Where to Find Luggage Storage in Barcelona

Don’t let the weight of extra baggage (literally!) keep you from spending even more time exploring Barcelona!

So you’ve arrived in Barcelona early and can’t check into your hotel yet, or you’ve already checked out but plan on exploring the city some more before heading to your next destination. The only problem: what can you do with your luggage in the meantime? Nobody likes dragging around suitcases any more than necessary. Luckily, with plenty of options available for solid, safe luggage storage in Barcelona, you’ll be able to explore the city even more without your bags weighing you down.

Travel to Barcelona and don't let your suitcases weigh you down! From the Gothic Quarter to Gracia, there are many safe and secure options for luggage storage in Barcelona. Find the spot that's right for you! #Barcelona #Spain #travel #travelgoals #traveltips

Gothic Quarter

Barcelona’s beautiful Gothic Quarter contains the perfect mix of must-see tourist sights and authentic, historic charm. However, its age-old streets don’t exactly bode very well for dragging around suitcases! Luckily, thanks to Locker Barcelona, you don’t have to worry about that. The facility’s prime location right near Plaça Catalunya gives you easy access to some of Barcelona’s best attractions from the moment you drop off your bag. If you’re coming from or going to the airport, the airport shuttle stop is just a stone’s throw away as well.

Joining us on our Tapas, Taverns & History Tour? Locker Barcelona is just down the street! You’ll also want to consider this option if you and your family will be setting off on our private Barcelona for Kids experience, which transports little ones into a living fairy tale as they explore the gorgeous Gothic Quarter.

AddressCarrer Estruc, 36

Price: Variable depending on locker size and amount of suitcases. Book your spot on their website

There are plenty of great options for luggage storage in Barcelona, including several in the central Gothic Quarter.
Barcelona’s stunning Gothic cathedral commands attention from around the neighborhood.

Born

With an unbeatable location right in the middle of all the action in the historic heart of Barcelona, it’s safe to say that you’ll almost certainly spend quite a bit of time in Born while you’re here. If you’ve decided to make the storied medieval district your home base, Lock & Be Free is easily your best bet for luggage storage in Barcelona. With 24-hour security cameras running and an option to leave your backpack for free when storing your suitcase, their services are fairly priced and housed in a safe, central facility. Plus, they offer so much more than just luggage storage. You can charge your phone, pick up a map of Barcelona, access free wifi and even print your boarding pass!

Lock & Be Free is located right around the corner from the bustling Santa Caterina market, making it an ideal choice for visitors embarking on our Tastes & Traditions of Barcelona Tour. It’s also close to where our Evening Tapas & Wine Tour kicks off right in the heart of Born, too. Leave your bags here hassle-free and head off on your foodie adventure!

Address: Carrer dels Mercaders, 22

Price: Large suitcases: €4 per day. Small suitcases: €2.50 per day. Reserve your storage spot and pay on their website

Lock and Be Free is an excellent option for luggage storage in Barcelona in the Born neighborhood.
The Santa Caterina Market is one of Born’s most distinctive buildings. You’ll be able to spot it from down the street!

Sant Antoni

If you’re looking to get off the beaten path, living (and eating) like a local, you won’t want to miss the vibrant, vivacious Sant Antoni neighborhood. Located just south of the city center, it provides an authentic slice of Barcelona life that is hard to come by closer to the main tourist sights. In this neck of the woods, Rent a Bike BCN is your best bet for luggage storage in Barcelona. Here, bags and suitcases of any size, as well as large pieces of sporting equipment, will be safe and sound in a safe facility complete with video surveillance. And as you might have guessed from the name, they also offer excellent bike rental services here in Barcelona. If you’re just arriving in town, drop off your bag and pick up a rental bike: two birds, one stone!

Make a note of this spot for luggage storage in Barcelona if you’re planning on taking our Tapas Like a Local Tour. Drop off your things and get ready for a fun, food-filled evening in Sant Antoni!

AddressCarrer de Llança, 13

PriceLarge suitcases: €5. Small suitcases: €3. 

Rent a Bike Barcelona provides safe luggage storage in Barcelona right in Sant Antoni, within walking distance of some of our favorite tapas bars!
You’ll fall in love with the charming old-school tapas bars in Sant Antoni.

Gracia

Once a standalone village, Gracia found itself swallowed up by the behemoth metropolis that is Barcelona more than a century ago. Today, it still retains its original sense of small-town charm despite its current location as part of the Catalan capital. It also features two Keepiz facilities for easy luggage storage. Keepiz is a network of small local businesses—bars, shops, and the like—with safe luggage storage available. Not only will you have access to secure luggage storage in Barcelona, but you’ll also be supporting a local business, which receives a cut of your payment. (And as you may have already figured out, we’re all about supporting locally owned bars, shops and restaurants wherever we go!)

If you’ll be tagging along on our Gracia Neighborhood Food & Market Tour, definitely consider storing your luggage at one of Keepiz’s two Gracia luggage storage locations. From there, you’ll be off to explore one of our favorite foodie neighborhoods in Barcelona!

AddressAvailable after booking. Approximate locations available on the map on their website.

Price1-3 bags: from €5 per bag per day.

Now that you know where to find the best and most convenient luggage storage in Barcelona, it’s time to eat! Drop your bags off and join us on one of our award-winning food tours here in the Catalan capital. From bustling local markets to happening tapas bars to century-old bodegas, you’ll experience it all and taste the best bites along the way!

Life is too short to speak one language and stay in one place. In 2015, this philosophy took her from familiar Ohio to sunny southern Spain. Usually drinking tinto de verano, reading Lorca, or attempting to dance flamenco (not all at once). Follow her blog, Viatic Couture, for more.

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