Hello traveller, if you want to take advantage of your free time while waiting to take a train or a plane to take a nice walk in the capital without having to drag your heavy suitcase, I advise you to leave everything at the Rome Termini luggage storage.
Both inside the station and just outside you will find luggage storage where you can leave your trolleys, suitcases and backpacks on the cheap. Let’s see together where they are and how much they cost.
Luggage storage in Rome Termini with Stasher
Stasher luggage storage is a service which, thanks to the collaboration with dozens of hotels and shopkeepers in Rome, helps tourists to enjoy the city without having to drag around the weight of their suitcase.
The storage point at Roma Termini is located less than a minute’s walk from the station and is open 24/7. However, there are also other StashPoints located in the immediate vicinity of the Colosseum, Roma Tiburtina station, and the Museums Vaticans.
The cost of the service is €6 per day regardless of the size of the luggage, and – not to be underestimated – each suitcase is insured up to €750 against theft, fire or damage. The reservation must be made online.
LuggageHero luggage storage
LuggageHero has 3 pick-up points in front of Roma Termini station and several nearby. LuggageHero is a secure and convenient luggage storage network that allows you to leave your luggage in authorized shops, bars and establishments in more than 50 collection points near the main tourist attractions, central areas and major transport hubs. All bags are covered by an insurance coverage of €2,500.
The cost starts from €0.95 per hour, and with daily prices starting from €5.95. Opening hours depend on each venue. Reservations are made exclusively online and there is no charge in case of cancellation.
Luggage storage inside Termini Station
Right inside the train station there is a left-luggage office open every day from 6 to 23.
It’s called KiPoint and is located on the same level as the platforms on the Via Giolitti side (the side after platform 24, to be clear), between COIN and Sixt.
The cost for each bag is:
€6 for the first five hours
€1 for each additional hour from the sixth to the twelfth hour
€0.50 for each hour after the twelfth.
Luggage storage Rome Termini Stow Your Bags
If you travel in a group and if you have a lot of luggage to leave in custody for a few hours, you could opt for the Stow Your Bags located in Via Turati 52, just 150 meters from the station.
With prices starting from €1.99/hour, it is possible to leave up to 4 trolleys in a locker that can be booked both online at this link and directly on site, in a video-monitored area.
On the website the prices are:
- €1.99 for the first hour
- €4.49 for two hours
- €7.99 for three hours
- €10.49 for four hours
- €13.99 for five hours
- €16.49 for a full day.
Each bag is covered by an insurance policy up to €300.
There are other luggage storage points also in:
- via Germanico n.20, in the Prati – San Pietro area
- in via della Vite n.42, in the Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain area
- in via dei Chiavari n.8, in the Pantheon/Piazza Navona area.
This luggage storage in Rome Termini is especially convenient if you are in a group of three or four people or if you need to leave several suitcases.
Luggage storage Hotel Agora
On the other hand, in via Marsala 80 there is the Agorà hotel which, for € 5 a day and without a reservation, takes care of your luggage, even during the night.
If perhaps you want to give him a ring before moving on, the telephone number is 06 4436 1278.
Luggage deposit Rome Termini Luggage Deposit
This Luggage Deposit is located in Via Giolitti n.127, right next to the train station, is open from 9 to 21 and costs:
- €3 for an item of clothing such as a jacket
- €3.50 for shopping bags
- €6 for the classic hand luggage trolley
- €8 for a larger bag.
There are other Luggage Deposits also:
- in the historic center in Via de’ Nari n.10
- and in Trastevere in via delle Fratte di Trastevere 44D.
Now that you know which are the luggage storage facilities in Rome Termini where you can leave your bags in custody, all you have to do is enjoy the city, perhaps following this itinerary on what to see in Rome in one day.