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Just arrived in Greece and looking for luggage storage near Syntagma Square? There are certainly many people with the same thing in mind around you! This ample square is where the heart of Athens beats. Looking east, you will see the Greek parliament building while following the opposite direction will get you all the way down to the Monastiraki square. Even though you’ll probably have a few hours at your disposal, you could easily spend your whole day around this area!
Stasher’s left luggage storage service connects you with local hotels and businesses that can store your bags affordably, while you go on exploring the city. Partnered up with illustrious chains like Accor hotels, Premier Inn and Expedia, we offer a convenient alternative to luggage storage lockers. Our StashPoints are handpicked for security and are near all major tourist attractions and transportation hubs. Every piece of baggage you store with us is insured, while our service has no size restrictions. Many of our partners operate 24/7 offering extra flexibility for those who need it.
Syntagma means “Constitution” in Greek. The square was named in honour of the 1843 revolt that led to Greece’s very first constitution, signed by Otto, the first King of Greece. The Parliament building that overlooks the square served as Royal Palace until 1934 and was designed by Bavarian architect Friedrich von Gärtner. The square itself is full of cafes and restaurants, while many of the city’s most important landmarks (including the Parthenon) are within walking distance.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Syntagma square is considered to be the heart of Greece’s commercial and political activity. Therefore, it is close to many areas of interest, many of which are a short walk away. The area opposite of the parliament building leads to the historic centre of Athens, in the neighbourhoods of Plaka, Monastiraki and the always busy Stadiou Avenue. Also, if you are in the area, you can’t miss Ermou street, a pedestrian zone full of shops, bars and restaurants. The posh neighbourhood of Kolonaki is also near, west of the parliament building.