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Utrecht Central Station Luggage lockers

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  • Location: Utrecht
  • Address: 3511CE Utrecht
  • Country: Netherlands
  • Continent: Europe

Luggage lockers in Utrecht station:

In Utrecht train station, there are luggage lockers where you can store your luggage safely. Utrecht Centraal is the central railway station for the city of Utrecht, Netherlands. It is the largest and busiest railway station in the Netherlands, with sixteen platform tracks (of which twelve are through tracks) and 194,385 embarking and disembarking passengers per day, excluding transfers[2]. Because of its central location in the Netherlands, Utrecht Centraal is the most important railway hub of the country with more than 1000 departures per day. International, national and local services call at the station, most notably the Intercity-Express trains to Frankfurt and Basel, domestic Intercity services to all parts of the Netherlands, and local (Sprinter) services providing access to towns all over Utrecht province. Freight services also pass through the station, on the Amsterdam - Betuweroute - Ruhr corridor as well as the Antwerp - Northeast Germany corridor.  The luggage lockers are secured with an electronic code. Take good care of the locker ticket, because you will need it to open the locker again and to pay when you collect your belongings.

The infomation below is from the NS website.


Dimensions of the luggage lockers

Small locker: 90cm deep, 45cm tall and 35cm wide
Large locker: 90cm deep, 60cm tall and 35cm wide


Prices of renting Small luggage lockers

€ 6.00 for a small safe for the first 24 hours

Prices of renting Large luggage lockers

€ 9.00 for a large safe for the first 24 hours

Opening hours

Monday       5 AM to 1 AM
Tuesday      5 AM to 1 AM
Wednesday  5 AM to 1 AM
Thursday     5 AM to 1 AM
Friday         5 AM to 1 AM
Saturday     5 AM to 1 AM
Sunday       5 AM to 1 AM


Contact Information

Stationshal 305
3511CE Utrecht

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