Book now your luggage storage in Budapest on BAGBNB, the first luggage storage network.

Bagbnb is a local experience

Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the BAGBNBB team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!

Online booking

Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.

Your safe luggage storage in Budapest

Reach BAGBNB luggage storage in Budapest and keep on walking stress-free! These words are not enough to describe all the benefits of our service, but it will give you many useful suggestions!
We are not like the usual luggage lockers we are more! You can leave your burden at local businesses such as hotels, restaurants, and even groceries! They all are near strategic transit nodes!

We are all over the city!

Whether climbing Gellért Hill or relaxing in a thermal bath, Budapest luggage storage is an essential part of any travel planning. You will find us near Kelenföld Railway Station, Keleti Station or in the City Center!
You can also find 24 hour luggage storage! of ours in Budapest and others close to the main monuments! And what about the price? It’s affordable! €5 a day per bag! It may sound incredible, but it’s true!

The Buda and the Pest side

Hungary’s capital tells the story of two cities, Buda and Pest, split by the Danube river. Buda is a place loved by families because calm and green, Pest is vibrant and full of bars, restaurants, and clubs.
Budapest is affordable, even if electronic items can be pricier due to a high sales tax rate.
The city has something good for everyone – from flamboyant buildings and museums to a lot of spas and a vivid nightlife!

Thermal Oasis

A thermal bath can soothe even the most tired traveler. Entering the Budapest spas is the perfect way to start or end your experience in the city.
Gellért's (Gellért gyógyfürdő) is certainly the most beautiful spa! Its Art Nouveau structure with a glass dome on the main pool makes it a special place. The complex was built between 1912 and 1918 but was severely damaged by Soviet bombing during World War II (later rebuilt).