Luggage Storage Arc De Triomphe
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Luggage storage Arc De Triomphe
Are you looking for luggage storage before visiting Arc De Triomphe in Paris? You can store your bags with one of our luggage storage locations just around the corner from Arc De Triomphe and enjoy your day in its surroundings or anywhere in Paris hassle-free.
LuggageHero storage sites are certified hotels, cafes, and shops. Advance bookings ensure space for your bags. The address and directions to our storage locations are available at the time of booking. All bags are sealed off with our security seals ensuring each piece of luggage up to
Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most famous monuments in Paris. This massive arch stands to honour those who fought and died for France during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars.
It’s located at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle, on the western end of the avenue des Champs-Élysées. The circular juncture that the monument stands on has twelve avenues sprouting from it in all directions. This makes the juncture look like a star when looked at from above; hence the name Arch of Triumph of the Star.
As ordered by Napoleon in honour of the Grande Army, the construction of this famous arch began in 1806 and it took 30 years to build. Standing as the symbol of French national identity, the Arch de Triumph also qualifies as the world’s tallest arch.
This monument has been drawing visitors for hundreds of years. The annual military parade, also known as Bastille Day or French National Day, begins at the iconic arch each and every July 14th. You too can start your Parisian journey at the arch and let us take care of your bags for you.
When you store your bags at one of our Paris luggage storage locations near the arch, you’re free to visit many other popular Paris tourist attractions such as the Louvre Museum and the Notre-Dame Cathedral (next to Notre-Dame – Saint Michel station) which are in close proximity to Arc de Triomphe. You can also climb to the top of the Arch de Triumph and treat yourself to some beautiful views of Paris. Just make sure you leave your bags with us. Having to carry them up the 240 steps to the top of the arch would be no fun at all.
There’s no better way to take in all the beauty and grandeur of Paris than to see it from above. Feel free to store your luggage at one of our storage locations located near the Arc de Triomph for a couple of hours, or for as long as you need to, and enjoy the wonders of Paris hassle-free.
Arc de Triomphe Bag Policy
For safety and comfort purposes, voluminous bags are not allowed inside. Visitors are advised not to bring large bags or suitcases when going inside the Arc de Triomphe. The maximum size of baggage allowed inside per person is 40x40x20 cm.
LuggageHero in the press
"LuggageHero, which offers online booking with a credit card — thus, eliminating the need for users to have local currency on hand — is one of the most recent players to expand its services. In December the company began operating in New York, where today it has some 250 locations."
"One solution is LuggageHero, which was already on the scene in Copenhagen and London, and has now expanded into New York. Its selling point is that it lets you store your luggage in a local shop, café or hotel, which is often more convenient than having to go to a storage facility at a train station."
"LuggageHero, which Jannik Lawaetz founded in 2016, currently has more than 300 storage locations in six cities (New York, London, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Madrid and Barcelona) and plans to expand to 39 cities by January 2020."
"LuggageHero founder and chief executive Jannik Lawaetz says that the concept was inspired by that mother of invention — necessity — and Airbnb. A couple of years ago, he and his girlfriend rented an apartment in Barcelona via the home-share service. They had a later flight on their day of departure and wanted to continue exploring the city, but didn't want to lug their suitcases around. "