This was an easy way to store our luggage for the day while sight-seeing (easy once the machine took the money...) It cost 5 Euros for 24 hours and only 2.50 for 2 hours.
Our storage is 180mt from Termini Central Station Platform 1. Only 3 minutes walking See the video and reach our luggage storage
We stuff our backpacks into the lockers in Krakow's train station
Watch this video to get some general information on luggage storage on trains in Europe. Learn about baggage limits & requirements on a few specific European trains, in addition to Fast Baggage in Switzerland.
King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy laid the cornerstone of the new station on April 28, 1906, before a blueprint for the station had even been chosen. The last, real, contest for its construction was won in 1912 by architect Ulisse Stacchini, whose design was modeled after Union Station in Washington, DC, and the construction of the new station began. Due to the Italian economic crisis during World War I, construction proceeded very slowly, and the project, rather simple at the beginning, kept changing and became more and more complex and majestic. This happened especially when Benito Mussolini became Prime Minister, and wanted the station to represent the power of the fascist regime. The major changes were the new platform types and the introduction of the great steel canopies by Alberto Fava; 341 m (1,119 ft) long and covering an area of 66,500 square metres. Construction resumed in earnest in 1925 and on July 1, 1931 the station was officially opened in the presence of Foreign Minister Galeazzo Ciano. Its façade is 200 metres wide and its vault is 72 metres high, a record when it was built. It has 24 platforms. Each day about 330,000 passengers use the station, totaling about 120 million per year. The station has no definite architectural style, but is a blend of many different styles, especially Liberty and Art Deco, but not limited to those. It is adorned with numerous sculptures. “The ‘incongruous envelope of stone’ (Attilio Pracchi) of this gigantic and monumental building dominates Piazza Duca d’Aosta.”  On September 25, 2006, officials announced a €100 million project, already in progress, to refurbish the station. Of the total cost, €20 million has been allocated to restore "certain areas of high artistic value" while the remaining €80 million will be used for more general improvements to the station to make it more functional with the current railway services. The project includes moving the ticket office and installing new elevators and escalators for increased accessibility. Train services The station has 24 tracks. Every day about 320,000 passengers pass through the station using about 500 trains, for an annual total of 120 million passengers. The station is served by national and international routes, with both long-distance and regional lines. Daily international destinations include Bern, Lugano, Geneva, Zürich, Paris, Vienna, Barcelona and Munich. The station is also connected to Milan-Malpensa Airport through the Malpensa Express train service.
The best luggage storage in Rome 180 meters from Termini Station you find our luggage storage Price is € 4 each luggage full day
Lugging luggage in Venice, Italy, where cars aren't allowed and there are more than 400 footbridges.
Your luggage from all hotel, B&B, apartment to Rome Airport and station. Il vostro bagaglio da hotel, B&B e appartamenti agli aeroporti e stazioni di Roma.
http://www.raileurope.com/train-faq/all-about-train-travel/on-board/boarding-the-train.html Where does your luggage go on the train? Not to worry, your bags will be nice and secure. Just remember to put your name on the tag. There's plenty of storage room, but still, pack light!
Onboard every train you will take - TGV, Trenitalia, Eurostar or any European trains, you will find dedicated compartments to store your luggage. Be sure that you have tagged your luggage and enjoy your trip! http://www.raileurope-world.com/