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Book now your luggage storage in Aosta
If you are looking for an easy, fast and convenient solution for your luggage, Radical Storage is the answer. You can find us in several Italian cities (from now on in Aosta, too) and also all over the world.
Our partners are professional local businesses, carefully checked by our team. We're located at restaurants, hotels, shops, and offices that have joined our network. We call our partners "Angels" because they'll pamper you from the first to the last moment, storing your luggage in a safe place and offering you other useful services.
How much does it cost?
Surely, when you think about luggage storage prices, you think about an hourly rate, but we have incredible news for you! Radical Storage has a fixed pricethat doesn't include additional charges or weight/size limits. For €5 per day, you can get rid of your suitcases and continue exploring the beautiful Aosta without backpacks on your back or trolley cases to drag. Thanks to Radical, you can enter museums hands-free or sit in a restaurant without luggage by your side. The era of heavy luggage is just over!
Discover Aosta’s wonders
Situated in the heart of the Gran Paradiso National Park, Aosta is a paradise for skiers. The capital of the Aosta Valley, moreover, is also perfect for a day trip out, because it's jam-packed with history, culture and good food.
In the city, you'll also see several signs of the passage of the Romans, such as the Arch of Augustus, Porta Pretoria and the Roman Theatre.
Another must-see sight is the Cathedral, an ancient building with two magnificent Romanesque style bell towers.
Before leaving Aosta, make sure you have visited the Roman Theatre. This ancient building designed at the end of Augustus' time is one of the most popular attractions in the city.
Currently, the only visible facade is 22 meters high and is featured by buttresses, arches and hemicycle steps (cavea).
As soon as it was built, the theatre could hold from three thousand to four thousand spectators and had a fixed roof.