Luggage Storage Berlin
This post covers luggage storage in Berlin, including lockers, left luggage facilities at train stations and airports, and the recent trend of leaving bags at certified shops, restaurants, and hotels.
- Luggage Storage (the Airbnb Method)
- Bus and Train Stations
- Other Cities
- Free Things to Do in Berlin
- Free Tours by Foot
LUGGAGE STORAGE (THE AIRBNB METHOD)
Stasher and the other companies below employ a system similar to Airbnb.
Search for a location, make a reservation, and leave your bags at a certified location convenient to you!
Insurance is included in the price, though amounts will vary.
When you drop off your bags they will be secured by some method, usually a zip tie with a unique number or a security seal.
Stasher (formerly CityStasher)
Stasher is a very reputable storage service that is easy to use and is priced quite reasonably.
They charge a flat rate of €5 per bag per day. Insurance up to €845 per bag is included in the price.
Simply search their website for a location near you. Your search will show a map of the locations along with their open hours so you can see which Stashpoint is most convenient.
When you drop off your bags, show the host your reservation email and photo ID.
When you return for your luggage, just show your security tag, collect your bags, and go!
Click here for more information and to make a reservation.
You can find other companies that offer similar services.
Depending on where you are in the city, you might find more convenient locations or different benefits than with Stasher.
Nannybag can be found all over Europe and has dozens of convenient locations throughout Berlin. They have arranged with local hotels and shops to store your luggage.
Their prices are quite good – €6 per bag for the first 24 hours; €4 per bag for each additional day.
Reservations and payments are made through their website and there is no fee for canceling as long as your reservation time has not started.
Note that not all locations are accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Click here to learn more and make a reservation.
BagBnB calls the different locations where you can keep your luggage ‘Angels’. You might find a laundromat or coffee shop in which to drop your bags.
The cost is €5 per bag per day. Pick-ups after midnight will be charged an extra day, so keep track of time! Reservations are non-refundable.
Customers can leave reviews, which can help you decide which ‘Angel’ is right for you.
Click here to make your reservations.
TIP: We’ve had many guests take one of our two-hour pay-what-you-like tours during a long stopover in Berlin. You can easily find a short-term storage location within a couple minutes’ walk from these tours of ours:
- Where: Terminal A (ground floor) service center
- Hours: Every day from 5:00 am – 10:30 pm (22:30)
- Price: €7.20 per item, per calendar day for bags no larger than 90 x 60 x 30 cm. Larger bags cost €9.90
- The length of time items can be kept in storage is unlimited
- Where: Terminal D Arrival
- Hours: Sunday – Friday from 7:30 am – 23:30 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am – 18:00 pm
- Price: €4to €6 for hand luggage, and €6 to €10 for normal checked luggage
- The length of time you can leave luggage ranges from 5 hours to unlimited time
TIP: Check out our post Cheap and easy ways of getting to and from the Berlin airports.
Central Bus Station ZOB
Open daily from 12:00 am until 12:00 pm. There are 20 small lockers, 54 large lockers, and 6 oversized lockers. Depending on the size of the locker, the cost is between €2 to €5 per day. The area is under video surveillance.
Central Train Station – Hauptbahnhof
Open 24 hours a day, every day. Located in the car park outside the main building in area C on the1st, 2nd and 3rd floor.
Depending on the size, the lockers cost between €4 and €6 a day. The maximum storage period is 72 hours.
If you prefer a left luggage office, there is one open daily, 6:00 am -10 pm (22:00). The cost is €5 per item.
Other Stations with locker storage: Alexanderplatz, Ostbahnhof, Friedrichstraße, Potsdamer Platz, Zoologischer Garten.
TIP: You may find our post on how to navigate Berlin with Public Transport helpful.
BAGGAGE DELIVERY SERVICES
There are some services available that will pick up your luggage at your accommodations and deliver them to the airport, as well as take them from the airport to your hotel or BnB.
DHL is the most well-known baggage delivery service in the Berlin area. They will even ship your luggage ahead to your next destination if it is within Germany.
You can ship luggage up to 31.5 kg in weight with insurance coverage of €500 included in the price.
Traveling to other cities as well? Check out our luggage storage post for solutions in all major European and North American cities, or click below: