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Roma Termini Station Luggage Storage

Updated: May 19, 2024
 By Justin

If you’re planning to store your luggage at Roma Termini Station, this post covers all the details you’ll need to know, including where to find these facilities, prices, and hours.

We’ll also include information about other nearby luggage storage options you might want to consider.

Rome Termini Railway Station

If you're in the city, the Roma Termini Train Station offers storage starting at €6 for the initial 5 hours. The facility adheres to high-security standards, ensuring that your belongings are safe and well-guarded. 

Additionally, it offers flexibility in terms of storage duration, catering to both short-term and long-term needs. 

Here are the fees after the first 5 hours:

  • €1/hour extra until the 12th hour
  • €0.50/hour after the 12th hour

You'll find the left luggage office on the basement level on the west side of the station near platforms 23 and 24.

This is close to the final stop for the Leonardo Express, arguably one of the easiest ways to get from Fiumicino Airport to Rome.

You should expect to wait in line for access to this left luggage office, as it becomes pretty popular whenever a new flight or train comes in, which is likely when you'll be visiting!

This storage facility is open from 6 am - 11 pm.

Rome Termini Bus Station

Situated adjacent to Roma Tiburtina Train Station, Rome Termini Bus Station doesn't provide any luggage lockers or storage solutions.

Rome Termini Train Station is the best option for travelers looking for a place to store their carry-on luggage safely. 


Traditionally, travelers have been confined to storing luggage in lockers or other designated storage areas, often inconveniently located and costly.

Now, with just around €5 per day, you can store luggage in verified local shops and eateries around Rome.

The key benefit here is the flexibility and the assurance that your luggage is stored in a secure environment while you enjoy Rome's rich past and resonant culture.

Here are a few of the best options:

For more details about each of these individual services, please read our full post covering luggage storage in Rome.

Traditional Storage Centers

Sometimes you just can't beat the classics. Traditional storage centers provide a straightforward process. Simply walk up, drop off your carry-on bags, and pay a fixed rate.

Although companies like Stasher are gaining popularity, traditional storage centers are still favored for long-term storage needs.

Stow Your Bags

With a range of storage lockers near key locations like Rome Termini Station, Campo de Fiori, Piazza di Spagna, and the Vatican Museums, Stow Your Bags offers both variety and peace of mind, thanks to 24/7 video surveillance at all their facilities.

Lock & Stock

Lock & Stock in Trastevere delivers a wide range of storage options with flexible timings, operating 7 days a week between 6:00 a.m. and midnight.

For those concerned about the security of their belongings, Lock & Stock also features round-the-clock video surveillance.

Luggage Delivery Services

If you're someone who prefers not to be weighed down by luggage at all, services like Bags-Free offer an alternative way to handle your travel essentials.

They will pick up your luggage and either store it for you near Rome Termini or transport it between your accommodation and the airport. 

Pricing: €5 per bag for 24 hours

This service is handy for those on a tight schedule or extended layovers.

By considering these diverse luggage storage facilities, you can make an informed choice that suits your travel needs, ensuring that your Roman holiday is as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible.

Nearby Attractions to Visit

In close proximity to Rome Termini Train Station, there are a number of attractions that visitors can explore easily. These include:

  • Colosseum
  • Roman Forum
  • National Roman Museum
  • Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
  • Piazza della Repubblica
  • Baths of Diocletian

About The Author


Justin is a travel content writer and editor with over a decade of experience in the field. He graduated from Portland State University in 2012. He has lived in the Pacific Northwest his whole life and knows the American West Coast very well. Read More...
Updated: May 19th, 2024
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