Want to discover the city without the (literal) burden of baggage? Check out the best places for luggage storage in Lisbon!
No one likes lugging their bags around Lisbon. This city’s endless hills may lead to incredible views, but they also make it especially exhausting to carry around a suitcase. Not to mention the fact that all those beautiful tiled streets can be rough on rolling bags. Luckily, there are plenty of places to store your luggage while you discover the Portuguese capital!
Where to store luggage in Lisbon
Maybe you’ve just arrived in Lisbon or you’re about to leave, and it’s not convenient or possible to store your stuff where you’re staying. Whatever the situation, there’s an easy solution. Plenty of companies offer short-term storage for your bags right in the city center.
Stop by one of these places to drop your stuff off while you explore Lisbon on foot, or before joining a food tour with us. You can leave your bags for a few hours or even a whole day, and then enjoy the city worry-free. Here are our top picks for luggage storage in Lisbon.
City Lockers – Left Luggage Lockers
It doesn’t get much more convenient than City Lockers. With three locations in the center of Lisbon—all just a few minutes away from where our morning tour begins—they make it easy to store your stuff. The Praça da Figueira and Martim Moniz locations are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There’s also one at the Rossio metro station, making it extra easy to go directly to the airport.
City Lockers are entirely self-service; all you have to do is place your bags in a locker, pay at the machine (make sure you have coins) and receive a ticket with your access code. Prices depend on the size of the locker and the amount of time you need, starting at just €1.50 for up to one hour. If you need longer than that, you’ll pay the rest when you come collect your stuff!
LisBagBnb – Luggage Storage Rossio
If you’d rather book your luggage storage in advance, LisBagBnb is a great option. It allows you to reserve a spot for your bags online by submitting a form with your contact info and check-in/check-out times. It’s conveniently located on Rua dos Douradores, right in the middle of all the main attractions.
Storage prices depend on the size of your luggage; for a full day, you’ll pay €5–7 per bag. Keep in mind that this place is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., so if you’ve got an early-morning or late-night flight, it might not be ideal. Otherwise, it’s a great choice for luggage storage in Lisbon.
Free Yourself Luggage Storage
This place offers exactly what it sounds like: the chance to free yourself of cumbersome baggage and make your day a little bit lighter. Unlike some other places, Free Yourself has a full storefront. Inside you’ll find a lounge area, restrooms and refreshments. They can even print your boarding pass.
This place is open every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., and prices start at €4. It’s also located on Rua dos Douradores, in between Praça do Comércio and Praça da Figueira. For a more personal luggage storage experience, let the friendly staff here brighten your day!
Note: As of April 2020, Free Yourself is temporarily closed.
Stasher – Luggage Storage Network
If you want an alternative to self-service luggage lockers, Stasher has you covered. They’ve created a network of local businesses and hotels in Lisbon that will let you store your bags with them. All you have to do is sign up online and then present your confirmation code at the location—there are over a dozen spots to choose from!
Stasher has a flat rate of €5 per day, per item. When you drop off your stuff, you’ll get an identification tag to make retrieval as easy as possible. This is a super secure and convenient way to store your luggage, with high safety standards and insurance of up to €750 for each bag.
Looking for luggage storage in the hilliest, most historic part of Lisbon? Bagsitter is located in the Mouraria neighborhood, close to Graça and Alfama. Its cute storefront is painted bright yellow, making it hard to miss. Inside they also sell drinks and advertise tours, and there’s an ATM out front, making it a one-stop shop for travelers in Lisbon.
Bagsitter is known for its reasonable prices, efficiency and great customer service. It’s a smaller operation than some of the more well-known options for luggage storage in Lisbon, so you’re sure to get personal attention—and it’s always nice to support a local business!
Melissa first moved to Madrid to explore her interests in linguistics and communication, and quickly fell in love with the city’s culture and cuisine. She’s particularly passionate about Spanish vermouth and canned seafood, and makes it a point to drench absolutely everything in olive oil.