Book now your luggage storage in Wroclaw with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
£ 2000 insurance by AXA included
170 meters from Arkady (Capitol)
85 meters from Monument to the Anonymous Passerby
130 meters from Train Station (Dworzec Główny)
400 meters from Slimak Art Gallery
500 meters from Market square
300 meters from Dzielnica Czterech Świątyń (The Four Temples District)
450m from Town hall
450m from Archaeological Museum
220 meters from Wroclaw Main Station
350 meters from Monument to the Anonymous Passerby
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.
A useful service in Wroclaw
If the idea of lugging your suitcase around bother you, it’s the time to try our luggage storage in Wroclaw. Maybe you just checked out of your Airbnb or your hostel and now you have to wait before leaving. Radical can be very helpful if you need a little more time to explore the area where your hotel is located. Even if you are on a business trip you can take advantage of this unbelievable service before going back to the main station or to the airport.
Enjoy your free time
It would be a pity if you have to wait in the airport for hours without having the opportunity to spend your last hours enjoying a side of the city you haven’t seen yet. Booking a luggage storage with us is a piece of cake! You can do it by using the form on this website or you can download our app. Radical is quick, useful and reliable.
Since its foundation this city has changed five names. It was ruled by four different countries and suffered from the Nazi oppression. From 1175 Wroclaw was known as Wrezlaw, Prezla, and Breslaw. Before 1954 its name was Breslau (that is the name in which Germans call the city).
Even if Wroclaw was almost totally destroyed during World War II, it remains a very interesting city. The medieval market square is one of the most beautiful sides of the city center. Here you can visit the Gothic Old Town Hall or try delicious restaurants and cafes. on the Świdnicka street, you can also admire the Monument of an Anonymous Passer-by.