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Alexanderplatz luggage storage

Alexanderplatz luggage storage

Where can I store my luggage in Alexanderplatz?

Looking for luggage storage near Alexanderplatz? Berlin’s main public square and transport hub is an ideal spot to leave your bags for a few hours (or days) while you explore the city. Check your luggage in one of our nearby StashPoints and enjoy all the iconic landmarks in the vicinity, like the Fernsehturm (TV Tower) and the Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall). After all, you probably don’t want to drag your luggage along as you admire the sights.

1.Luggage Storage near Alexanderplatz with Stasher

Stasher is the world’s largest sharing economy luggage storage network, providing you with a selection of hundreds of local stores that can store your bags temporarily.

Why store your luggage with Stasher?

Bookings with Stasher are made via our secure platform and come with many benefits that you won’t easily find in traditional left luggage lockers.

Convenience

Alexanderplatz is Berlin’s main square and transport hub, so storing your luggage in one of our many StashPoints in the area is easy!

Flexibility

Many of our Alexanderplatz StashPoints are open late or work 24/7 and provide you with flexible luggage storage solutions. You can leave your baggage with us for as long as you need without a worry in the world!

Affordability

Stasher offers an affordable way to store your luggage in Alexanderplatz, that also comes with many extras: from bag insurance to 24/7 customer support, you can be sure that choosing Stasher is choosing the value for money option.

Safety

Each piece of baggage is insured for up to £1000, and you can rest assured that it is in safe hands: all our Berlin StashPoints have been checked by members of our team to maintain high-security standards.

Trust

Our customer support team is available 24/7, ready to answer any question you may have. Our exceptional track record has earned us customer service awards from Feefo and Visit England, while more than 5000 reviews give us an average rating of 4.7/5 🌟

Whether you are waiting for a late check-in or you’re wondering what to do after an early check out, storing your luggage in Alexanderplatz is a great solution to enjoy all Berlin has to offer. So don’t drag your heavy bags all around the streets of Berlin. Store it with Stasher and enjoy the rest of your trip in Germany’s quirky capital!

How much does it cost to store your luggage near Alexanderplatz?

It’s just €5 per day, and €5 for an additional day!

Where are the StashPoints for my luggage in Alexanderplatz?

Alexanderplatz is where Berlin’s heart beats, as it is the city’s main transport hub and city square. It is, therefore, an ideal place to store your luggage as you explore the rest of Berlin.

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Opening hours

Many are open 24/7 or until late, giving you the flexibility to enjoy your day.

How to store your luggage with Stasher

All bookings with Stasher are made via our secure platform. Simply use the map to find a suitable host and book online. You will instantly get an email with a booking confirmation number that you will show to your StashPoint.

  1. Use the search bar to find a suitable StashPoint.
  2. Select approximate drop-off and pick-up times
  3. Book online!

Drop off your luggage and you’ll be ready to enjoy the best that Berlin has to offer.

2. Alternative Luggage storage and lockers near Alexanderplatz

Stasher offers a convenient, affordable and secure way to store your luggage near Alexanderplatz. However, we understand that you may want to explore all your options before proceeding with a booking. Below you’ll find information about alternative luggage storage options near Alexanderplatz.

Where can I find luggage storage near Alexanderplatz?

You can find standard Deutsche Bahn left luggage lockers inside the Alexanderplatz train station.There are only 32 automatic lockers, so spaces will fill up fast. Based on the official information sheet, there are 20 medium (28Wx42Hx80Dcm) and 12 large (62Wx47Hx93D) lockers.

Opening hours

Open daily from 12:00-00:00

How much does it cost?

The large lockers cost €5 per 24 hours and fill up fast, so you’re better of storing your luggage with Stasher instead!

Useful Information about Alexanderplatz

  • Back in the day, Alexanderplatz used to be a cattle market outside the city fortifications. The square took its name after the Russian Tsar Alexander I, after he visited the city in 1805.
  • Alexanderplatz was turned into a pedestrian zone during the 1960s.
  • The Alexanderplatz station (Alexanderplatz Bahnhof) is one of Berlin’s most important transportation hubs, served by three subway lines, three S-Bahn lines and the majority of tram and bus lines.

What are the top 10 things to do near Alexanderplatz?

  1. The Rotes Rathaus (Red Town Hall)  is one of the few buildings that were renovated after World War II Named after its characteristic red brick façade, it was designed in the 19th century by the German architect Hermann Waesemann. The Red Town Hall consists of many ceremonial rooms and halls, many of which are used for festivities and official events. The building is open to visitors Monday to Friday, from 9am-6pm.
  2. The Fernsehturm (TV Tower) is the fourth freestanding tallest building in the EU, and its impressive architecture attracts about 1 million visitors each year. You really can’t miss it when you’re walking around the area.
  3. In the Sphere Restaurant you can enjoy a meal overlooking Berlin from a height of 207 meters. You can book your table here. If you just want to enjoy the view from the observation deck, tickets start from €15.5 for adults and €9.50 for children.
  4. The DDR Museum is within walking distance from Alexanderplatz, and it is a great place to spend a couple of hours if you want to take a glimpse into the everyday life of East Germany.
  5. If you fancy some shopping, don’t miss out on a chance to visit Alexa. Not to be confused with its Amazon counterpart, this little shopping mall is a perfect opportunity to spend some time.
  6. Stroll around the Nikolaiviertel, one of the few remnants of Old Berlin within a hypermodern city. This is the oldest residential quarter of Berlin, and although it looks untouched by time, all the buildings were built after WWII.
  7. Hackescher Markt is a fascinating series of interconnecting courtyards and alleyways, with some unique shops and restaurants. Don’t miss the chance to stroll along the cobblestone pathways on a nice day.
  8. The Museumsinsel is a short walk from Alexanderplatz. That’s where you’ll find some of the most important museums of the city, such as the Deutsches Historisches Museum, the Pergamon Museum and the Neues Museum.
  9. Treat yourself to some sweet pastry at Cuore Di Vetro near Rosa-Luxemburg Platz.
  10. Rent a bike from one of the numerous operators around Alexanderplatz and explore the city in style! However, avoid doing so during the winter, as the cold can be unbearable.

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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.

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