Visitors in Berlin, especially those staying over the weekend or just for the day, are often confronted with a pesky question: “Where can I actually store my luggage?”. Obviously, nobody’s excited about the idea of wearing the same shirt three days in a row – and neither is your immediate surrounding, probably – while exploring the sights and attractions of the German capital.
On the other hand, lugging a suitcase across the Alexanderplatz or through the Tiergarten instead of going sightseeing or shopping? Not exactly the most enticing proposition, either. To avoid all stress and hassle and to allow you to fully enjoy your well-deserved vacation, here are some practical tips when it comes to storing your luggage in Berlin.
But as luck would have it, Berlin offers a multitude of options to store your belongings, whether you visit us for the day, the entire weekend or even longer!
One of the easiest way of scoping out the best options is to go to www.nannybag.com where you’ll find a whole list of partner stores and hotels that store your luggage. Prices start at € 6 for 24 hours, making this an ideal solution for those looking to enjoy their stay in Berlin without worrying about unwieldy bags and suitcases.
And of course, you also find a vast number of lockers to store your baggage or shopping finds at basically all of Berlin’s central subway and train stations, most of which are also conveniently frequented by our Hop On – Hop Off sightseeing buses. These include the Hauptbahn, the Central Station, (area C on the floors 1, 2, and 3), stop 8 on line 1, the Alexanderplatz, stops 1, 2, 3 on line 1 & stops 1, 5, 6 on line 2, Friedrichstraße, stop 5 on line 1, Ostbahnhof, stop 4 on line 2, Zoologischer Garten, stop 12 on line 1, Potsdamer Platz, stop 16 on line 1, as well as Gesundbrunnen, Südkreuz, and Spandau. Prices range from € 4 to € 6 per day, depending on the location. At the central bus station Berlin, the ZOB, at Messedamm 2-4, you even have access to lockers with video surveillance.