Luggage storage in Rome
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Where to store luggage in Rome?
So you’ve decided to visit Rome, the eternal city, the center of the Ancient World, and a place that has enormously affected the culture, politics, art, and philosophy of the Western world for the past 2000 years. We have below a comprehensive list of Rome’s must-see places. Most sights are accessible by public transport, and it's possible to travel around the city by bus, foot, or via one of the fastest and most convenient metro lines, the Rome metro. The city is so ancient that you can really travel through the centuries in the most amazing way in Rome. Begin at the Roman Forum, the heart of the city and the center of Ancient Roman political and social life. As you stand on this site surrounded by the ruins of once-great temples and buildings, imagine the triumphal processions, the public speeches by some of the most important Romans, and the murder of Julius Caesar all taking place around you. Nearby, the enormous Coliseum is there to wow you, and in the large public park that once was the Circus Maximus, you can clearly picture how the 150,000-capacity stadium once looked and how the chariots must have raced around the track with the fans’ cries ringing in their ears. Of course, Rome is also the home of the Catholic faith, and here you can experience some of the most incredible churches and Cathedrals, some dating back to the early medieval times. The Vatican City is an incredible, holy area in the heart of Rome where the Pope resides; the spiritual home for hundreds of millions of people; the Vatican City contains Saint Peter’s Basilica and other beautiful buildings containing priceless art. The city's incredible galleries and museums are described in more detail below, as are most of the main monuments that make the city such a special place. You will also enjoy some of the best Italian cuisines in Rome - try classic dishes from the city, such as Pasta Carbonara and Trippa alla Romana. However you decide to spend your days in Rome, one thing is sure - you don’t want to carry all your luggage with you as you explore the city, let alone worry about where it is safe to keep your items. With Nannybag, you can quickly and easily find a safe location to deposit your things. Simply enter the location that you’re at in Rome on our website or app, and book a locker in one of our partner “Nannies”! Your bag will be kept for €6 daily rate per luggage, with free cancellation. Find out more about our service and what to do in Rome with the information below!
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Nannybag luggage storage in Rome
Thanks to an extensive network of hotels and local shops in Rome, Nannybag luggage storage provides travelers with cheap and practical luggage storage facilities to drop off their suitcases safely and enjoy everything Rome offers. Luggage coverage is included in the price, and customer service is available 24/7. Nannybag is proud to collaborate with prestigious hotel groups such as Accor to ensure that you always find available luggage storage a few minutes away from the main points of interest, metro, and train stations.
Why store luggage with Nannybag?
By entrusting your bag or suitcase to Nannybag in Rome, you are choosing:
✅ a 24/7 service in Rome
✅ a wide choice of storage locations all over the city and not only in train stations.
✅ to entrust your luggage to a professional who takes care of everything (reception, labeling with a reservation number, guarding your luggage) in less than 2 minutes
✅ a storage location that we have selected and validated according to strict criteria
✅ safe luggage storage with some of our major hospitality partners, such as AccorHotels, Louvre Hotels, etc.
✅ absolute confidence: we have an average rating of 4.6/5 over 7890 reviews on Trustpilot 🤩
✅ an included protection of up to €1,000 in case of breakage, loss, and theft, which grants you extra peace of mind.
✅ easy and free cancellation up to the time of your drop-off
✅ customer service available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Where are the luggage storage facilities in Rome?
The best luggage storage facilities near Rome are only minutes away! Remember this during your stay in Rome: our ultimate goal is to provide you with a Nanny (the cute nickname we gave our partners ❤️) wherever you need one. And knowing how valuable your time is, we wouldn’t want you to change your travel plans in Rome because of a luggage problem.
Whether you need to store your luggage in Rome because you just arrived in Rome or because you’re leaving the city in a few hours and want to make the most of your last moments, we have cheap and secure left luggage just a few minutes away on foot All you have to do is type Rome in the search engine of the Nannybag app (or website!) and see for yourself which Nanny suits your needs best! Most of our Rome Nannies are open 24 hours a day, or until late at night, and seven days a week.
What if you explored the streets of Rome without luggage?
How to store luggage with Nannybag?
Booking luggage storage with Nannybag is easy!
1️⃣ Use our interactive map to find the best storage location according to your plans
2️⃣ Pick your drop-off and pick-up times
3️⃣ Pay securely online and get your booking confirmation!
You’ll instantly receive a booking confirmation email to inform you that your spot has been successfully reserved. It’s even easier than packing a suitcase!
Luggage storage and lockers at Rome train stations
Have you just got into Rome via train? Probably, you’ve arrived at Rome Termini Station, the biggest train station in the city; indeed, after Gare du Nord in Paris, it's the second-largest train station in Europe, serving over 180 million passengers every year! There has been a station on the site since 1863, but the current building was completed in the 1940s. You might think the name “Termini” has something to do with the word terminus, but actually, it refers to the district in which the station is situated, named in turn after the Baths of Diocletian, an ancient Roman public baths (Thermae means “baths” in Latin). The station is symbolic of Rome, with its architectural style at once looking to the past and the future, but you won’t forget about Rome’s history - just outside are ancient walls dating to the 4th century BC! Meanwhile, Tiburtina station is on the northeastern side of the city and is the second biggest station in Rome; you may have entered through here if you were taking a train from another city in Italy. Whatever train station in Rome that you’ve arrived at, if you have bags or luggage that you don’t need to drag around the city with you, open the Nannybag app or website and find somewhere near a station where you can drop your baggage safely and securely.
An essential hub for regional and national train services, Rome Tiburtina, in the West of the city, is the second-largest station in the city. If you’re traveling around Italy by train, you may well find yourself stopping here. Have large bags that you want to store here until you leave the station if you’re traveling around by train? Nannybag offers a great rate of €6 per day per item. Check out our locations nearby the station!
Situated on the Via Portuense, the Fiera di Roma station is conveniently located between the city and Fiumicino airport. FL1 trains run through this station from the city and airport, and ATAC buses serve the metropolitan area. Need to store some luggage around the station if you’ll be traveling out from there soon? Nannybag can help!
Situated on Piazza della Stazione di San Pietro, San Pietro Station offers access to various regional trains, such as the FR5 train connecting it to Rome-Termini train station and the FR3 train operating at Roma Ostiense. Moreover, this picturesque station gained fame as a movie set for notable Italian actors and directors during the black-and-white film era. Check out where you can leave baggage nearby if you will be traveling out of there soon with Nannybag!
Termini station in the center of the city was built in the 1940s with a modernist design. It hosts 180 million passengers on its 33 platforms every year, making it the second busiest station in Europe after Gare du Nord in Paris. Despite its huge size, no international trains pass through, but if you’re going abroad, hop on the Leonardo Express to Fiumicino airport. If you need to store a bag here while exploring Rome’s historic center, use Nannybag, and we will connect you with a safe location where luggage can be stored for only €6 per day.
Luggage storage and lockers near Rome airports
So you’ve just touched down in Rome, probably at Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport, Italy’s biggest airport. For the past three years, it has won the “Best Airport” in the category of hosting more than 40 million passengers annually. This airport beside the sea, a little to the West of Rome, provides some great views of the coast on approach. Every 15 minutes, trains arrive which take you to Termini Station in central Rome, so you can be in the heart of the city in half an hour. Otherwise, you may have flown into Ciampino Airport, which is a much smaller airport located 12km southeast of Rome. However, Ryanair now flies into this location from many cities around Europe, making it the fastest-growing airport in Europe. Whichever one of these two airports you’ve flown into, if you have luggage or bags that you need to put into storage before you start exploring the wonders of Rome, have a quick look on Nannybag and find one of our partner locations where you can easily store your things.
Also known as Leonardo da Vinci airport, Fiumicino airport is the busiest in Italy. It’s located around 30 km west of the city but is very quick and easy to get in. Do you have a layover and need to drop luggage off at the airport until your return, or perhaps leave something there for a friend to pick up? There are luggage lockers here, but at €10 per item for 24 hours, it's a lot more expensive than using Nannybag, as we charge €6 per item per day. Have a look on our app to see where is convenient near the airport for you to drop something off!
Ciampino Airport is located 15km away from the city center and is much smaller than Fiumicino, the city’s main airport. However, if you’re on a cheaper, budget airline, you may find yourself flying here. You might need to stash a bag for a bit until you return to the airport if you have a layover, for example, and want to explore Rome without a burden. Check out Nannybag’s partner locations nearby, and drop something off for only €6 per day!
Luggage storage and lockers near museums
The main difficulty in exploring Rome's incredible museums and galleries is trying to figure out where to begin! The Vatican Museums are a good place to start. Dating back to the 16th century, there are around 20,000 items on display, including some priceless pieces of art from right through Roman history. Of course, many of the amazing displays are centered around religious art; the final stage of a museum visit takes you to the Sistine Chapel, containing the world-famous ceiling painting by Michelangelo. But there are also many Ancient Roman treasures to marvel at inside the vast museum, such as the incredible marble sculpture of Laocoon and his Sons, or original life-sized statues of Roman Emperors and even non-Christian art from around the world, such as aboriginal art. In the Museo e Galleria Borghese, you can gaze upon some of the finest examples of Renaissance art anywhere in the world, including many Caravaggio pieces as well as works by Rubens, Rafael, and Titian. The gallery building is surrounded by the Borghese Gardens, dating from the 18th century, and is a luxurious, calm public park. On top of the iconic Capitoline Hill are the Capitoline Museums, which date back to the 15th century when Pope Sixtus IV donated ancient bronze statues to the people of Rome and kept them on the hill. Since then, the museum has amassed a collection of Roman Artefacts, jewelry, and medieval and Renaissance art. For more fascinating discoveries, don't miss out on the following places: Basilica di San Pietro in Vincoli, Villa dei Quintili, the National Roman Museums and the Capitoline Museums. And remember: you’re never far away from one of Nannybag’s safe locations where you can leave your things!
The Vatican Museums are a collection of art and religious museums and galleries in Vatican City, Rome. Some of the most famous and beautiful art pieces are housed in these museums. Visit the Sistine Chapel and see the iconic paintings on the ceiling and works by some of the world’s most famous artists from antiquity to the present day. Queues can be really long though to get into the museums, and you can’t bring in a bag larger than 40 cm x 35 cm x 15 cm. There is a cloakroom service to drop your stuff off at, but if you want to store something for a little longer term, go for a Nannybag location nearby for only €6 per item per day.
The Pantheon is, for many reasons, one of the most impressive works of architecture ever completed. It contains the largest free-standing concrete dome in the world - and, by the way, is around 2000 years old! Originally a temple dedicated to the Ancient Roman gods, it became a Christian church in 609 AD, and its constant use since its construction is a major factor in it being the best preserved large Roman building in the world. However, queues can be long, and you’re not permitted to bring large bags inside, so you may need to find luggage storage somewhere nearby. This is precisely when Nannybag comes in handy!
Luggage storage and lockers near places and monuments
Rome is perhaps most famous for its incredible monuments and places of interest. Undoubtedly, the Colosseum is the most famous, iconic, and quintessentially Roman place in the world. Originally called the Ampitheatrum Flavium when it was first constructed in around 80 AD, this massive amphitheater got the name Colosseum after the Colossus of Nero statue nearby in honor of the Roman Emperor. Here, gladiators fought the deadly wild animals hunted for sport, and brutal executions took place for the enjoyment of the spectators in the stadium. The Vatican City is a similarly iconic place, the heart of a world religion; there are over one billion Roman Catholics in the world, and this 44-acre zone in the center of Rome is their most important religious site. Technically an independent city-state, here you will see the world-famous Sistine Chapel, with its ceiling painted by Michelangelo, depicting God reaching out toward Adam. Saint Peter's Basilica is perhaps the defining architectural masterpiece of the Renaissance era, the largest church in the world by interior measure, and, according to Christian tradition, the burial site of St. Peter, one of Jesus’ main disciples and the man who began the Catholic Church.
These are Rome's two most notable destinations, but the list of incredible sites is almost endless. By simply wandering the streets of Rome, you will encounter ancient buildings, beautiful churches, and ornate artistic masterpieces. Check out our guide below of some of the main attractions in the city, and find out how you can leave a bag at a safe location near wherever you may be in the city.
Ostiense is a working-class residential neighborhood in the southwest of Rome. Like everywhere in Rome, there are some amazing historic buildings such as St. Paul Outside the Walls, a grand 4th-century papal basilica. However, now the neighborhood is characterized by trendy bars, buzzing nightlife, and street art. You may well find that your Airbnb is located in this district. Need to store a bag before or after check-in or check-out? Why not have a look to see what Nanny locations are close by?
It’s fair to say that the Roman Forum was the most important place in the Western world for hundreds of years. Here was the beating heart of the Roman Republic and Empire, the center of the city's political, economic, and religious affairs. Now, the once enormous buildings in the area have gone to ruin, but you can still feel the power and importance of the place as you wander around. There’s so much to see on the site, but don’t be weighed down by a bag under the Roman sun! Find a nearby Nanny location to drop your bags off before exploring.
The Via Marsala is a road in Central Rome that is ideally located to start exploring the city. You’re very near Rome Termini station, where you might have arrived after a train from the airport, and nearby is the National Museum of Rome, the Baths of Diocletian, and the Vatican City. So, if this is where you’re starting off your exploration of Rome, why not drop off your luggage nearby? It’ll also be a convenient place to come pick it up, especially if you’re leaving Rome via Rome Termini.
Hotel Agorà is conveniently located hotel beside Rome Termini station, meaning that the rest of central Rome, with its incredible monuments like the Colosseum and the Vatican, are all nearby. Even if you’re not staying in the hotel, it’s a good place to store luggage as it’s so close to Rome’s main train station.
Situated in the heart of Rome's historic center, between Corso Vittorio Emmanuele II and Via dei Filippini, lies the picturesque Piazza della Chiesa Nuova. This charming square derives its name from the San Filippo Neri church, which was once new. The square boasts several captivating attractions, including the Santa Maria in Vallicella church and the Oratorio dei Filippini, where you can explore the Biblioteca Vallicelliana. Want to explore this area but don’t want to be weighed down by large bags and suitcases while you do so? Check out Nannybag’s nearby locations!
Trastevere is a charming neighborhood located on the west bank of the Tiber River in Rome. It is famous for its narrow cobbled streets, historic churches, trendy bars, and authentic Roman trattorias, merging modern youth culture with some of Rome’s prettiest oldest buildings like Basilica di Santa Maria. If you’re exploring this neighborhood, or maybe your Airbnb that you haven’t checked into yet is here, why not store some bags so as not to be weighed down? Call Nannybag to the rescue!
The Colosseum is without the most iconic building in the city and a global symbol of Rome. Dating back to 80AD, this enormous amphitheater, still very well-preserved, housed brutal games where gladiators would fight to the death and condemned criminals being killed by animals. Despite its somewhat gruesome history, this incredible building is truly awe-inspiring and a must-see. It’s also a great place to visit first, as it’s near most other sites in the city. Why not drop off your bag near here then, and enjoy the Colosseum and Rome unburdened?
Piazza di Spagna is a picturesque square in Rome located at the bottom of the famous Spanish Steps. It boasts elegant 18th-century architecture and a stunning Baroque fountain, the Fontana della Barcaccia. The square is surrounded by high-end fashion boutiques, cafes, and art galleries, meaning that you’ll undoubtedly want to explore the surrounding areas. Why not do this without being weighed down if you find yourself there with your luggage? Open up Nannybag and find a nearby drop-off point!
Located in the Vatican, Saint Peter’s Basilica is the reputed burial place of the first Pope, Saint Peter. It’s famous for its grand dome and wonderful works of art by the likes of Michelangelo, including his iconic sculpture La Pietà and architecture from Bramante. Exploring the Vatican City? This is truly a must-visit, and why not store some luggage ahead of exploring Vatican City? Check out Nannybag, and with us, you can find a location nearby and drop a bag for only €6 per day.
The Vatican, officially its own country nestled in the heart of Rome, is the Pope's residence and is the most important place in the Catholic faith. This 44-acre area contains some of the world's most important works of art and architecture, from the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter’s Basilica to the wondrous works of art and sculpture housed in the museums that date back to antiquity. This place is a Rome must, but be careful - queues can be long and very busy. If you have luggage, it’ll be easier to explore without it, so why not drop it off at a nearby Nanny location?
Luggage storage and lockers near Rome parks
Some beautiful, peaceful public parks in Rome are well worth stopping in and relaxing for a couple of hours between your sightseeing activities. The Villa Doria Pamphili is the largest landscaped public park in Rome, dating all the way back to the seventeenth century. It includes much architectural beauty, as well as manicured gardens. The Villa Borghese, constructed by the celebrated and powerful Borghese family, is also a beautiful example of a Renaissance garden, with beautiful architecture and sculpture dotted around a peaceful green space. Check the following parks for a nice stroll in nature: Villa Doria Pamphil, Giardino degli Aranci, Villa Aldobrandini, and Parco Savelli. You can use Nannybag to store unneeded bags safely throughout Rome!
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