Safe Luggage Storage in Rome (Locations and Prices)

Where Can I Safely Store My Luggage in Rome

You’ve got plenty of time to spare before your late-night flight, so you decide to spend a few hours exploring the streets of Rome. There’s just one problem: you’ve already checked out of your hotel and you’ve got a suitcase, a duffel bag, and a carry-on at your feet.

Where will you store your luggage as you walk around Rome? You can’t just leave them unattended, nor can you drag them around the city. The answer is simple: take them to a luggage storage facility.

In this article, I’ve listed some of the best luggage storage services in Rome, including their prices, locations, and opening hours.

Private Luggage Storage in Rome

Here are some of the best private luggage storage services in Rome:


➡️ Cost per luggage: €6 per bag per 24 hours

Nannybag is a luggage storage network that allows you to store your luggage in hotels, restaurants, and partner shops for only €6 per bag.

There are more than 40 “Nannies” (drop-off locations) in Rome, most of which are close to major attractions like the Pantheon, the Trevi Fountain, and the Piazza Navona.

To make a booking, you’ll simply need to open the Nannybag website or app and type in your location, as well as the number of bags you want to drop off and pick-up time. Choose the most suitable location on the map, click “Book Now,” and make a reservation.

Nannybag offers free cancellations, so you can request for a refund when your plans change.

Nannybag accepts bags of all shapes and sizes, so long as they weigh less than 66 pounds (30 kg). Upon arrival, a security seal is attached to each of your baggage to ensure they remain untouched and unopened until your return.

Every booking comes with an insurance policy of €1,000. The insurance covers damage, loss, and theft.


➡️ Cost per luggage: €5 per luggage

For €5 per bag, you can store your luggage in one of Bounce’s many drop-off points.

Bounce works the same way: enter a location on the Bounce app or website and select the most convenient drop-off location on the map.

You’ll find storage facilities near the Colosseum, Roma Termini, Trastevere, and Vatican Museums among others.

The company accepts luggage of any size and weight. They don’t charge you extra for heavy or large bags, but you may want to reach out to customer service if you’re looking to store items like an electric bike or surfboard.

Bounce has one of the highest policies in the industry, up to a total of $10,000 per claim.


➡️ Cost per luggage:  €0.95 per hour and €7.90 per day

Unlike most of the luggage storage services on this list, LuggageHero has both hourly and daily rates for maximum flexibility: €0.95 per hour and €7.90 per day.

Storage location sites are located in more than 50 well-known retail outlets, businesses, and hotels across Rome.

Each piece of luggage is insured for up to €2,500 per bag.

Cancellations are free and you’ll only pay when you actually store the luggage.

If you don’t show up for your booking, you won’t be charged a fee.

Bags Free

➡️ Cost per luggage: €5 to €10 per 24 hours

➡️ Luggage transport: €9 to €20 per luggage, depending on the location

Bags Free is a private luggage storage company stationed in Rome.

When you register on the Bags Free website, you can have your bags picked up at your accommodation by the dedicated staff at the designated time.

Your luggage is then sent to Rome Termini in Via Castro Pretorio 32. The staff will take care of your luggage, storing them in appropriate lockers.

For a small fee, you can have your luggage delivered to Civitavecchia Port, Ciampino and Fiumicino Airport, and various train stations across Rome.

At Bags Free, your luggage is insured €1 per 2 pounds of luggage weight.

Public Luggage Storage

Rome has several dozen left-luggage storage facilities, accessible on an hourly or daily basis. Most of these facilities are self-service.

You’ll find them at the following locations:

1) Termini Rome Train Station

  • Cost: €1.99 to €6 per locker, depending on the size.
  • Address: 00185 Roma, Via Milazzo 20-A
  • Opening hours: 6:00 am to 11:00 pm

This baggage storage is about a minute’s walk from Termini Train Station, a two-minute walk from Subway Termini A & B, and a three-minute walk from Piazza dell’Indipendenza. Prior to storage, the luggage is checked and sealed to prevent unauthorized access.

2) Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere

  • Cost: From €2.49 per locker
  • Address: 00153 Roma, Via della Cisterna 15B
  • Opening hours: 6:00 am to 11:00 pm

This self-service luggage storage isn’t too far from San Cosimato Square and Ponte Sisto. You’ll find it on the left of Via della Cisterna after passing Piazza di San Callisto.

The lockers available come in two sizes: Regular, which fits two bags, and Large, which fits four bags. Your luggage is ensured up to €500 per bag.

3) Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti (Spanish Steps)

  • Cost: From €2.49 per locker
  • Address: 00187 Roma, Via della Vite 42
  • Opening hours: 7:00 am to 11:00 pm

From Spanish Steps, head straight to Piazza di Spagna and take your first right onto Via della Vite. The storage locker is located at number 42.

4) Campo de Fiori (Marketplace in Rome)

  • Cost: From €2.49 per locker
  • Address: 00186 Roma, Via dei Chiavari 8
  • Opening hours: 9:00 am to 6:30 pm

Located near Campo de Fiori. The locker storage is managed by specialized personnel, who seals and ensures your luggage for up to €500 per bag.

Wrapping Up

In Rome, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to luggage storage. Most of the options are budget-friendly, averaging at €5 per luggage. Private luggage storage networks like Nannybag, Bounce, and LuggageHero let you leave your luggage at a nearby drop-off station, whereas Bags Free and public luggage services allow you to store your luggage inside a locker.

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