Book now your luggage storage in Venice with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
280 meters from Venice Santa Lucia Station
650 meters from Papadopoli Gardens
280 meters from Venice Santa Lucia Station
200 meters from the Scalzi bridge
210 meters from Piazza San Marco
170 meters from Basilica Di San Marco
600 meters from Ferry Terminal P.le Roma (S.Andrea) "B"
500 meters from Liberta' Santa Chiara/Bus Stop
In Castello District
140 meters from Venice Arsenal of Biennale
Well-connected to Marco Polo Venice Airport
110 meters from Airport Pharmacy
In the Cannaregio District
350 meters from Campo della Maddalena
Right by Piazzale Roma
230 meters from Venice Santa Lucia Station
130 meters from St Mark's Basilica
210 meters from Ducal Palace
Radical Storage is a local experience
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!
Safe and guaranteed
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, the luggage of customers without online booking.
LUGGAGE STORAGE VENICE – ENJOY YOUR GONDOLA RIDE WITHOUT BAGS
If you have arrived in Venice by train or plane, you'll certainly need a luggage storage service during your stay in the city.
Venice cannot be visited by private cars or by "usual" taxis (at most, you can take one of the typical motorboats used as a taxi or a "Vaporetto").
If you feel exhausted because you have walked a lot, in Venice, you won't find any bus stop, but once again, you'll have to find the nearest Vaporetto stop or continue on foot.
For all these reasons, you should leave your heavy backpacks or suitcases in a safe location before you venture into town.
You can use a luggage storage place in Venice when...
...your Airbnb doesn't allow you to leave your luggage after check-out and before check-in when your room is not yet ready.
You can use luggage storage even if you have to attend an event, and you don't want to carry a heavy backpack or if you want to ride carefree through the city and want to store your bike case somewhere.
The luggage storage service in Venice is versatile; therefore, you only have to follow your needs.
Store your luggage in Venice with Radical Storage
Radical Storage offers you a useful and comfortable solution to free yourself from all your burdens.
We have luggage storage spots all over Venice, in shops, offices, and even restaurants.
Luggage Storage Venice: the most popular locations
Here is a list of the best luggage storage options in Venice:
- Luggage Storage Venice Train Station
- San Marco Left Luggage
- Luggage Storage Venice Port
- Biennale Luggage Storage
- Cannaregio Luggage Storage
Luggage Storage Venice | Rate
As you have just seen, Radical Storage offers luggage storage not far from ferry terminals, a few steps from Venice Santa Lucia, or near Piazza San Marco.
The service, contrary to what you might think, is comfortable and has a competitive price.
Storing a suitcase (no matter how big or bulky it is) costs only €5 a day! No extra costs, no size or weight limits.
Moreover, you won't need to queue up, as check-in lasts a couple of minutes!
Radical Storage is a network of verified secure facilities spread all over the world. Every day hundreds of users leave their belongings with our partners to enjoy their trip to the fullest!
How to book left luggage in Venice
Booking a Radical Storage spot is a breeze, you can use the app or find your favorite Angel (the name we give our partners) on our website.
All our Angels are safe and reliable. They take care of your belongings from the first to the last moment, so you only dedicate yourself to the activities you like. And if you're a romantic, you'll find out what it feels like to take a gondola ride without backpacks or heavy bags!
Curiosities from the Lagoon
Things to see in Venice | Curiosities from the Lagoon
When you think of Venice, maybe you think of the Lagoon, the museums, the lions of St. Mark's Square, or Biennale. Venice, however, is much more than this.
Everyone knows that this city is unique, but perhaps a few of them know that it's full of secret gardens.
Yes, between one street and another (Venice's street are called "calli"), you'll find cute green corners, with sculptures, well-kept meadows, and centenarian trees.
Places to see in Venice | Gardens
Undoubtedly, the most famous gardens in Venice are Biennale's Gardens, an isolated park, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Another garden not to be missed is the Marinaressa's Garden (Giardino Della Marinaressa), a green space full of statues, ideal for those who love to take pictures.
Worth a short visit are the Papadopoli Gardens, located just a few steps from Venice Santa Lucia Station.
Also close to the Station, you'll find the Savorgnan Gardens, an old park in the Cannaregio district.
Among other parks, we suggest: Royal Gardens, Ca' Rezzonico Gardens, Groggia Gardens, and The Secret Garden of Ca' Nigra.
Attractions for kids
You can't leave the Lagoon without trying a spritz or taking your kids to see the dinosaur! What? Is there a dinosaur in Venice? Yes, and to see it, go to Palazzo del Fondaco dei Turchi, where the Natural History Museum is located.
Another activity that children might really enjoy is to tour the Grand Canal on a Vaporetto.
Tickets to get on a Vaporetto are not expensive, so that you can take the whole family there.
On a Vaporetto, you can admire all the most beautiful palaces and houses in the city, the boats on the canal, and the islands.
Venice is a dream
Venice never loses the ability to enchant people and give them unforgettable moments.
Whatever your passion, this city will have something to offer you.
If you love photography, breathtaking views and beautiful people are just waiting for your camera.
If you are an artist and love to draw live, you will surely be impressed by the architecture of the city.
In short, Venice inspired artists from all over the world and, although overcrowded, it still retains its delicate appearance. Museums and modern art galleries are spread throughout the city, along with old buildings and beautiful churches.
There are also many boutiques. Not to mention the restaurants, they are simply excellent!
FAQ about Venice
How many days should be spent in Venice?
Visiting Venice takes about 4 days (islands included). If you don't want to see the islands, 2/3 days are enough.
Is it OK to drink tap water in Venice?
Not only it's drinkable, but it's also considered one of the best waters in Italy. Is Venice English friendly?
Usually, in hotels and restaurants, you'll find people who speak English. The primary language is Italian. You can also find people who speak Venetian dialects (but not with tourists!).
What is the best month to go to Venice?
From September to November, the city empties, therefore, it's pleasant to visit. Moreover, in these months, the temperatures are not very high.
Is Venice expensive?
It depends on the restaurants you choose. On average, the cost of lunch (about €20) is lower than the price of dinner (about €35).
Is Venice safe at night?
The city is among the safest in the world. At most, you can find drunk people.