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

Bagbnb is a local experience

Our Angels are bars and bistros who have been checked and approved by the BAGBNB team, waiting to welcome you all over 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.

Choose BAGBNB, your reliable luggage storage in Lucerne

BAGBNB’s Angels are the perfect solution if you are in the city for a few hours and don't want to waste your time dragging suitcases. Our Angels are reliable local businesses that transformed unused rooms inside their businesses into comfortable and locked luggage storage locations. Maybe you won’t feel safe to leave your stuff with an unknown service, but we guarantee that all our partners have passed a very difficult test! We chose them because trustworthy, friendly and serious.

How much is BAGBNB?

Unlike our competitors, we don’t have a rate per hour, but a rate per day. Yes, if you decide to book a place for your luggage with us you will pay a fixed price. It’s just €5 a day per piece of luggage and there aren’t additional costs of any kind. You can leave your baggage with us the whole day or a few hours, it costs always €5.

Lucerne is a fairy city

Lucerne, a small city known for its well-preserved medieval architecture, stands on the shores of Lake Lucerne and it’s nestled among the Alps. If you are there for the first time, you feel like you have entered a fairy tale place, such as the ones you saw in the storybooks when you were a child. The city will intrigue you with its colorful streets, the sloping roofs, and shops of all kinds. Did you know that the best chocolates in the world are sold here? If you have a sweet tooth, you can’t miss their exceptional taste!

Visit the Chapel Bridge

If you are spending a holiday in this corner of Switzerland, don't forget to visit the Chapel Bridge (in German: Kapellbrücke) located in the heart of the city, on the river Reuss. It was built in 1333 but destroyed by a fire in 1993. After the tragedy, however, it was rebuilt and is now still one of the most popular attractions! 30 of the 158 original paintings destroyed during the terrible fire have been restored and are now visible to the public!