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Vatican Museums luggage storage

Vatican Museums luggage storage

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Where can I store my luggage in Vatican Museums?

We’ve all been there. Your last day in Rome and you’re desperate to get into the Vatican, but there’s one thing just dragging you down….the weight of your bags. Whether it be due to an early AirBnB checkout or simply your hotel is unable to accommodate you, if you’ve asked yourself “Where can I store my luggage near the Vatican?”,  Stasher is here to lighten that load!

1. Luggage Storage near  with Stasher

Stasher is the world’s largest luggage storage network. We put you in touch with hotels and local businesses with a little extra space where you can safely and affordably store your luggage.

Why store your luggage with Stasher?


We are the most convenient option available, thanks to our low daily rates and no size restrictions.

✔️ Flexibility

Our StashPoints are conveniently within walking distance of all major tourist attractions and transport hubs

✔️ Trust

Each StashPoint has been personally vetted by a member of the Stasher Team. Each bag is also ensured up to 1000€!

✔️ Customer Service

We have 5000+ reviews on Feefo averaging 4.7/5.

How much does it cost to store your luggage near?

It’s just £6 / €6 per day, and £5 / €5 for any additional day!

Where are the StashPoints for my luggage near Vatican Museums?

  • Luggage Storage at City in Loop, located inside Vatican City and open every day 9am - 7pm
  • Luggage Storage at Rome Shuttle Limousine, perfect for storage if you’re visiting Musei Vaticani and just a 2-minute walk from Risorgimento underground station.
  • Luggage Storage at RLT Tours, open everyday from 9am to 9pm.

For a full list of our StashPoints near the Vatican Museums, head here 👈

Opening hours

Many are open until late, giving you the flexibility to enjoy your day.

How to store your luggage with Stasher

Storing with Stasher is easy!

1. Just find the StashPoint that best suits your needs using our handy search bar

2. Select approximate drop-off and pick-up times

3. Book online!

You’ll instantly get an email with a unique booking reference number. Next step? Drop your bags and enjoy Rome.

2. Alternative Luggage storage and lockers near the Vatican Museums

There are no alternative luggage storage facilities nor luggage lockers available near the Colosseum.

The only other option would be to store your bags near Termini station, which is 20 minutes away on the underground, or at another luggage storage service. You can check the options available here.


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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Useful Information about Vatican Museums

  • Vatican City is just to the north of the city centre of Rome and is easily reached independently by public transport. The Metro station Ottaviano S. Pietro is just to the north of the Vatican and is about 10 minutes walk from St Peter's Square.
  • Bags are not allowed inside the Vatican Museums, visitors are required to leave them outside.
  • Entry to the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Gardens is permitted only to appropriately dressed visitors. Low cut or sleeveless clothing, shorts, miniskirts and hats are not allowed.
  • The Museums are open from 9am to 6pm (final entry 04.00 p.m.) from Monday to Saturday.
  • Tickets cost 17€ per person. On the last Sunday of every month, the Vatican Museums are open and free for everyone. You can book your ticket here.

What are the top 10 things to do in Vatican City?

The Vatican Museums, including the Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Gardens, have been a renowned destination for both tourists and pilgrims alike for centuries. There is plenty to do in this area, read below for more useful tips!

  1. There are kilometres of galleries to explore at the Vatican Museums - we recommend you start early so you have a chance to properly admire the Stanze of Rafaello and Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel.
  2. Visit the Vatican Gardens, filled with lush greenery and trickling fountains. It's the perfect escape from the chaos and crowds of Vatican City.
  3. The Aventine Keyhole, located on the Aventine Hill, is one of Rome’s worst kept secrets, but we can assure you it’s definitely worth the hype. The keyhole vista lines up perfectly with the garden, centred on the Vatican in the distance.
  4. Wander down to St Peter’s Square, the keyhole-shaped piazza designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Bear in mind that the square is packed on Sunday mornings as crowds gather for the pope’s midday Angelus.
  5. Climb up St Peter’s Dome for breathtaking views of the city.
  6. Head to Castel Sant’Angelo, a castle dating back to Roman Times. You can explore the mausoleum, the prison, and warehouses, or the upper terrace!
  7. Craving for coffee? Sciascia Caffè serves some of the best coffee in Rome.
  8. If it’s lunch you’re after, you can go to Pizzarium for pizza by the slice or alternatively, they also have a mouthwatering selection of supplì.
  9. Finish off with an aperitivo at Chorus Café surrounded by Art Decor interior.

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