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Where to Store Luggage in Dublin

Updated: November 19, 2023

This post will outline the multiple options you have for storing your luggage in Dublin, whether it is in the airport, train station, or with an Airbnb-style location.


Dublin Airport

Upon arrival or departure at Dublin Airport, you no longer need to worry about storing your luggage as manned and screened luggage storage is provided at the airport.

Dublin Airport Luggage Storage

However, it can be useful if you are only planning a short layover and are not staying in the city overnight.

You can find luggage storage at the Dublin Airport - Terminal T1 arrivals hall, which is open 05:00 - 21:00 7 days a week.

Of course, Terminal 1 is a large area encompassing many different services including restaurants, a variety of shopping locations, children's play areas, bathrooms, and more.

In such a large area, it can be difficult to find the luggage storage locations.

Luckily, we have a map you can use below which shows exactly where to find the Excess Baggage Company.

As you can see, the left luggage service in Terminal 1 is actually located near the southern end of the terminal across from the check-in areas.

This is a manned and secure luggage storage facility where bags are screened (x-ray) before storage.

The price of storing your luggage at the airport starts at €9 for up to 4 hours, €15 for 24 hours, €22 for 48 hours, and increases based on length of time.

TIP: If you have a lot of luggage, Excess Baggage Company offers luggage trolleys for free which will allow you to easily carry your suitcases around the airport without working up a sweat!

You'll find the trolley base across from the security station in Terminal 1, on the south end of the terminal adjacent to the left luggage services.



Nannybag and other similar companies provide a luggage storage system similar to Airbnb.

All you have to do is find a convenient location online, pay a fee online, and drop your bags off.

Their prices are quite affordable: €6 per piece of luggage per day.

This pricing includes insurance of 1500€ so you can go stress-free.

Many of the company’s stores are available 24/7 to meet the needs of travelers with flights or trains at odd hours.

Click here to learn more and make a reservation.

Additional Companies

Apart from Nannybag, there are also other luggage storage companies, which could come to your rescue if you need to store your bags for a few hours - or days - in Dublin.


This is one of the fastest-growing luggage storage companies in the world, and they have around a dozen locations in Dublin.

Their rates start at just €5 per bag per day, making them one of the most competitively priced services in the city.

If you want to save even more money, make sure to use the promo code FREETOURSBYFOOT at checkout to save an extra 5%!

Bounce also offers up to €10,000 of insurance for luggage, and they provide 24/7 customer support to answer any and all questions and concerns you may have.

Learn more about Bounce.

Stasher (Previously CityStasher)

Luggage Storage in Dublin with Stasher

Stasher makes it easy to start sightseeing as soon as you land, or do some last-minute exploring after checking out of your accommodation with their €5 and €6.50 per bag per day luggage storage.

All reservations include £1,000 of per-bag insurance, a tamper-proof seal, and 24-hour customer service by phone or website.

Click here to learn more and make a reservation.

Radical Storage

Radical Storage serves most major European cities as well, including Dublin.

Their reliable storage network uses a variety of business types, including restaurants, bars, and bike rental shops.

The company has more than 15 stores, called "Angels", in Dublin where you can safely store your luggage to enjoy your time in the city.

The cost of storing your luggage with Radical Storage is €5 per bag for 24 hours with a fast 3-minute check-in.

They also offer insurance coverage of €3000 for each bag for an additional €1.75/bag.

Click here to make your reservations. 

Dublin Busarus Station Luggage Storage


Busaras Station

Self-service lockers are provided at Dublin Busaras station with options for small, medium, and large lockers.

The storage lockers are located inside the Busaras station’s main building which is open from 5:00 a.m. to 13:00 (1:00 p.m.).

The price of station lockers ranges from €6 to €10, depending on the size. 

Most Important: Many of the lockers at the Busaras station are not operational so it is suggested to look for alternative options around the station.


Dublin City Centre Tourist Office Luggage Storage

In addition to sharing economy apps, there are also traditional self-storage facilities where you can store your bags for €7 per item while in Dublin. 

The tourist office has a large basement where you can store your bags.

The city centre has been offering this service for some time and has multiple locations open from 8:30 am - 18:00 (6:00 pm). 

  • 17 O'Connell Street Lower
  • 16A O'Connell Street Upper
  • 118 Grafton Street
  • Bachelors Walk, North City 

Each piece costs €7 for up to 24 hours of storage. 


If you don't want to worry about transporting your baggage at all, you can also get help from companies offering luggage delivery services.

Some of these companies offer to collect or drop your luggage at your doorstep and transport them between airports and train stations.

One great luggage delivery service company is Eelway.

The good thing about Eelway is that it is open 24/7 and their prices for storage, transfer, and shipping start at €10 or €25 per item.

If you have any questions, their website chat box is always open. 

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:

About The Author

Stephen Pickhardt

Stephen is the CEO of Free Tours by Foot and has overseen the transformation of a local walking tour company into a global tour community and traveler’s advice platform. He has personally led thousands of group tours in the US and Europe, and is an expert in trip planning and sightseeing, with a focus on budget travelers. Stephen has been published and featured in dozens of publications including The Wall Street Journal, BBC, Yahoo,, and more.
Updated: November 19th, 2023
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