Book now your luggage storage in Kraków with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
650 meters from the bus station
850 meters from the train station
210 meters from Jewish Square
270 meters from Museum of Urban Engineering
110 meters from Town Hall Tower
230 meters from Historical Museum of Krakow
350 meters from Wawel Royal Castle
100 meters from The Old Jewish Quarter
90 meters from Planty Park
220 meters from Main Square
160 meters from Rynek Glowny Grand Square
280 meters from St. Mary's Basilica
In the City Center
230 meters from Franciscan monastery and basilica Francis of Assisi
250 meters from Sinagoga Tempel
400 meters from Jewish Square
Store your luggage safely in Krakow
When you have just a few hours before your flight home and have not yet visited the Cloth Hall, you need a safe place to store your luggage. You don't want to take them with you, do you? What if you arrive in Krakow by train early in the morning and your room is not ready yet? Again, you need a luggage storage location! Don't worry, we have what you need! Our luggage storage near Krakow Train and Bus Station can look after your bags while you enjoy the city! As you will see, booking a Radical spot will be surprisingly easy and convenient!
What is a Radical Angel?
Radical calls all its partners Angels. They are local companies situated near the most famous points of interest, such as the Angel in the City Center. You can book it by entering our website or downloading our app. How much does it cost? It's only 20zł per bag with no restrictions or additional fees.
A very old city
The first evidence of the existence of Krakow dates back to the 17th century, but this does not exclude that its foundation may even be older. Ancient Krakow was a large Bohemian commercial hub that was unfortunately destroyed during the Tatarean invasions. At the beginning of the XVII century, it also lost the title of the capital city of Poland and faced a period of great decline.
Nowadays, the Old Town shows different architectural styles (Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque) and hosts the largest medieval square in Europe: Market Square. Moreover, in the Old Town, you will find Saint Mary's Basilica (Polish: Kościół Mariacki) and the majestic Cathedral of Wavel.
Even if you're not a Steven Spielberg fan, We are sure you have watched Schindler's List at least once. Well, the idea for the film was born after Spielberg read the book by the Australian writer Thomas Keneally that tells the story of a factory at 4 Lipowa Street. Oskar Schindler, the founder of this factory, managed to save more than 1000 Jews from deportation. Nowadays, in the same building, there is a very famous museum!