Book now your luggage storage in Palermo with Radical Storage, the first luggage storage network
3 min. fast check-in
Online reservation mandatory
Locked / supervised
In the City Center
210 meters from Fontana Pretoria
Near the Port of Palermo
800 meters from Traghetti Tirrenia Palermo - Ferries Tirrenia Palermo
600 meters from Palermo Tirrenia Ferry Terminal
550 meters from Teatro Politeama Garibaldi
In the downtown district
200 meters from Verdi Square
On via Francesco Crispi
300 meters from the Ferry Terminal
650 meters from Fiera Train station
700 meters from Imperatore Federico Train Station
In the Old Town (Borgo Vecchio)
450 meters from English Garden (Parco Piersanti Mattarella)
500 meters from Palermo Cathedral
120 meters from Palazzo Drago Ajroldi di Santacolomba
Discover Sicily luggage-free!
With Radical you'll find cozy luggage storage spots all over Palermo. You can book them online for 5€ per bag, per day! Some of our partners are open even during the weekend! Radical's Angels (this is the name we gave our partners) are in the city center, near the Cruise Port or close to your Airbnb apartment. Just enable geolocation to find the one that is closest to you!
More than a left luggage
All our Angels are trustworthy businesses that signed a partnership with us. They have been selected by our staff that adds on our Angels' list only the best companies! You will find yourself at a hotel, a bar or a restaurant but don't you worry!
They have secure spaces where they will place your belongings until you return to pick them up! Radical's rate is fixed and there no seize limits or fees of any kind!
Top things to do in Palermo
Between one granita and another, you'll visit wonderful museums and historical buildings. Palermo offers enchanting views and breathtaking landscapes. You should visit the Palazzo dei Normanni that is Europe’s oldest royal palace or the enchanting Monreale’s Cathedral to understand the wonders of this city! The first one is the oldest royal palace in Europe and a marvel of Norman architecture, while the latter is a place of worship built by the Normans. It’s renowned for its decorated cloisters and golden mosaics.
Did you know that Palermo has been the "most conquered" city in the world? Phoenician, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans, Swabians, and Spaniards swept into this area, leaving a mark on its art and culture. That's the reason why one-quarter of the Italian cultural heritage is located right in Sicily. The Sicilian culinary tradition is also very rich. In the streets of Palermo, you can buy a hot arancina or a sfincione. Have you never tasted them? Then you don't know what you're missing!