Luggage Storage Lamezia Terme
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If you are looking for a quick and easy way to get rid of your bags, try our luggage storage service in Lamezia Terme.
Radical Storage will make your days lighter by taking care of your heavy items for as long as you want.
If you have arrived in the city early and your plane leaves late in the evening, leave your bags with us and visit this amazing city!
We have secure partners throughout Italy who can take care of your belongings for as long as you wish. We call them "Angels" because they will be the reliable guardians of your luggage.
How does it work and how much does it cost?
Storing your luggage with us costs less than a breakfast! For only €5 per day you can ensure a lighter stay!
The cost is all-inclusive, so you won't have to pay extra fees! We won't weigh your luggage but will store it directly in a safe place!
You can book your luggage storage in Lamezia Terme either via the website or the dedicated app!
After booking, you'll receive all the details to reach the Angel!
Facts about Lamezia Terme
Lamezia Terme (also known as Lamezia) is an Italian town famous for its airport.
Its origin dates back to the Middle Ages, but on its territory also stood a Greek city named Terina, founded by settlers from Crotone.
In the city, there's so much to do, see and taste! Among museums, monuments, and typical restaurants, you'll be spoiled for choice!
So don't go straight to the airport, but visit this magnificent location!
The most important places of interest in Lamezia are the Archaeological Museum, Nicastro Cathedral, and the Norman Castle.
Located inside the San Domenico Complex in Nicastro, the Archaeological Museum boasts a rich collection of artifacts divided into 3 sections: prehistory, classicism and Middle Ages.
The Cathedral, built on an older Byzantine church, is one of the most important places of worship in Lamezia.
The Norman-Swabian Castle is a fortification that dates back to the Byzantine period (even if some sources date it back to the Norman period). Enlarged by Frederick II of Swabia, it suffered extensive damage due to the earthquake of 1638.