The Bags Parking luggage storage in Rome

If you are wondering: “Where can I store my luggage in Rome?“, the Bags Parking app is the perfect solution for you.

Finding a luggage deposit for your bags will be as easy as pie! Thanks to our network of Bags Manager (i.e., the owners of the luggage storage) located throughout the city, you will be able to find the luggage storage closest to you in just a few minutes and drop off your bags in total safety.

Whether you have a couple of hours left before your flight or you are waiting to check-in in your rental, there is no need to let your baggage stop you from enjoying every minute of your day.

 

Taste a traditional carbonara in one of the many trattorias, enjoy the breathtaking view from the Campidoglio Terrace, and if you want to come back to this beautiful city, don’t forget to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain!

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Store your bags effortlessly

Reserve luggage storage in total simplicity:

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Book

Download the app, find the Bags Manager that best suits your needs and book your luggage storage for the hours or days you need it.

Drop off

Drop off your baggage at your chosen location. You can contact the Bags Manager or customer service at any time.

Have fun

Enjoy your journey weightless and carefree. Your bags are in great hands!

Store your bags effortlessly

Reserve luggage storage in total simplicity:

prenota

Book

Download the app, find the Bags Manager that best suits your needs and book your luggage storage for the hours or days you need it.

deposita

Drop off

Drop off your baggage at your chosen location. You can contact the Bags Manager or customer service at any time.

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Have fun

Enjoy your journey weightless and carefree. Your bags are in great hands!

Why should you store your bags with Bags Parking in Rome?

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Verified deposit

Carefully selected and verified Bags Managers.

24/7 Assistance

Immediate support service for any doubt or request.

Easy Cancellation

Booking can be canceled at any time and in a few clicks.

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Insurance included

The warranty in case of theft and damage, up to 500€ per baggage.

Secure payment

High-security standards for risk-free and protected payments.

Unlimited baggage

No limits on the weight, number, or size of your luggage.

Why should you store your bags with Bags Parking in Milan?​

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Verified Deposits

Carefully selected and verified Bags Managers.

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24/7 Assistance

Immediate support service for any doubt or request.

cancellazione-facile

Easy Cancellation

Booking can be cancelled at any time and in a few clicks.

Example of a booking of a luggage storage in Milan

Insurance included

Warranty in case of theft and damage, up to 500€ per baggage.

Icon - insurance

Secure payment

High-security standards for risk-free and protected payments.

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Unlimited baggage

No limits on the weight, number, or size of your luggage.

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Where can I store my luggage in Rome?

Known throughout the world as the “Eternal City”, every day Rome attracts many tourists thanks to its archaeological sites and historical monuments that are able to transform a simple walk into a visit to the largest open-air museum in the world.

Cradle of Roman civilization and heart of Catholic Christianity, Rome is definitely on the list of cities to visit at least once in a lifetime.

No matter what your itinerary is, our Bags Managers are conveniently located throughout the city and within walking distance of Rome’s main area of interest.

Luggage storage near Roma Termini

Activated around 1860, Roma Termini is Rome’s most important railway hub and Italy’s busiest station. In fact, more than 850 trains pass through the 32 railway tracks every day from regional to national trains, with 150 million passengers traveling through every year.

Roma Termini is very well connected: lines A and B of the Rome metro stop here, as well as several buses, tram, and trolleybus.

Located in the city center, it’s just a 5-minute walk to the nearest major attraction.

If you find yourself in this area, don’t forget to take a stroll in Piazza della Repubblica – an impressive semi-circular square, with its large fountain and majestic arcades – and to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, with its beautiful mosaics adorning the floor and center aisle.

If you are looking for luggage storage near Roma Termini, make sure to check the Bags Parking app. You will likely find a Bags Manager in one of the streets around the area or one of the many bars, shops, or restaurants nearby.

Luggage storage near Roma Tiburtina

Located in the eastern part of the city, Roma Tiburtina is the second most important railway station in Rome after Roma Termini, as well as the main hub for high-speed trains in Rome.

Inaugurated in 2011 by then-President Giorgio Napolitano, this station is dedicated to the memory of Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour, as demonstrated by the large plate placed at the entrance.

This station boasts two main halls that connect the Nomentano and Pietralata districts, joined by a huge crystal gallery suspended above the last platform level.

If you’re looking for safe luggage storage near Roma Termini Station, be sure to check out the Bags Parking app to find the luggage storage that best suits your needs. You will find a Bags Manager on one of the many streets around the area or in one of the nearby bars, stores, or restaurants.

Luggage storage near Trastevere

Trastevere is one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome and one of the places where you can still find the most authentic and genuine essence of the city.

Here you will find some of the most spectacular monuments in the city. Starting with one of the oldest churches in Rome – Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere – to one of the symbols of Rome – the Fountain of Acqua Paola – and the Pharmacy of Santa Maria della Scala, an ancient apothecary’s shop where time seems to standstill.

Romans and tourists flock to Trastevere to enjoy its lively nightlife. Here you can spend an evening of fun and good food between typical restaurants, pizzerias, stores and stalls.

In this neighborhood is a must to take a walk through its cobbled lanes and climb Janiculum Hill to get a breathtaking view of the entire city.

To fully enjoy this neighborhood, look for one of our Bags Managers in one of the many streets, bars, stores, or restaurants nearby.

Luggage storage near Colosseum

Build in the first century by order of Emperor Vespasian, the Flavian Amphitheater, now known as the Colosseum, is the main symbol of Rome and the largest amphitheater in the world.

For five centuries it was the setting of the exhibitions of executions of prisoners, recreations of battles, exotic animals, and gladiator fights. Today it’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and since 2007 has been among the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Located in the archaeological heart of the city, the Colosseum is the most visited site in Italy, with more than 5 and a half million visitors every year.

The amphitheater is part of the Colosseum Archaeological Park, which includes many other monuments situated in the heart of Rome, such as the Roman Forum, the Domus Aurea, and the Arch of Constantine, as well as museums, permanent collections, and temporary exhibitions.

If you’re looking for luggage storage near Colosseum, be sure to check out the Bags Parking app to find the luggage storage that best suits your needs. Search for one of our Bags Managers on the streets around the area, and enjoy a hands-free visit to the archaeological site!

View of the Colosseum's exterior

Luggage storage near Vatican City

In the center of Rome, you will find Vatican City, the smallest state in the world with only 0.44 km² and less than a thousand residents.

World-renowned for being the hub of the Catholic Church, every year it attracts millions of pilgrims from all over the world.

In Vatican City, you can visit three points of interest: St. Peter’s Square, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Vatican Museums, where you can find the Sistine Chapel.

St. Peter’s Square, designed by Bernini during the seventeenth century, is surrounded by 284 columns and 88 pillars. In the center of the square stand out the obelisk and the two fountains. The obelisk, which is 25 meters in height, was brought to Rome from Egypt in 1586.

The square is dominated by St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the holiest temples for Christendom and one of the largest churches in the world. Inside, visitors will find extremely impressive pieces of art, including The Pietà, a sculpture by Michelangelo, and the statue of St Peter on his throne.

One of the most impressive parts of the Basilica is its spectacular dome, designed by Michelangelo, now one of Rome’s symbols.

Not far from the Basilica you can find the entrance to the Vatican Museums. The origins of these museums date back to 1506, the year in which Pope Giulio II Della Rovere donated his private collection. Since that moment private families and other popes have enlarged the collection of the museums until it became one of the largest in the world.

The Vatican Museums receive more than six million visitors a year and its main attraction is the Sistine Chapel, one of the greatest treasures of the Vatican and Rome.

Inside the Sistine Chapel, you can admire Michelangelo’s masterpieces, including The Creation of Adam, located in the central part of the vault that represents the story from Genesis in which God gives life to Adam.

The Vatican City is one of the must-see destinations if you are in the Capital. To enjoy the visit hands-free, look for one of our Bags Managers on the streets of the area!


In Rome, there are many things to do and sights to see. Between a sightsee and another one, we recommend you enjoy the specialties of Roman cuisine. If you don’t know where to start, we wrote an article about the traditional Roman dishes  you have to taste in the Eternal City.

Where can I store my luggage in Rome?

Known throughout the world as the “Eternal City”, every day Rome attracts many tourists thanks to its archaeological sites and historical monuments that are able to transform a simple walk into a visit to the largest open-air museum in the world.

Cradle of Roman civilization and heart of Catholic Christianity, Rome is definitely on the list of cities to visit at least once in a lifetime.

No matter what your itinerary is, our Bags Managers are conveniently located throughout the city and within walking distance of Rome’s main area of interest.

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Luggage storage near Roma Termini

Activated around 1860, Roma Termini is Rome’s most important railway hub and Italy’s busiest station. In fact, more than 850 trains pass through the 32 railway tracks every day from regional to national trains, with 150 million passengers traveling through every year.

Roma Termini is very well connected: lines A and B of the Rome metro stop here, as well as several buses, tram, and trolleybus.

Located in the city center, it’s just a 5-minute walk to the nearest major attraction.

If you find yourself in this area, don’t forget to take a stroll in Piazza della Repubblica – an impressive semi-circular square, with its large fountain and majestic arcades – and to visit the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, with its beautiful mosaics adorning the floor and center aisle.

If you are looking for luggage storage near Roma Termini, make sure to check the Bags Parking app. You will likely find a Bags Manager in one of the streets around the area or one of the many bars, shops, or restaurants nearby.

Luggage storage near Roma Tiburtina

Located in the eastern part of the city, Roma Tiburtina is the second most important railway station in Rome after Roma Termini, as well as the main hub for high-speed trains in Rome.

Inaugurated in 2011 by then-President Giorgio Napolitano, this station is dedicated to the memory of Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour, as demonstrated by the large plate placed at the entrance.

This station boasts two main halls that connect the Nomentano and Pietralata districts, joined by a huge crystal gallery suspended above the last platform level.

If you’re looking for safe luggage storage near Roma Termini Station, be sure to check out the Bags Parking app to find the luggage storage that best suits your needs. You will find a Bags Manager on one of the many streets around the area or in one of the nearby bars, stores, or restaurants.

Luggage storage near Trastevere

Trastevere is one of the most characteristic neighborhoods of Rome and one of the places where you can still find the most authentic and genuine essence of the city.

Here you will find some of the most spectacular monuments in the city. Starting with one of the oldest churches in Rome – Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere – to the Fountain of Acqua Paola – one of the symbols of Rome – and the Pharmacy of Santa Maria della Scala, an ancient apothecary’s shop where time seems to standstill.

Romans and tourists flock to Trastevere to enjoy its lively nightlife. Here you can spend an evening of fun and good food between typical restaurants, pizzerias, stores, stalls, and little stores.

In this neighborhood is a must to take a walk through its cobbled lanes and climb Janiculum Hill to get a breathtaking view of the entire city.

To fully enjoy this neighborhood, look for one of our Bags Managers in one of the many streets, bars, stores, or restaurants nearby.

A street in the Trastevere

Luggage storage near Colosseum

Build in the first century by order of Emperor Vespasian, the Flavian Amphitheater, now known as the Colosseum, is the main symbol of Rome and the largest amphitheater in the world.

For five centuries it was the setting of the exhibitions of exotic animals, executions of prisoners, recreations of battles, and gladiator fights. Today it’s part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and since 2007 has been among the New Seven Wonders of the World.

Located in the archaeological heart of the city, the Colosseum is the most visited site in Italy, with more than 5 and a half million visitors every year.

The amphitheater is part of the Colosseum Archaeological Park, which includes many other monuments situated in the heart of Rome, such as the Roman Forum, the Domus Aurea, and the Arch of Constantine, as well as museums, permanent collections, and temporary exhibitions.

If you’re looking for luggage storage near Colosseum, be sure to check out the Bags Parking app to find the luggage storage that best suits your needs. Search for one of our Bags Managers on the streets around the area, and enjoy a hands-free visit to the archaeological site!

View of the Colosseum's exterior

Luggage storage near Vatican City

In the center of Rome, you will find Vatican City, the smallest state in the world with only 0.44 km² and less than a thousand residents.

World-renowned for being the hub of the Catholic Church, every year it attracts millions of pilgrims from all over the world.

In Vatican City, you can visit three points of interest: St. Peter’s Square, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Vatican Museums, where you can find the Sistine Chapel.

St. Peter’s Square, designed by Bernini during the seventeenth century, is surrounded by 284 columns and 88 pillars. In the center of the square stand out the obelisk and the two fountains. The obelisk, which is 25 meters in height, was brought to Rome from Egypt in 1586.

The square is dominated by St. Peter’s Basilica, one of the holiest temples for Christendom and one of the largest churches in the world. Inside, visitors will find extremely impressive pieces of art, including The Pietà, a sculpture by Michelangelo, and the statue of St Peter on his throne.

One of the most impressive parts of the Basilica is its spectacular dome, designed by Michelangelo, now one of Rome’s symbols.

Not far from the Basilica you can find the entrance to the Vatican Museums. The origins of these museums date back to 1506, the year in which Pope Giulio II Della Rovere donated his private collection. Since that moment private families and other popes have enlarged the collection of the museums until it became one of the largest in the world.

The Vatican Museums receive more than six million visitors a year and its main attraction is the Sistine Chapel, one of the greatest treasures of the Vatican and Rome.

Inside the Sistine Chapel, you can admire Michelangelo’s masterpieces, including The Creation of Adam, located in the central part of the vault that represents the story from Genesis in which God gives life to Adam.

The Vatican City is one of the must-see destinations if you are in the Capital. To enjoy the visit hands-free, look for one of our Bags Managers on the streets of the area!

Store your luggage with us and explore everything Milan has to offer! 

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Store your luggage with us and explore everything Milan has to offer! 

Soon available on Google Play Store and Apple Store

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