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Gare Montparnasse luggage storage | Tips that will make your day

Are you visiting Paris for pleasure or business? Then make your day that much lighter by leaving your bags at our Gare Montparnasse luggage storage locations!

While essential for every traveler, heavy suitcases can be a real pain to manage especially if you need to head to a meeting or can’t wait to explore the city.

If you are tired of lugging your bags from a place to another, there’s an easy way to lighten the load in the Montparnasse area.

Radical Storage provides travelers with safe luggage storage locations, fully secure and supervised. Besides, you can store your belongings for as little or as long as you like.

Nowadays, walking without the burden of your bags is a piece of cake and costs little. Click on book now to immediately find out your storage point or keep on reading to know how Radical Storage works.
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Gare Montparnasse luggage storage | Price

You might need our Gare Montparnasse luggage storage options throughout the different stages of your trip. Maybe at the beginning of your trip, if you’ve arrived very early and your hotel room hasn’t been cleaned yet. If your plane is delayed and you want to take advantage of it to visit museums you haven’t seen yet. When you have a business meeting far from the City Center, and you don’t want to take your bags with you.

Relying on Radical Storage allows you to find luggage storage in Montparnasse at any time of the day. Some facilities are open 24 hours a day!

And what about the price? It’s €5 per day and bag at no extra charges.

Surely, you’re used to self-service lockers or left-luggage offices that charge an hourly rate. Radical Storage is different.

Gare Montparnasse luggage storage | Best options

left luggage gare montparnasse: find the best solution
Here you can find different luggage storage options with useful details.

  • Gare Montparnasse luggage storage | Open 24/7 | 600 meters from Montparnasse metro and train station.
  • Left luggage Montparnasse | Open every day | 350 meters from Gare Montparnasse.
  • Luggage storage at Gare Montparnasse | Open 24/7.
  • Luggage storage Montparnasse area | 250 meters from Jardin des Grands Explorateurs.

Gare Montparnasse luggage storage | How it works

Since our whole aim is to make your experience easier, we’ve designed an easy luggage storage system.

With Radical Storage, you can reserve a safe place for your bags in a few clicks.

You can book your luggage storage in advance through the website. You can also download our handy application (for iOS and Android) to have our luggage storage locations always at hand.

Once you are connected to the platform, you can enable geolocation to find the storage points nearest to you immediately. Alternatively, you can manually type the address on the search bar.

Reservations are contactless, as are check-in and check-out.

Meet our Angels

Besides, we call our partners “Angels” for their caring nature. Show our friendly staff your QR code and entrust your luggage into safe hands.

You can find Radical Storage’s Angels inside convenience stores, offices, hotels, and restaurants. Actually, you can even find Angels inside some delicious bakeries!

If you need tourist information about the Station surroundings, please read up our short-guide below.

Things to do near Gare Montparnasse

things to do in Montparnasse Paris: explore the best sitesDid you know that Montparnasse Station has changed its location several times over time? Currently, the station is located in the 14th and 15th arrondissements and is considered one of the largest railway stations in the city.

With 26.5 million passengers per year and 550 regular services, Gare Montparnasse is a gateway to the capital. TGVs, the high-speed trains of SNCF, arrive there.

If you’re in the area and have some free time, you can devote yourself to this beautiful neighborhood once you’re free from the burden of your luggage.

Below are the top 3 most popular attractions in Montparnasse.

Tour the district

Nowadays, Montparnasse refers to the above-mentioned train station, but for a very long time, it was to Paris what Camden or Shoreditch is now to London: the district of artists.

The name of the neighborhood comes from Mont Parnassus, the home of the Muses in Greek mythology. In the past, in fact, in this area of Paris, there was a hill where students went to recite their verses. Today that hill is gone, but there’s a lovely neighborhood full of vintage stores, live music venues, and art exhibitions.

Montparnasse has something for everyone, from beautiful gardens for lovers of quirky walks to delicious restaurants and traditional bakeries.

Also, there are several bookstores where you can buy special gifts for yourself or your loved ones.

As usual, Tripadvisor suggests to you the best restaurants in Montparnasse.

Visit the amazing Montparnasse Tower

Skyscrapers: Paris TowerOkay, Montparnasse no longer has a hill, but it has one of France’s tallest skyscrapers: The Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck.

In just 38 seconds, you’ll be 210 meters above the ground and come face to face with the Eiffel Tower! The Montparnasse Tower offers visitors one of the most beautiful views they’ll ever see!

If you’re afraid of heights, you can stop by the lower floors and have a great glass of champagne or check out the official website to learn about all the upcoming events.

Get here practical information about this attraction.

Address: 33 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France.

Don’t miss the Catacombs of Paris

You can’t leave Montparnasse without visiting its catacombs. This underground ossuary holds the remains of about 6 million people and extends southward.

Built in a part of the city’s consolidation tunnels, it has undergone several renovations over time.

This cemetery has also been the set of several films and TV series, such as the Holes (1974) by Pierre Tchernia or Father Brown (1954) by Robert Hamer.

Do you want to know what are the opening hours? Find them out on the official website.

Address: 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris, France.

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