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Pisa Centrale left luggage service open on Christmas Day?

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I am visiting Pisa on Christmas Day from Florence, and I'm trying to decide between leaving my luggage in Firenze SMN or in Pisa Centrale. We will be traveling to Venice later that day so I don't want to leave our luggage at the apartment and have to walk back and forth from Firenze SMN to the apartment to pick it up, so I am thinking of leaving the luggage either at Firenze SMN left luggage and pick them up on the way to Venice (we have to go through Firenze SMN anyway from Pisa) or just take the luggage to Pisa with us and leave it at the left luggage there.

My concern with the Firenze SMN left luggage is that there may be long lines from what I've read online. I am not even sure if either (Firenze SMN or Pisa Centrale) left luggage services would be open on Christmas Day.

Thoughts anyone?

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