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200 meters from Matabiau Station
350 meters from Place du Capitole
350 meters from Capitole Metro Station
650 meters Basilica of St. Sernin
160 meters from Matabiau Train Station
220 meters from Bust Station (Flixbus and Ouibus)
500 meters from Marengo Station
Luggage Storage in Toulose
Have you ever wondered what it means to explore a city without any bags? We offer you a brand new way of traveling luggage-free! BAGBNB works all over the world and partners up with verified local businesses to guarantee users secure luggage storage all around the world! Keep on reading to discover how to book the service and what is the price.
Flat rate and fast check-in
You may think that a service like this is expensive but you are wrong. BAGBNB is affordable and smart. We set a flat rate all over the world! In Europe, for example, it costs only €5 a day, per bag. We don’t apply any restrictions if your bag is heavy and there are no extra fees. You can find us in every corner of the city, in the City center or near the Matabiau Station.
Welcome to Toulouse, France
Now that you know that the best way to explore a city is luggage-free, you are ready to start your trip in Toulouse. This city is known as the Pink City because of its cozy redbrick buildings, Toulouse is one of France's favorite destinations. Exploring the city center, in fact, is a doodle! You can comfortably move to one place to another and try one of the several restaurants that surround you along the way. Order a delicious French breakfast if you are sightseeing during the morning or try a traditional dish if you are walking through the city during the day or the night.
The hear of the European aerospace industry
Toulouse is renowned for being the center of the European aerospace industry and hosts a quarter of all space employees. If you love this matter or if you are traveling with your children, we suggest you visit the Cité de l'Espace that, from afar, has been considered the best space museum in Europe. You'll find here many exhibitions and a full-size model of the Russian Sputnik, the satellite launched at the end of the '50s.