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Luggage Storage Palermo

There are several options for storing your luggage in Palermo

  • Airbnb-style platforms: Platforms like Stasher connect you with local shops or hotels who can store your bags safely. Stasher bookings include our guarantee, and prices start from €4.75 and in Palermo we have 46.

  • Airport or station left luggage facilities: Usually, most airports and some train stations do have some services. However, they're typically not well reviewed and about twice the price of Stasher.

  • Ask your accommodation: Some hotels/accommodation may provide this, but beware that you are not covered by any guarantee and may invalidate your travel insurance.

Are you searching for luggage storage in Palermo (deposito bagagli Palermo)?

The Sicilian capital boasts over 230 opulently decorated churches, the largest opera house in the country, and 12 UNESCO World Heritage sites. In addition to its plethora of historical attractions, quaint villages and white sand beaches surround the city, providing ample opportunities for day trips.

However, Palermo's drivers are notoriously reckless, so you don't want to be walking around town with bulky luggage.

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Price€4.75Varies, usually slightly moreVaries, up to 2x more
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Guarantee€1,200Similar (terms vary)Cross Mark
Trustpilot Score4.8 / 5Between 2.5 and 4.4 / 52.7/5
Number of locations5478VariesOnly at stations/airports

Luggage Storage Near You In Palermo With Stasher

Stasher's international luggage storage network spans over 350 cities with more than 6000 Stashpoints.

If you've been looking for a secure and affordable place to store your bags, sporting equipment, or musical instruments while you explore Palermo, Stasher has your solution.

Stasher maintains conveniently located and fully vetted Stashpoints around Palermo and provides a better alternative to scarce and expensive luggage lockers in the city.

Why choose Stasher for luggage storage in Palermo?

When you visit Palermo, you’ll want to take in all the sights you can instead of worrying about luggage storage between hotel and travel schedules. Here are just a few reasons why you should choose Stasher for your luggage storage in Palermo:

  • Stasher has no weight or size restrictions, and you can store bulky or odd-shaped items without a problem.
  • Stasher maintains 4.8/5.0 stars from over 20,0000 customer ratings.
  • Every item you store with us is automatically guaranteed for up to €1,200.00.
  • Our partnerships with popular hospitality chains like Marriott International, Expedia, Premier Inn, and Accor Hotels make it easy to coordinate your travel plans.
  • The Guardian, TechCrunch, the BBC, and Lonely Planet have all published articles recommending Stasher’s outstanding service.

Baggage storage in Palermo with Stasher is just €6 per day and €5 for each additional day.

Where to store my luggage in Palermo with Stasher?

Our vast network includes over 6000 Stashpoints in more than 350 international cities, including Palermo and other destinations in Sicily.

Opening Hours

Stasher strives to find reliable luggage storage locations that open early and remain accessible into the late evening. You’ll even find a few Palermo luggage storage locations that stay open 24 hours.

How to store your luggage in Palermo with Stasher

You can reserve your luggage storage in Palermo in minutes with Stasher:

  1. First, navigate to Enter your destination in the search bar. If you’re already in Palermo, you can click the “Near Me Now” button to find the Stashpoint closest to your current location.
  2. Choose your approximate drop-off and pick-up times. However, you can always change your plans.
  3. Book convenient, secure, and affordable luggage storage in Palermo with Stasher.

As soon as you reserve your storage, we’ll send you a booking confirmation with directions to your Stashpoint. All you’ll need to do is head to your Stashpoint and drop off your luggage.

Luggage Storage Near Palermo’s Train Stations

Traditionally, train and bus stations have been ideal places to store your luggage, but these days, you’ll find fewer options at ground transport terminals.

Here’s our guide to luggage storage at Palermo’s train stations.

Palermo Centrale

Palermo Centrale is located in Piazza Giulio Cesare and serves as the city’s main railway station. Celebrated architect Di Giovanni designed the building in the late 1800s. The city expanded and reinforced the station in the 40s and 50s.

Palermo Centrale offers regional service in Sicily as well as long-distance, high-speed transport to Rome, Naples, and Milan. You’ll find Palermo Centrale luggage storage on the ground floor. The station’s left luggage facility remains open from 8 am to 8 pm. Prices start at €6 for five hours, and size restrictions may apply.

Stazione Palermo Notarbartolo

When you travel to Palermo, you may depart at the Stazione Palermo Notabartolo, the city’s second most visited railway hub. You’ll find this railway station at Piazza Matteo Maria Boiardo, northwest of the city center.

Unfortunately, Stazione Palermo Notabartolo has no left luggage facilities or lockers.

Palermo Bus Terminal

Palermo’s Bus Terminal sits in Piazza Cairoli, about a 15-minute drive from Palermo Centrale. The bus terminal serves all major destinations in Sicily, including frequent local buses to the airport and city center. However, you won’t find any luggage storage facilities at Palermo’s Bus Terminal.

Luggage Storage Near the Palermo Airport

Palermo Airport Falcone-Borsellino

Situated about 35 km from the city, Palermo Airport Falcone-Borsellino is Palermo’s primary flight hub. You can easily get to central Palermo by bus, train, or taxi. The airport has shops, restaurants, two ATMs, a post office, currency exchange kiosks, and free wifi in the VIP lounge.

However, there are no lockers or luggage storage facilities at the Palermo Airport.

Luggage Storage Near Palermo’s Galleries and Museums

Palermo serves as Sicily’s primary cultural hub, and you’ll find a wide range of interesting museums and galleries throughout the city.

Let’s discover where you can store your luggage in Palermo’s top cultural centers.

Marionette Museum

Antonio Pasqualino founded his International Puppet Museum in 1975 to preserve local traditions. You’ll find the museum inside the 18th-century Hotel de France building near the Piazza Marina. Visitors can explore anything they want to know about Sicily’s real Pinnochios through permanent collections, educational activities, and special events.

You can also see authentic Sicilian marionette performances at the Opera dei Pupi. The affluent Cuticchio family founded the puppet theatre in 1835, and the decor, puppets, and traditional themes have remained virtually the same for generations.

However, the venues don’t accept visitors with large bags, and you won’t find luggage storage inside.

Museum of Archaeology

The Palermo Regional Archaeology Museum exhibits artifacts from the Stone Age through the 4th century CE. The collection includes local and international treasures from Roman, Etruscan, Greek, and Egyptian cultures.

Admission is free, but you won’t be able to enter the museum with oversized bags.

Sicilian Regional Art Gallery

You‘ll find the Sicilian Regional Art Gallery inside the Palazzo Abatellis, a Gothic masterpiece that was the home of the former port master of Sicily. Messina’s “Virgin Annunciate,” Mabuse’s “Malavagna,” and the anonymous fresco “Triumph of Death” are among the museum’s highlights.

The Palazzo and Art Gallery prohibit entry with oversized objects in order to protect the artifacts.

Museum of Islamic Art

You’ll find Palermo’s Museum of Islamic Art inside the Zisa Palace. Between 1165 and 1180, Guglielmo II initially constructed the palace as a hunting retreat for Norman nobility.

Today, the museum includes three floors and two towers featuring Arabic friezes, fountains, lush courtyards, and columns with sculptures depicting hunting scenes. The museum’s permanent collection features works from all of the Islamic dynasties, beginning with the first Islamic Caliphate, the Rashidun.

Unfortunately, you’ll need to find a place to store your luggage before admiring the architecture and art at the Zisa Palace and Islamic Museum.

Luggage Storage Near Palermo’s Top Attractions

Palace of the Normans

Often called the Royal Palace of Palermo, the Palazzo dei Normann sits in the Piazza Independencia. Although the Moors originally built the palace to house Arab emirs, the city now uses the facility as the Sicilian Regional Assembly headquarters. The palace decor combines Arab, Norman, and Byzantine styles.

Highlights of the Palazzo include the hunting scenes in King Roger’s Room, the tranquil courtyard and garden, and the Palatine Chapel with its gilded mosaics. While you’re in the area, you may want to visit St.John of the Hermits, a Medieval Norman Church with striking red domes and lush gardens.

Unfortunately, there is no left luggage area, and you won’t be able to enter the palace complex with oversized items.

Palermo Cathedral

No trip to Palermo can be complete without a visit to the city’s historic cathedral. The cathedral’s crypt contains members of several of Sicily’s most influential families, including Roger II, and the treasury exhibits a dazzling 12th-century royal jewelry collection. Visitors can also climb up to the roof for a stunning panorama of Palermo.

The cathedral has no coat check facilities. However, you can store your luggage at the Infopoint Palermo Office at Vittorio Emanuele 351 for €15 per day.

Capuchin Catacombs

Despite its macabre theme, the Capuchin Catacombs remain one of the most intriguing sites in Palermo. The catacombs display over 8,000 well-preserved mummies, most of them monks and members of Palermo's nobility. Thanks to advanced embalming and dehydration techniques, some corpses appear alive, especially Rosalia, a two-year-old child whose angelic facial features appear like she’s merely taking a nap.

Due to the fragility of the mummies, visitors cannot take photos, touch the corpses, or enter with large bags or other bulky items.

Palermo Botanical Gardens

You’ll find the botanical gardens on the grounds of the University of Palermo. The city created the gardens in 1879 for hunting and cultivating lotus ponds. The botanical garden spans over 11 hectares and features more than 20,000 plant species.

The gardens are fully accessible for people with disabilities, but there are no luggage lockers.

Palacio Giovanni

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2015, the Palacio San Giovanni degli Eremeti began its life as a convent for Benedictine hermits. The church building is the perfect setting to enjoy a few minutes of peace in the surrounding garden and admire the 13th-century architecture, bell tower, and red domes.

The public can visit Palacio Giovanni for €6, and the church offers free admission on the first Sunday of each month. However, the complex does not provide luggage storage.

Ballarò Market

Outdoor markets are often the best way to get to know local cultures, and Palermo's streets are teeming with ancient Arabic street markets. One of the city’s oldest markets, Mercato Ballarò remains the ideal place to pick up your daily groceries or enjoy delicious Sicilian street food.

Quattro Canti

Quattro Canti, also known as the Piazza Vigiliena, dominates the center of Palermo. Buildings with concave Baroque facades surround the square from all four sides. Spanish Viceroys designed the Piazza’s octagonal layout in the early 1600s and began adding elaborately decorated fountains in 1630.

Quattro Canti makes an excellent meeting point if you’re traveling with a group, but you won’t find any official luggage storage facilities or lockers nearby.

La Cala

Palermo’s oldest port, La Cala, dates back to Phoenician times, and the city built the pier between 1300-1445. The U-shaped port makes a fantastic spot to have lunch or drinks at sunset while you relax and watch the world go by. Unfortunately, there aren’t any luggage lockers at the port.

Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele

When it opened in 1897, the Teatro Massimo Vittorio Emanuele was Italy’s largest opera house, measuring around 800 square meters. Unfortunately, due to political corruption, the venue remained closed for 23 years between 1974 and 1997. Now, Palermo’s Opera house hosts world-class productions and guided tours daily. Additionally, the Opera Terrace provides a 360° panorama of the city.

You’ll want to wear your finest attire when you attend a performance, and you’ll get some odd looks if you’re hauling around large bags or luggage. The venue only has a coat check area for small items and umbrellas.

Frequently asked questions

Is Stasher’s luggage storage in Palermo safe?

Stasher’s team vets each partner (we call them Stashpoints) to be certain that your luggage will be safe. We only work with trusted partners, and we regularly screen their performance to make sure they meet our quality standards. As policy, your luggage should be stored in a securely locked room. We also guarantee each bag for up to €1,200.00 in the unlikely case that anything gets lost, damaged, or stolen.

How does Stasher work?

Stasher puts you in touch with a network of local hotels and businesses that offer affordable luggage storage in Palermo. Book online, drop your bags off, and continue exploring the city!

Where can I store my luggage in Palermo?

Stasher offers award-winning, safe, and convenient luggage storage near key Palermo attractions and main transportation hubs. Simply search on our map and you will see all our options for where you can leave your belongings.

How much does it cost to store my luggage in Palermo?

Luggage storage in Palermo costs from €4.75.

Is there a size limit for luggage storage with Stasher?

No. Our flat fee per day includes oversized or overweight items. However, you may wish to contact your Stashpoint before booking to make sure the location has space to accommodate exceptionally large items like surfboards or upright basses.

We can accommodate all types of luggage, big or small. To ensure a smooth experience, contact us before booking if you wish to store any odd-sized items (such as bikes, skiing equipment, etc.). Our customer support team is available 24/7.

What will happen in case I have a problem with my booking?

Our award-winning customer service is always on hand to help you out. Chat to us using the online chat tool, email us at [email protected], or give us a call! We pride ourselves in taking care of our customers. Our stellar track record has earned us customer service awards from Feefo and Visit England, while more than 71338 reviews give us an average rating of 4.9! We are also the top-rated luggage storage platform on Trustpilot.

What if I need to change my drop-off and pick-up times?

We ask for approximate drop-off and pick-up times so that we can prepare for your arrival. However, you can always change your plans, as long as it is within the business' opening times. If you need to extend your booking for extra days, please visit and get in touch.

How long can I store my luggage in Palermo?

You can store your baggage at one of our Palermo luggage storage locations for a few hours, days, or even months. We offer discounts for extended storage. It’s up to you.