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23 Angels in Dublin
! online booking is mandatory
280 meters from Connolly Train Station
In the center of the city
300 meters from Irish Whiskey museum
400 meters from Library Square
130 meters from Temple Bar
450 meters from Dublin Castle
250 meters from Busaras bus station
450 meters from James Connolly Memorial
220 meters from O'Connell bridge
270 meters from the Spire
600 meters from Modern Art Museum
550 meters from Heuston Station
550 meters from The Temple Bar
300 meters from Dublin Castle
Right next to Upper O'Connell Street
150 meters from The Custom House
200 meters from Busáras Central Station
350 meters from Connolly Station
400 meters from Stephen's Green Shopping Centre
500 meters from the entrance of Pearse Station
650 meters from Trinity College Zoological Museum
60 meters from James Joyce Bridge
In the Liberties
700 meters from Heuston Station
20 meters from Capel St
200 meters from National Leprechaun Museum
150 meters from Portobello bridge
400 meters from National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland
600 meters from Parnell Monument
700 meters from The Spire
150 meters from St. Patricks Cathedral
200 meters from St. Patrick’s Park
700 meters from Dublin Castle
400 meters from Dublin Trinity College
300 meters from Dublin Castle
350 meters from the Irish Whiskey Museum
300 meters from Teeling Whiskey Distillery
450 meters from Old Dublin City Wall
600 meters from St Patrick’s Cathedral
700 meters from Dublinia
600 meters from Dublin Castle
300 meters from Dublinia
200 meters from Old Dublin City Wall
150 meters from The Little Museum of Dublin
250 meters from Fusilier's Arch
300 meters from The National Museum of Ireland
400 meters from Molly Malone Statue
600 meters from Irish Whiskey Museum
650 meters from Dublin Castle
210 meters from Australian Embassy Ireland
260 meters from Count John McCormack Statue
800 meters from Waterfall Iveagh Gardens
110 meters from St. Patrick’s Park
450 meters from St Patrick's Cathedral
Bagbnb is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the BAGBNB team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and secure
All deposits are secure and guaranteed and all luggage deposited through the platform are covered by the Bagbnb guarantee.
Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.
3 reasons to use our luggage storage in Dublin
On the internet, you'll find thousands of articles and blogs about the best luggage stores in Dublin, but few of them are dedicated to online bookable ones. There are hundreds of reasons to use BAGBNB, but we want to give you a shortlist so you can make the right decision in no time.
1 - On holiday you have little time, reaching the traditional left luggage means standing in line for at least half an hour. Why waste so much time?
2 - Usually left luggage offices have a rate per hour and it's also quite expensive, instead our service has a fixed price.
3 - Lockers are often not supervised, but our luggage storage spots are reliable and secure.
Although these reasons are already enough, we also want to tell you that on the BAGBNB website you can also find long-term luggage storage, verified local businesses that can store your belongings even for more than a day.
If you don't believe it, try comparing prices!
Why give your baggage to anyone when you can give them to an Angel? Who is an Angel? It's a public business (a restaurant, a hotel, a mini-market and so on...) with a kind and reliable staff ready to take care of your burden. Our Angel can help you whenever you want and wherever you are. All you need to do is find your nearest luggage storage spot and get there! As we said before, we have a competitive rate! To leave a piece of luggage you only have to pay 5€ per day! No, there are no additional fees (e.g. if your bag is too heavy, etc.). You will find us in all the most famous areas of the city, such as Dublin Train Station, in the City Centre, near O'Connelly Bridge and also close to the Castle.
What you can do in the ghost-infested capital
Believe it or not, many people claim that several of Dublin's buildings are infested with ghosts. Sure, that makes it a chilling city, but it's also very captivating! Joking aside, you should visit the Irish Capital at least once in life. The city is a mix of Victorian and Georgian architecture and it's rich in history, culture, and poetry. Have you ever read any of James Joyce's novels? Pubs, bridges, and castles are the three distinguishing elements. In addition to touring the city centre, we also recommend a trip to the outskirts and the campaigns. In this way, you will be able to soak yourself in the typical Irish atmosphere.
Enjoy a fresh Guinness, and if you don't like beer? Here's what to do...
If you want to make the most of your experience in the city, we suggest you enter one of the many pubs or visit the Guinness Museum (The Guinness Storehouse). Here you can learn all the secrets of this world-famous brand Okay, we know that not everyone likes to drink beer, that's why we want to give you some tips to understand the Irish culture. Before going home, don't forget to visit the wonderful St Patrick's Cathedral, a building dating back to 1220 where you can admire beautiful stained glass windows of the nineteenth century and the stunning Lady Chapel. But if you don't like churches, then the Castle is the place for you! This beautiful manor located on the southern shore of the Lifley river is the most popular tourist attraction in the city.