From: Venice Railroad Station
Venice's Santa Lucia Railway Station has a baggage office (deposito bagagli) near track 1.
The baggage office was officially open from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. the last time we checked, but hours can change or the attendants might decide to go out for lunch, so look at the sign on the door before you deposit your bags.
Storage rates depend on how long you leave your bags, and they're fairly steep. (The minimum charge is for five hours, with additional per-hour fees for the sixth hour and beyond.)
The baggage office won't accept glass, and shoes or towels must be inside your bag.
Queues can be long during peak season or on busy weekends. If you don't feel like waiting and you'll be back in the station area before 7 p.m., try this alternative.
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