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Searching for luggage storage in Rome? Whether you have a couple of hours before your flight or you just arrived way too early for check-in, there’s no need to spend all your time in a cafe watching over your luggage.
There are many advantages to storing your bags with Stasher compared to traditional left luggage lockers in Rome. Stasher connects you with a network of hundreds of local businesses and hotels where you can easily and affordably store your luggage.
Here are some of the reasons you should consider Stasher if you’re searching for luggage storage in Rome:
Here are some of our most popular luggage storage areas and attractions in Rome
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Most of our StashPoint are open late or even 24/7. However, as each business has its own opening hours, we recommend checking before booking online, especially during bank holidays.
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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.
Brilliant service. Such an easy process start to finish. Would deffo recommend.
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.
Fantastic service, very friendly, definitely will use again.
First time user, experience was easy and fast.
Convenient location, secure, long opening hours, friendly service.
Great service. Best for luggage storage in any town.
€6.00Per bag per day
No height or weight restrictions
There is a left luggage facility located on the ground floor of Terminal 3, in the International Arrivals area. The service is open daily from 06:30 - 23:30.
Find some handy information about your trip to Rome.
Finding a place to book accommodation in Rome can be quite challenging, especially if it's your first time visiting the city. If you are wondering where to stay in Rome, read some of our suggestions below
Rome's central station is where the heart of the city beats. The station connects Rome to the airport and other cities in Italy and Europe. Therefore, there is an abundance of budget and luxury hotels, as well as Airbnbs in the area.
Only one stop away from Esquilino, one of the most exciting parts of Rome, the Termini area is also close to some of the city's most famous landmarks. The National Roman Museum, the Baths of Diocletian and the remains of the Servian walls are all within walking distance.
Navona Square is an iconic landmark of Rome, decorated with the magnificent Fountain of Four Rivers at its center. This marvelous baroque monument made by Bernini somehow manages to steal the show in an equally impressive environment.
Interestingly, Navona Square is the only historical square in the city without a church in sight. Some of the most important sights in the area are the Pantheon and the Sant' Ignazio di Loyola church. If you don't mind crowds and your budget allows it, you will have an amazing time staying in the area.
The area around the Colosseum is where the heart of Rome's nightlife beats. Once home to gladiators and similarly dangerous types, Monti is one of the oldest areas of Rome, with endless dining and entertainment options.
Don't miss the Saint Peter in Chains church, as well as Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the oldest basilicas in the city. If the idea of sleeping in the same grounds as emperors, gladiators and senators appeals to you, then Monti is a great place for you to stay in Rome. Just make sure to make the most out of the nearby restaurants!
Taxi drivers in Rome will tell you that using Uber is illegal in the city. However, this is not exactly the case. The truth is that the service was briefly banned in 2017 amidst backlash created by taxi drivers, however the decision was swiftly overturned. Using Uber in Rome and Milan is perfectly legal, although these are the only cities the ride sharing app actually operates in.
Even though you shouldn't believe the rumors spread by disgruntled taxi drivers, you'd better believe Uber is quite expensive in Italy. Legislation only allows for Uber Black and Uber Vans. Combined with the high demand and surge pricing, this can make Uber a surprisingly expensive option. Therefore, you might be better off just taking a regular cab.