2 のAngels マリエハムン
350 meters from the Självstyrelseparken
300 meters from the Åland Museum
170 meters from the Rockoff Festival
150 meters from the Alandica Culture & Congress
350 meters from Miramarparken
450 meters from the Åland Museum
BAGBNB is now in Mariehamn, Åland!
It sounds wonderful, doesn't it?? Now you can go on a vacation or a business trip in Mariehamn without worrying about the problem of heavy bags.
BAGBNB is a luggage storage network in Mariehamn that has also partners all over Europe, always checked and verified by our hardworking team. We want to be sure that they meet our standards and can offer a flawless service.
We will always be by your side
You can have us always with you because we designed a special app! You just need an internet connection to find a comfortable deposit. Fill in the form and choose your payment option (credit card or Paypal). In the confirmation email, you will see all the information you need.
For €5 per day per bag, you will try this fantastic service! Drop-off and pick-up will be a breeze! So don't worry about being late!
A stress-free trip to the Baltic Sea
Mariehamn overlooks the Baltic Sea, is halfway between Finland and Sweden and is part of the Åland Islands Archipelago. The Åland is an autonomous province of Finland and is completely demilitarized. If you have chosen these territories as your holiday destination, know that the official language is Swedish. Mariehamn is the ideal place for those who do not like crowded or chaotic places and is renowned for the welcoming character of its inhabitants. Being a port city, you'll find connections to the sea on every corner of its streets.
Learn more about Mariehamn
Mariehamn was once one of the world's largest fleets of ocean sailing ships that's why it is called the PORT OF THE LAST WINDJAMMERS.
The modern city is full of cozy cafes and restaurants (where you can try a lot of seafood dishes), shops and boutiques. The Sjöfartsmuseum and the Museumship Pommern are must-see before you go home! There you can immerse yourself in the city's naval history.