Luggage Storage Barcelona

Where to Store Luggage in Barcelona

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In this post, we offer several different options for luggage storage in Barcelona, including a service that will pick up and drop off your bags.




It would be difficult to enjoy your time in Barcelona city while dragging your luggage with you. 

You now have great options for luggage storage in shops and hotels around cities across Europe thanks to these new Airbnb-style companies.

Stasher (The Airbnb Method)

Stasher and its competitors listed below offer you affordable, convenient and fully insured luggage storage through a strong network of local shops and hotels in Barcelona.

The companies promise to provide safe and secure luggage storage – all it requires is finding a location that works for you on their app, making a reservation, and dropping off your bags.


Where to Store Bags in Barcelona


The locations are called StashPoints and are almost in every neighborhood – especially close to all the major attractions and transportation hubs.

Their prices are just €5 per bag per day!

Every bag gets a security seal while it is stored as well as insurance against loss or damage.

Click here for more information or to make a reservation.

Additional Companies

Stasher is not the only luggage company in Barcelona as there are also other company outlets like of Nannybag and BagBnB. You can try them when in need of storing your luggage.


Nannybag is another luggage company that serves its customers from hundreds of locations in Europe.Nanny Bag Barcelona

In Barcelona, they have dozens of locations and provide generous insurance of €1500 per bag.

Their prices are quite affordable: 6€ per piece of luggage for the first day; 4€ per piece of luggage for each additional day.

Use our promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT for a 10% discount.

Click here to learn more and make a reservation.


Barcelona is Spain’s second largest city and if your heavy luggage is getting in the way, then you can count on BagBnB to enjoy your trip to the fullest. 

It is just 5€ per bag for 24 hours with a fast 3-minute check-in, but just €200 of insurance for each bag.

Click here to learn more or make a reservation.


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Barcelona Airport

Barcelona airport offers you the facility to drop or pick your luggage to and from the airport.

For this, they have a left luggage service at Terminal T1 and T2 where you can leave your luggage.

  • Locations: Terminals 1 and 2
  • Hours: It is open daily and costs just €6.00 per item for the first 2 hours, the €10per item under for 2-24 hours, and £7 per item over 20kg for 2-24 hours.
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Sants Estacó Train Station

You can find lockers at the main railway station Sants Estacó in the main hall. You can reach the train station with the metro lines L3 and L5.

  • Hours: 5:30 to 23:00 (11:00 pm) every day
  • Prices:
    • Small Locker €3.50 per 24 hours
    • Large Locker €5 per 24 hours

Barcelona Nord Bus Station

Located just outside the bus terminal, there are 50 lockers of varying sizes available.

  • Hours: 24 hours
  • Prices:
    • Small Locker €3.50 per 24 hours
    • Large Locker €5.00 per 24 hours
    • Ski Locker €7.00 per 24 hours

NOTE: There are only 4 ski lockers, so you may not be able to get the size you need during busy times. The area is also not manned or monitored.


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In addition to luggage facility at the airport and train stations, there are also self-storage centers where you can drop your luggage at a specific location and pay a fixed rate per item.

Locker Barcelona

Locker Barcelona is one such self-storage center located at Carrer d’Estruc.

This storage location offers a place for tourists to leave their luggage and visit the city’s major attractions without worrying about the safety of their luggage.

The working hours depend on the season:

  • Winter: Monday – Sunday, 8:30 – 20:30 (8:30 pm)
  • Summer: Monday – Sunday, 8:30 – 21:30 (9:30 pm)

Keep these hours in mind – they aren’t very flexible. Why don’t you take a look at the Airbnb-style storage methods above

Note: Locker Barcelona occasionally has sales on their storage lockers, which range from small lockers to large items like surfboards. Prices range from 3.60 to 12 per 24 hours.


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An option that allows you to leave the work of transporting your luggage up to someone else is a luggage delivery service.

Employees will drop off or collect your luggage to and from your doorstep.

Lock Luggage Delivery

One such company is Lock Luggage Delivery.

They send their staff to collect your luggage directly from your doorstep and deliver the same to any destination with the limits of Barcelona city whether it is an airport or a railway station.


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Which Barcelona Bus Tour Is Best?

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This post will cover all of the bus tours available in Barcelona. In addition to providing details about the landmarks included on these outings, we will also go over the prices for each service.




The following section will focus on each of the hop-on-hop-off bus tours in Barcelona.

These services will take you to all of the most notable sites in the city, allowing you to jump off and explore the area at your own leisure.

When you’re done looking around, you can hop right back onto the bus and continue your tour!

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Things to Do at Night in Barcelona

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Barcelona has a vibrant nightlife scene, even for those visitors who aren’t into partying. This article has our top 10 list for nighttime activities, free or family-friendly things to do, dining options, and museums and attractions open late. 




What is there to do after dark? Here we have a list of our top 10 tours, museums, shows, and dining options to explore at night.  Read more »

Things to Do with Kids in Barcelona

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Barcelona is an incredibly family-friendly city! In this article, we will list our top 10 things to do with kids, free activities, nighttime activities, dining options, museums, and things to do with teenagers.



TOP 10

There are so many things to do that you might not have enough time for all of them.

That’s why we’ve given you our top 10 list of things to do which includes tours, food recommendations, free things to do, and other attractions.  Read more »

What to Do for Free in Barcelona

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Barcelona can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. This article contains our top 10 list of free and cheap things to do, as well as free attractions, nighttime and family-friendly activities, and almost-free attractions.




From tours through the city and the best tapas to parks, free museums, and street art, there are a lot of free things to do in Barcelona.

Here are our top 10 activities for travelers on a budget.  Read more »

Best Travel Deals for Black Friday 2018

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This post will help you navigate through the myriad of discounts, specials and Black Friday deals for 2018 so you can continue to explore!Name Your Own Price Walking Tours

Keep in mind that our name your own price walking tours are always budget friendly in any of our cities and we have special blog posts to cover visiting on a budget or how to enter certain attractions for free with a tourist discount pass!

In addition to great savings on Black Friday, we’ll offer some Small Business Saturday savings to support local vendors we love, and keep an eye out through until next week for what some people are calling Travel Deal Tuesdays!

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Barcelona Tourist Passes

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This post will compare and contrast all of the major attraction passes that are available in Barcelona. We’ll break down what each service offers and discuss why you might want to consider purchasing a tourist pass.


Before You Buy

There are several different tourist passes to choose from in Barcelona. Some of them focus primarily on museums, while others offer discounts at several different locations. There are also transport passes which can make traveling around the city much easier.

In addition to these factors, you will also want to consider the differences between the all-inclusive, preset packages, and build your own options.  One thing to keep in mind is that most passes include skip-the-queue privileges at several tours and attractions.

An all-inclusive pass allows you to visit several locations in Barcelona for free. These attraction cards may also include discounts at a variety of different businesses.

You can also expect a bus tour to be included with this option, but the price for these passes are usually much higher as a result of all the services they provide. That being said, this is definitely the easiest and most stress-free way to enjoy sightseeing in the city.

In comparison, a build-your-own pass will allow you to choose the specific locations that you want to visit and save money on them. If you’re not interested in paying for all of the services included with an all-inclusive pass, this is an excellent alternative.

Rather than paying for admission to several attractions you may not even visit, you can select the locations you want to see and pay a lower price for tickets to each site on your itinerary.

If you’re not that interested in going to the Zoo or taking a tour of Camp Nou (both offered through all-inclusive and build-your-own pass services), a museum pass may be your best bet.

There are a lot of wonderful museums in Barcelona, and more than one tourist pass provides free entry to all of them. This is a much more affordable option and it may be preferable for some visitors. Read more »

Best Bike Tours in Barcelona

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This is a comparison of the various bike tour companies available in Barcelona. Whether you prefer standard guided bike tours, electric bike tours, or simply renting a bike and exploring on your own, Barcelona has you covered! However, with so many choices, it can be difficult to decide which company is best. So that’s where we come in! We’ve broken down all of the different types of tours by category and then compared them by quality and price, so that you can find what’s right for you!

Know Before You Go

Guided City Bike Tours

Electric Bike Tours


  • Be sure to inquire about a helmet as some companies will not automatically supply you with one. 
  • Don’t worry if you’re not used to biking in a city. Your guide will help familiarize you with the rules of the road, so you’ll be left feeling comfortable and confident in no time! However, if you’re worried about city riding, consider taking a bike tour on a day-trip outside of Barcelona.
  • Remember that Barcelona is a FULL of cyclists, so make sure you yield to locals who are using their bike to commute to work.
  • Thankfully, the large number of cyclists means that there are also a lot of clearly marked bike lanes. Stay within these lanes and follow basic traffic safety laws to avoid an unnecessary collision.


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Self Guided Food Tour of Barcelona

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We recommend Excursions Barcelona’s Free Walking Tour, which you can book here, but if you prefer to explore on your own. This self-guided tour will show you all the main sights of the Mediterranean’s most vivacious city.

Related Tours in Barcelona:

Barcelona is Spain’s most Cosmopolitan city, a metropolis where today you can find great food from all around the globe brought here by the immigration that has been constantly revitalizing the city for centuries. This manifests itself in the numerous Catalan fusion restaurants scattered around the city, but before globalization Barcelona experienced a huge scoop of Spanish culinary culture with immigration from the different regions of Spain. That’s what we’re going to explore today.

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