! We offer you a wide range of luggage storage locations all over Glasgow! Radical is near Glasgow Central, Queen Street, and in the City Centre (open 24/7).
Reach your luggage storage in Glasgow
Booking a place for your heavy bag is easy. You can reserve it online directly. Choose the spot you would like to use and book it in no time! Drop your bags off at the selected time, pay £5 per bag and feel free to walk through the city lightheartedly! Our flat rate is valid until the end of the current day. Make the most of every day in Scotland, carpe diem!
Why is Glasgow worth a visit?
Glasgow is a Scottish city situated on Clyde that has a lot of museums, art galliers, and festivals. The most of Glasgow's museums are free to visit! Glasgow's name in Gaelic means green place or green valley. The city, in fact, is very green as it has over seventy parks. And if you love beers, Glasgow is the perfect place for you! For example, Tennent's was born right here! You should plan a quick visit to the historical wellpark brewery!
3 facts you didn't know about Glasgow
1 Many glaswegians are not born there - According to recent data, more than12% of the population of Glasgow was born outside the UK.
2 Tikka masala - Glasgow has won 4 times the title of "Curry Capital of Britain" and tikka masala was invented right here.
3 The real stone of destiny - The Stone of Scone is in a Glasgow's bar ... can you believe it?