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Looking for reliable luggage storage facilities near Gare de l’Est in Paris? Well, look no further because you have just found what you were looking for! One of the favorite Parisian stations is the Gare de l'Est, an exquisite station that is considerably calmer than the frantic Gare du Nord next door or the frantic Gare de Lyon a mile or two south.
It opened in 1849 as the Gare de Strasbourg and then was renamed the Gare de l'Est in 1854 and saw the first departure of the famed Orient Express in 1883. In 1931, it was increased to its current size. The Gare de l'Est, as its name suggests, handles trains bound for Reims, Nancy, Metz, Strasbourg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, and Munich. It operates the Paris-Moscow Express and the Venice Simplon Orient Express on a weekly basis.
Whether you're looking for luggage storage in Paris while visiting the city or you want to store your luggage around the Gare de l’Est you'll need a secure location to store your luggage. So, waste no more time and find the StashPoint that suits you most!
Stasher is an international luggage storage service that is 100% reliable and secure. Moreover, our luggage storage network offers multiple locations worldwide in order to meet the needs of every traveler. In other words, you can easily find a StashPoint near the Gare de l’Est or anywhere else in Paris by using our global network of partner hotels, restaurants, and local shops.
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You probably already know what you want to do while visiting the surroundings of Gare de l’Est, but you can’t do so while carrying your bags around. That’s why we offer a number of convenient options for storing your luggage in Paris!
You could use left luggage facilities such as lockers in train and bus stations - but they're expensive, you can’t always reserve online, and have limited capacity. So, make the most out of your time, and book a StashPoint online!
It's convenient, affordable, and fully insured.
Stasher recognizes the need for safe and affordable alternatives to expensive traditional left luggage or locker storage at transportation hubs.
When you reserve Gare de l’Est luggage storage with Stasher, you’ll receive outstanding customer service, featuring:
Many of the city’s reputable shops and hotels have turned their unused space into secure StashPoints. Here are just a few of our most popular luggage storage locations near Gare de l’Est:
With Stasher, you’re sure to find the perfect location to store your luggage near Paris’ train stations. The majority of our Gare de l’Est StashPoints open early and remain accessible until late evening. Stasher also partners with hotels and shops that stay open 24 hours, so you can access your bags at one of our Gare de l’Est luggage storage locations any time you need them.
Finding Gare de l’Est luggage storage is quick and easy with our phone app or fast-loading website. You can book your luggage storage in minutes by following a few simple steps:
Gare de l’Est has luggage lockers on the Metro level near the bakery Paul.
7:30 am to 11:30 pm
Gare de l’Est charges €5.50 for a small locker per day. Medium lockers cost €7.50, and large lockers are €9.50. Station lockers are limited to 72 hours of storage.
Keep in mind that you may need to queue at peak times, and availability may be limited. Additionally, bicycles, surfboards, or other odd-sized items may not fit in station lockers. Furthermore, the station rents lockers on a store-at-your-own-risk basis.
The current Eglise Saint-Laurant hails from 1429 and features an elaborately decorated facade and stained glass windows. A 3-minute walk will take you to the basilica, and guided tours are available on Saturdays at 3 pm.
You can get to the Jardin Villemin in only 4-minutes on foot from Gare de l’Est. A stroll through the garden reveals heritage trees, flowers, and memorials to children who died during deportation. You’ll arrive at Canal Saint-Martin if you cross through the park.
Jardin Villemin is open from 8 am to 9:30 pm on weekdays and from 9 am to 9:30 pm on weekends.
Wine lovers will want to take the 6-minute walk through the Jardin Villemin to the Verre Vole, the Stolen Glass. The bistro has been serving natural wine and seasonal cuisine for the past two decades. The cafe is open 7 days a week and offers a set lunch menu for €19 to €21.
A 4-minute walk from Gare de l’Est will take you to Marché Saint Quentin, where you can buy fresh produce and other artisanal snacks for your trip or a picnic at Canal Saint-Martin or Jardin Villemin.
If you’re in town during the Halloween season, head to the Le Manoir de Paris. The Manoir holds an annual festival and performs an immersive horror show that will make your darkest dreams a reality. You’ll find the Manoir a 6-minute walk away from Gare de l’Est.
A 30-minute stroll or a 15-minute Metro ride will take you to the majestic Basilica de Sacre Coeur in Montmartre. Sitting atop the “Mount of Martyrs,” Sacre Coeur was initially built in the 12th century on the spot of former Roman and Druid temples. The basilica we see today hails from the 19th century and features a magnificent dome. You can take a free tour of the basilica from 6:30 am to 10:30 pm, and the dome is open from 10:30 to 8:30 pm.
The area around Sacre Coeur is one of the most visited neighborhoods in Paris. Its cobblestone streets and hilltop location make Montmartre seem like a French village in the middle of the capital city. Celebrated 19th and 20th-century artists like Picasso, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Van Gogh lived and worked in the neighborhood, and the area remains popular among today’s French artists and filmmakers.
If you’re a fan of impressionist and post-impressionist art, you can’t miss a trip to the Musée d’Orsay. Located in a stunning Beaux-Arts era train station, the museum houses works by masters such as Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir, Degas, Gaugin, and many others. Take Metro line 7 to get to the museum.
The 4.5-mile Canal Saint-Martin makes a peaceful spot to observe French fishermen, take a river cruise, have a meal, or sit and watch the world go by. With its low rents, the area has become immensely popular among young Parisians and is home to various restaurants featuring innovative cuisine. Canal St. Martin is just a 10-minute walk away from Gare de l’Est.
A 19-minute ride on Metro line 4 will take you to the Place de la Concorde, the principal site of the guillotine executions during the French Revolution. Today, the plaza features several famous monuments and an observation wheel where you can see panoramic views of the city.
Do you have a craving for Indian food or want to check out some breathtakingly beautiful Indian, Bengali, and Pakistani crafts? Take line 7 from Gare de l’Est to Passage Brady, also known as Little India.
The Georges Pompidou Centre houses the city’s contemporary art collection in one of the world’s most eccentrically designed buildings. You can get to the Pompidou Centre in 20 minutes on foot or 11 minutes on Metro line 4.
Opera fans can reach the Palais Garnier with a quick 11-minute ride on Metro line 7. If you can’t attend a performance, you can still tour the 19th-century opera house every day between 10 am and 5 pm, except on days with matineé performances.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the best examples of Gothic architecture in the world. Unfortunately, the cathedral has been closed for repairs since a 2019 fire that destroyed the cathedral’s 19th-century tower. However, you can still catch a glimpse of the building's gargoyles, rose windows, and flying buttresses from the outside. Get there in 15 minutes on Metro Line 4.
Paris’ Chocolate Museum, the Choco-Story, will tell you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the history and making of chocolate. You’ll also see amazing artworks made entirely of chocolate and have the chance to participate in a chocolate-making workshop. You can get to the Chocolate Museum in under 15-minutes on foot or take Metro line 4.
No trip to Paris can be complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower, a 330-metre-high monument constructed for the 1889 World’s Fair. To reach the city’s most famous landmark, take Metro line 4 and transfer to line 9 at Strasbourg Saint-Denis. The trip takes about 30 minutes.
Housing nearly 500,000 artworks, Le Louvre is one of the most significant museums in the world and a must-see attraction for every first-time visitor to Paris. The architecture alone is worth the trip, and highlights include the Venus de Milo, the Spouse Sarcophagus, and the Mona Lisa. You can visit the world’s most celebrated museum by taking a short 10-15 minute ride on Metro line 7.
Check out our Paris guides if you would like to discover more things to do while you’re in town.
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