Travel Tips: Where to Find Luggage Storage in Madrid

Traveling in Madrid, but not sure what to do with your bags? Not a problem!

Spain’s capital is well-prepared for visitors. It doesn’t matter what neighborhood you’re planning to spend the day in, there are plenty of options for luggage storage in Madrid!

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Literary Quarter

Cruising down Huertas or meandering through Plaza Santa Ana is much more enjoyable when not weighed down by bags! For luggage storage in Madrid near this area, head to Lock and Be Free. This urban locker storage is open Monday through Sunday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations can be made in advance by internet or on site. They provide access to free wifi, outlets for charging electronics and even have a boarding pass printing service! There are also 24 hour security cameras.

If you’ve decided to join us on our Huertas Neighborhood Food and Market Tour, then Lock and Be Free is a very convenient choice. Drop your bags off with them and come find us for a morning spent sampling local specialties at a traditional Spanish market!

Address: Calle Jardines, 11
Metro: Gran Via (Line 1 or Line 5), Sevilla (Line 2) or Sol (Lines 1, 2 or 3)
Price: €8 per day for a large suitcase, €5 for a small one

Spending the morning in Madrid and not sure where to leave your bags? We can help! For more info on luggage storage in Madrid read on!
Devour Madrid in Plaza Santa Ana!

Atocha

Museums, clubs, luxury hotels—Atocha is without a doubt one of the busiest places in the city! This also makes it not the best place to be when toting heavy bags. For quick and easy luggage storage in Madrid, just down the street from the Prado, go straight to the Atocha Train Station. Once inside, look for the famous tropical garden. At the end of the hall, next to the Burger King, you’ll spot the left-luggage lockers. Suitcases a bit on the larger side? Not an issue! They have lockers of a variety of sizes.

For anyone taking our Prado Museum Tour and VIP Botin Lunch, this is where you’ll want to go! It’s close to our meeting point and easily accessible. Just leave your things here and get ready for a morning of art, culture and food!

Metro: Atocha Renfe
Price: €5.20 for a large suitcase, €3.60 for a medium one and €3.10 for a small one per day 

For a day spent exploring the Spanish capital's most famous museum, the Prado, you'll want your hands free. For that, you'll need to find luggage storage in Madrid. Luckily, we can help!
Sights from the Prado museum!

Historic City Center

Madrid Lockers are located near the Plaza Mayor, perfect for mornings touring the historic city center. Literally right in front of the Mercado de San Miguel, there’s no way for you to miss it!

This is a great option for anyone signed up for our Ultimate Spanish Cuisine Tour: the original and must-do Madrid food tour! For those traveling with little kids in tow, then you’ve probably signed up for our Private Madrid for Kids Walking Tour with Activities and Snacks. Luckily, this locker space in Plaza San Miguel is just a stone’s throw away from our tour meeting point!

Address: Plaza de San Miguel, 2
Metro: Opera
Price: 8 euros per day for a large suitcase, 5 for a small one

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What could be better than a morning spent in Plaza Mayor?

Throughout Madrid

Not sure where you’ll be based for your stay? LuggageHero is exactly what you need. They’ve currently partnered with more than 50 local businesses throughout Madrid—shops, hotels, cafes, you name it—to offer safe, secure luggage storage close to anything and everything. All bag locations are regularly vetted by a LuggageHero rep to ensure safety and quality.

Price: €1 per hour (maximum €10 per day) per bag + one-time handling fee of €2 per bag (includes security seals and €3,000 insurance per bag and contents).

Haven’t signed up for your tour yet? Find them all and make your reservations here! After all, what better way to explore a city than by eating your way across it?

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