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550 meters from Milano Centrale Railway Station
400 meters from Lima Metro Station
500 meters from Milano Cadorna Railway Station
450 meters from Castello Sforzesco
In the heart of Milan
100 meters from Cathedral Square (Piazza Duomo)
20 meters from Lanza Station
250 meters from Sforza's Castel
450 meters from Railway Station Milano Centrale (Entrance Piazza Quattro Novembre)
400 meters Bus stop Airport (Malpensa Shuttle)
110 meters from Metro Lima
600 meters from Porta Venezia train station
290 meters from Corso Buenos Aires
300 meters from Metro Lima
300 meters from Corso Porta Vittoria
600 meters from San Babila Basilica
200 meters from Porta Nuova
550 meters from Eataly Milano Smeraldo
400 meters from P.TA Genova FS Station
600 meters from Naviglio Pavese
450 meters from Turati Station
350 meters from Pinacoteca di Brera
210 meters from Palazzo Stampa Soncino
500 meters from Palazzo Borromeo
500 meters from Naviglio Pavese
500 meters from Arco Di Porta Ticinese
400 meters from Il Museo Storico dei Vigili del Fuoco di Milano
650 meters from Oratorio Santa Maria di Lourdes
800 meters from Porta Garibaldi Station
400 meters from Monumentale Metro Station
In the Porta Ticinese district
350 meters from Missori Station
In the Carrobbio district
500 meters from the Columns of St. Lawrence
500 meters from Malpensa Shuttle Bus Stop
600 meters from Sondrio Metro Station
180 meters from Caiazzo Station
400 meters from Corso Buenos Aires
20 meters from Sondrio Station
700 meters from Central Railway Station
600 meters from Lotto Fieramilanocity Station
350 meters from Chiesa Sant'Anna
69 meters from Porta Genova Railway Station
100 meters from P.TA Genova FS (Subway)
100 meters from Domodossola FN Station
130 meters from Milano Domodossola Raiway Station
140 meters from Cadorna FN (Subway Station)
250 meters from Cadorna Railway Station
In the Niguarda District
700 meters from Bicocca Subway Station
160 meters from Nina Lumer Gallery
200 meters from Teatro della Contraddizione
250 meters from Viale Lunigiana
650 meters from Carbonari Square
110 meters from Lambrate FS Train Station
120 meters from Lambrate FS Metro Station
100 meters from Central Station
500 meters from Repubblica Station
LUGGAGE STORAGE IN MILAN
If you are looking for an affordable, fast and convenient solution to store your luggage in Milan, we have what you need!
Our luggage storage network in Milan, allows you to get rid of suitcases, backpacks, trolley, and bike cases with very few clicks.
Does the idea of dragging that suitcase across town stress you out? Would you like to visit a museum in the hours between now and departure, but you don't know how to get rid of that backpack? Don't panic! In these cases, you only need to remember the name Radical Storage.
Thanks to Radical Storage, you can find a luggage storage option throughout the city.
Luggage Storage Milan | Price
Radical Storage costs little: only €5 per day/piece of luggage.
No, you didn't read it wrong, the price is just €5 without any additional fees or limits. What does it mean?
It means that you can store your luggage in Milan with our partners at a fixed rate and you won't have to pay more if your suitcase is a bit heavier or bulkier than usual.
You can use our service, therefore, also as long term luggage storage in Milan.
How it works
Do you need luggage storage in Milan Centrale or near Duomo? All you need to do is take your smartphone, connect to the Radical Storage website, and look for the right location.
Alternatively, you can download the dedicated app (available for iOS and Android).
By clicking on "geolocalize me", our system will automatically tell you which are the nearest luggage storage points to your location. You can also enter an address manually to find out which points are nearby.
Where can I store luggage in Milan?
Radical Storage is all over the world and in every district of Milan.
You can choose the storage point that suits you directly from the list below.
- Luggage Storage Milan Centrale | Open 24/7!
- Luggage Storage near Duomo Milan | Open every day till 22:00;
- Luggage Storage Milan Centrale Railway Station
- Luggage Storage Milan City Centre
Is Radical Storage safe?
Yes, Radical Storage is a very reliable service, as it collaborates with local companies, such as hotels, shops, cafes, restaurants, and bike rental.
All our partners are called Angels because of their reliable and welcoming nature.
Radical Storage's Angels take care of your belongings for as long as you want, while you do what interests you most, such as having lunch in a restaurant or visiting one of the many exhibitions in Milan.
You can use Radical even if you are in the city during a business trip and you want to sightsee just before taking the train or plane back.
Instead of using the expensive luggage storage at Milan airport, you can take advantage of our points near the stations so you can move around comfortably.
- Luggage Storage Milan Lambrate
- Left luggage Milan Porta Garibaldi
- Luggage Storage Sondrio Station
- Left Luggage Milan Porta Genova
- Luggage Storage Milan Cadorna
Do you want to know what our customers think about us? Just check the reviews on the page of your chosen storage place or access the Trustpilot website.
Things to do in Milan
Many websites tell you what to do in Milan in a few hours, in 3 days, in one day, or even in half a day. But, we think that visitors should plan a tour by themselves, choosing the places of interest closer to their interests.
Milan — like many other Italian cities, is rich in culture, arts, and architecture. Not to mention the cuisine! Have you ever heard something about the delicious Risotto Allo Zafferano? If you have never tried it, you don't know what you are missing!
Brera Art Gallery
If you love art, you can't leave Milan without visiting the Brera Art Gallery, among the most beautiful museums in Italy.
Its collection of paintings will leave you speechless because it contains masterpieces of Italian and international art, from Mantegna to Caravaggio and from Piero Della Francesca to Jan de Beer.
The museum is located in Via Brera, not far from Lanza and Montenapoleone stations. It's open every day (except Monday). For updates and tickets, we recommend you visit the official website.
You can't leave Milan without visiting its Cathedral (Italian Duomo), a spectacular gothic church with five aisles.
It’s considered one of the largest cathedrals in the world and can accommodate over 40,000 people.
To enter the Duomo without standing in line for hours, it’s advisable to book a group visit in advance.
What to see in Milan at night
Milan at night is wonderful, and there is a lot to do, from gigs to cultural events!
We suggest visiting the Fondazione Prada's website, a cultural institution that periodically organizes free events.
But Milan is also perfect for those who love to eat! Why don't you go to the Navigli? It's a young area full of restaurants, pubs, and cafes.
Milan city center, moreover, is perfect to be explored on foot, even during the night. Its wonderful monuments will fascinate you for sure!
FAQ about Milan
Do locals speak English in Milan?
Yes, many people in Milan speak English. In addition, some also speak French.
How can I get to Milan from Malpensa Airport?
You can reach Milan City Centre by bus, train, or taxi. The journey lasts 50 minutes.
How can I get to Milan City Centre from Linate Airport?
You can reach the City Centre by taxi or bus (No.73 towards Duomo).
How can I get to Milan from Bergamo Airport?
Again, by train, bus, or taxi. The journey lasts one hour.
What’s currency is spent in Milan?
The Italian currency is €. You can also pay by credit card, but remember that the bank may charge you a fee.
When is the best time to visit Milan?
You can visit Milan at any time of the year. We do not recommend to go there in winter because the weather is quite cold and rainy. We also don’t recommend to visit Milan in August, as the summers in northern Italy are quite torrid.
Is Milan a safe city?
Milan is a safe city, however we do not recommend going to these neighborhoods (especially at night): Lambrate, Maecenas, Fourth Oggiaro and Scalo Romana.