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Milan Duomo luggage storage

Milan Duomo luggage storage

£6.00 per day


from 19100 reviews

Where can I store my luggage in Milan Duomo?

With Stasher, you can store your bags in secure locations all around the city and enjoy the rest of your trip.

The convenient alternative to lockers

Here's how it works:

Book online and receive directions

Stash your bags with Stasher's store or hotel

Enjoy your luggage free day!

Stasher locations in Milan Duomo

What customers say about us

Super easy and smooth service

Such an easy and smooth service. I needed leave my bag as I was watching a play for 2 hours. I cannot recommend this service enough.

Oner Ozdamar

Excellent service

Brilliant service. Such an easy process start to finish. Would deffo recommend.

Sharon Dodd

Safe and secure

First time using Stasher... with 5 hours until my Airbnb was available. Great service, very well organised and bag was locked away in a safe and secure area. Will definitely use again.



Easy to book and secure storage. Good access times. Simple.

Amanda Lucas

Excellent professional service

Fantastic service, very friendly, definitely will use again.

Peter Williams

Seamless Experience

First time user, experience was easy and fast.

Carmel Luttrell

Convenient bag drop

Convenient location, secure, long opening hours, friendly service.

Claire Ralph

Best service, rules and price

Great service. Best for luggage storage in any town.

Lukasz Dygas

Want more info? Here's the full guide:

Our guide to luggage storage in Milan Duomo

The Duomo di Milano and its enchanting environs can be breathtaking just to look at; the last thing you want to do is get winded lugging your suitcase around those ornate piazzas or in and out of gelato shops (...or cafes...or trattorias...). Whether you’re waiting to check into your Airbnb after an early arrival or just passing through, luggage storage can be a breeze - with Stasher!

1. Luggage storage near the Milan Duomo with Stasher

Stasher works with local businesses, shops and hotels that have extra space, giving you somewhere secure to store your bags while you go about your day.

Why store your luggage with Stasher?

  • Convenience: Ubiquitous coverage means storage is at hand wherever you might find yourself
  • Flexibility: No pesky size restrictions or complicated fee schedules; we handle the details from start to finish.
  • Affordability: Our low prices can’t be beat! 24/7 customer service is included, along with bag insurance up to €1000.
  • Safety: Each location is vetted by our expert staff and adheres to strict security guidelines for your peace of mind.
  • Trust: We partner with well-known chains like PremierInn, AccorHotels and DHL Courier Services so you know you’re in good hands.

How much does it cost to store your luggage near the Duomo with Stasher?

Storage near the Duomo is just €6 for the first day, and €5 for each additional day!

Where can I store my luggage near the Duomo with Stasher?

The streets of Milan spread out from the Duomo like spokes on a wheel

To see all of our hosts near the Duomo and a map, click here.

Opening hours

For your convenience, most of our locations are open 24 hours.

How to store your luggage with Stasher

Finding and booking a spot to store your luggage near Milan Duomo is easy:

  1. Use our map to find a place that fulfills all your criteria
  2. Select drop-off and pick-up times
  3. Book online!

Simple as that! All you have to do now is show up on location and drop off your bag!

2. Alternative luggage storage and lockers near Milan Duomo

There is a left luggage center at the Milano Centrale train station and lockers at another shop near that, but no other commercial storage is available.

Where can I find luggage storage near the Duomo?

Stow Your Bags and KiPoint Left Luggage are both about 15-20 minutes away from the Duomo.

Opening hours

Stow Your Bags: 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.

KiPoint: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

How much does it cost?

Standard size lockers are €1,00-1.50/hr for the first 7 hours, €12,99 for the first day, then €7 for each day after that; large lockers start at €2,49/hr.

KiPoint charges (per item) €6,00 for the first 5 hours, €1/hour from the 6th to the 12th hour, and € 0,50 for every additional hour.

Useful information about Milan Duomo

They say the Duomo di Milano took 600 years to build; so long, in fact, that the Milanese developed a saying: “lungh cumè la fabrica del domm,” meaning “as long as the work on the Duomo,” to refer to an endless task. You could certainly spend several days exploring the Cathedral, but you’ll want to keep some things in mind:

  • Select areas are free and open to the public, but most cost a few euro to visit
  • Combination passes can be purchased online
  • Separate tickets for the Duomo Museum and Archaeological Area are only available at onsite ticket offices
  • The rooftop terraces are only open seasonally, so be sure to check the Duomo website for dates when planning your trip
  • Tickets are valid for a single entrance to each area up to 3 days from purchase

Top things to do near the Milan Duomo

Known both as a “Global City” and one of the four Fashion Capitals of the world, Milan is a fusion of the old and the new, with world-class business schools residing alongside packed sports stadiums and soaring skyscrapers that dwarf ancient Roman ruins. The area around the Duomo is like a small city in itself, with architectural, artistic and confectionary wonders quite literally in every direction.

If you need some direction, look no further - we’ve compiled a list to get you started:

  1. Stroll through the world-famous Golden Square, or Quadrilatero d'Oro shopping district to see designer boutiques and elegant eateries
  2. Admire Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (and decide for yourself if the figure to Christ’s right is the disciple John or Mary Magdalene). You’ll find it at the Basilica di Santa Maria delle Grazie, an UNESCO World Heritage site
  3. Relive the intrigue of Renaissance Milan at the Castello Sforzesco, once fortress to the powerful Sforza family that ruled the city.
  4. Adjacent to the Duomo is the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, a sort of shopping mall home to the original Prada store and iconic neoclassical vaulted-glass ceilings.
  5. Opposite the Galleria is the Museo del Novecento where you’ll find a collection of Milan’s modern and contemporary art housed in the former Arengario Palace, designed in the fascist style for the dictator Benito Mussolini in 1936.

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