Luggage Storage Murcia
Top Luggage Storage Location in Murcia
Online reservation mandatory
€ 3000 Guarantee
450 meters from Plaza Circular
700 meters from Museo Arqueológico de Murcia (MAM)
Right in front of the Murcia’s Bullring
2 minutes from Estadio BeSoccer (La Condomina)
Book now your luggage storage in Murcia
Are you traveling to Murcia want to start exploring the city hassle-free? We thought so! That's why we recommend you to use our luggage storage service. Radical Storage is probably the best way to store your items while you are in another city. We have been serving travellers for quite a while now and have always kept their luggage safe at high standards.
We offer a wide variety of storage options all over Murcia and worldwide.
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Our mission is to save your precious time in the best way possible. Thanks to our online booking tools you can search for a storage facility near your current location, book it in few simple steps and pay instantly via PayPal or credit card. You will also be able to contact both the facility staff and our customer support team 24/7 in case of any issues.
Storing your luggage with us is so affordable! Our daily price is only €5 per item!
Murcia is a charming city and regional capital of southern Spain. It's a major tourist destination due to its great weather, friendly people, and delicious Spanish food around every corner of the city. The University of Murcia is one of the most important universities in Spain due to its good reputation and abundant historic and cultural heritage. Thanks to many students, the city is is lively offers a wide range of leisure and entertainment possibilities.
Things to do in Murcia
Murcia is a vibrant, innovative city which offers tourists many attractions. But it’s not just the location on Murcia Bay and the beaches that attract visitors; it’s the city itself and its Spanish vibe!
Plaza Cardinal Belluga is the architectural hub of the city. Here you will find the sumptuous cathedral, in Gothic and Baroque style, and the episcopal palace from the 18th century.