1 のAngels サンラファエル
In the City Centre
0,2 miles from San Rafael Train Station
BAGBNB is your luggage storage in San Rafael
Travel is relaxing, but only if you know reliable places to store your bags. We know many reliable luggage storage locations and we want to share them with you! They are the BAGBNB Angels! BAGBNB is a luggage storage network with secure partners all over the world. Before establishing a partnership, we carefully check the local companies to guarantee efficient service. We choose public businesses that are professional and have safe and clean spaces to store your luggage.
No queues, no time-wasting, and secure payments!
Booking with BAGBNB is easy and will take up very little of your time! Did you know that in addition to the website we also have an app? If you didn't know, we suggest you download it right away to your mobile or tablet (for iOS and Android). You can find the desired storage location in seconds. Once you found it, fill out the form and we will send you all the information to reach the Angel! We have a symbolic price: only $6 per day per bag.
Explore the oldest town in Marin County
Even if San Rafael is not a very popular tourist destination, it is still a very interesting city. San Rafael is renowned for being the oldest and largest city in Marin County and has been influenced by Spanish culture and traditions. Its name comes from the San Rafael Arcángel Mission, a Spanish Catholic organization that arrived in the city in the nineteenth century. This organization built the first sanatorium in California. Nowadays, a pretty church remains of that association on 5th Avenue.
Between past and present
Some areas of San Rafael will surely remind you of the set of an old western movie or some scenes of the Zorro movie! The city, however, has a modern and technological heart that can satisfy both those who travel with their family or want to experience new adventures. If you've decided to spend a few days in the city, you absolutely shouldn't miss the Sunday Marin Farmers (if you're there on a Sunday!), a market where you'll find everything from fresh food to crafts! A thing that won't go unnoticed is the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, an imposing building that connects Interstate 580 from Richmond in the east to San Rafael in the west.