In this post, we list the many options in Prague for storing your luggage from locker storage at airports and train stations to the growing trend in shared economy “Airbnb-style” storage.
Stasher and its competitors below use a system similar to Airbnb in which you simply reserve a spot to leave your bags in a certified location near you for a small fee.
Now you can find the most convenient locations to drop your luggage instead of depending on overpriced luggage lockers halfway across the city.
All include €750 per bag insurance coverage for lost or damaged items. Each bag gets a tamperproof seal.
The best thing about Stasher is their pricing, just €6 per bag for the whole day and €5 each additional day.
You can get a full refund for canceling at any time and get a hold of customer service 24 hours a day.
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Several other companies throughout Europe offer similar services and are also in Prague. You might take a look at these companies of Stasher doesn’t have a location near you.
Nannybag can be found all over Europe and has dozens of convenient locations throughout Prague.
They offer €1500 per bag in insurance against loss or damage.
Their prices are quite good, €6 per bag for the first 24 hours; €4 per bag for each additional day.
You can get a full refund for canceling – as long as your reservation has not already started.
If you have any issues, you can reach their customer service from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm (9:00-19:00).
BagBnb calls their luggage storage locations “Angels” and use a wide variety of shop types – like laundromats and coffee shops – as storage spots.
The cost is €5 per bag for 24 hours and reservations are non-refundable or cancellable.
The price includes insurance with coverage up to €200 for each bag.
The luggage storage services are located in the Terminal 2 departure hall.
All items are subject to security checks, including X-ray screening and random manual searches.
You can store your luggage at a manned Left Luggage facility in the city’s main railway station every day of the week between 6:00 and 23:00 (6:00 am – 11:00 pm).
You can find them on the right-hand side after entering the station, next to the subway entrances.
Depending on when you arrive or move on, the open hours of the storage facilities might not be as convenient as one of the Airbnb-style options above.
If you prefer to not have to handle your baggage at all, why not hire a luggage delivery service? These services will pick up your bags at your door and deliver them to the airport or train station without you having to drag them to be checked-in.
Prague Luggage Storage will come to you to hold onto or transfer your luggage. You pay €12 for luggage collection of up to 4 bags and €12 for luggage delivery. They will hold your bags for up to 24 hours.
If you have up to 8 pieces of luggage, the collection and delivery fees go to €18.
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