Why Luggage Storage

Safe tourist left-luggage office Luggage Storage Prague

Does it often happen to you that you are making a few days’ trip in Prague and you must vacate your room on the day of departure even if you have your personal plans until evening hours? You do not need to make your appointments or go sightseeing loaded with your luggage. Not every tourist has the opportunity to place their luggage in their car and the left-luggage at the train station is not very safe either.

Your issue may be solved by Luggage Storage Prague service (www.luggagestorageprague.com), located at Revoluční 8, Praha 1, 1 minute walk from Palladium Shopping Centre. You can place your luggage there for a gentle charge for quite a long time, until the moment of your departure. There are WC, wi-fi, many shops and restaurants also available. Luggage protection is granted.

Luggage safekeeping advantages for tourists

Thanks to the opening hours from 9.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. you can place your luggage there right in the morning, there is no need to wait to the moment you must vacate your room in a hotel or pension. Luggage Storage Praha offers you additional services like collecting your luggage by prearranged taxi company and their delivery to the airport or other place of destination.

There is no need to worry about your luggage. The building is guarded 24 hours a day and protected from thieves and vandals. The advantageous location is a plus, only 2 minutes from the underground station Náměstí republiky. You can go comfortably where you need without your luggage which you will pick up or have brought later.

Make use of left-luggage service 12 months a year, 24 hours a day. The service is available every day of week. There is no problem then it is Sunday afternoon and you have nowhere to place your luggage, so you could go to see Karlštejn or Vyšehrad. Meanwhile, your luggage will be deposited dry and safe.


Luggage Storage Prague

E-mail: keeper@luggagestorage.cz
Phone: +420 / 776 599 029

Revolucni 8
110 00
Czech Republic

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