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Lockers at stations: Verona, Bologna and Milan

Postby yatinsardana » 06 Feb 2009 - 16:08

Does anyone know if Milan, Verona and Bologna have lockers? I really need to know because I can't find any reasonably priced accommodation at any of these places.. so I'm planning to stay a bit far and make day trips to these places.. and sometimes i might need to store my luggage at the station
so if they do have, can you please tell me how much they charge and when are they open?
i hear they aren't open 24 hrs.. they open at a certain time and shut at a certain time
If you know about any of them.. please share your knowledge:P
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Re: Lockers at Verona, Bologna and Milan?

Postby niniel1712 » 27 Apr 2009 - 00:58

to help you browse this infos, lockers in italian are called DEPOSITO BAGAGLI (''luggage deposits''), ou can find times and prices at the railways website ( I've looked it up for you and here are the URLs for each station:

meaning: open every day from 6 am to 12 pm, charges are 4€ for the first 5 hours, 0,60€ for each hour from the 6th to the 12th and 0,20€ for each hour after the 12th]

meaning: open every day from 6 am to 10 pm, charges are the same as Milano, map of the station:

meaning: open every day from 7 am to 11 pm, charges are the same as Milano and Bologna, map of the station:

there's also an english version of the website, obviously. ^^
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