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5 Angels in Skopje
! online booking is mandatory
220 meters from Evangelical Church
500 meters from Embassy of Romania
500 meters from Vero Center Wall
700 meters from Park Woman Warrior
500 meters from Art Bridge
500 meters from the Old Bazaar
500 meters from Chifte Hamam
500 meters from the Museum of Macedonia
100 meters from Kurshumli-han
180 meters from Museum of Macedonia
240 meters from Mosque of Mustafa Pasha
600 meters from Memorial House Mother Teresa
500 meters from the Park Woman Warrior
400 meters from Gate Macedonia
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.
BAGBNB will be your favourite luggage storage in Skopje
Are you looking for a convenient solution to get rid of your bags? BAGBNB is there for you! Our luggage storage locations cost €5 a day, per piece of luggage. You find them all over the city! Enable geolocation on your device to find the nearest BAGBNB Angel. For example, you can use our service if you don't know where to leave your belongings after checking out the hotel or during a stopover.
What is a BAGBNB Angel?
An Angel is a local company checked by our team. It can be a restaurant, a hotel, a shop or a convenience store. BAGBNB's Angels are safe and professional. They will take care of your bags while you do what you like best.
The booking system is simple and fast. You can reserve a cosy place for your baggage through the website or the app. Yes, we have a useful application! You can take us with you wherever you are!
History and Mother Teresa
Skopje is the capital of North Macedonia and is one and a half hours from Pristina and two hours from Thessaloniki. It is a place rich in history as it has always been a commercial crossroads between East and West. Unfortunately, it was destroyed by several earthquakes, including a very violent one, in 1963. After this disaster, the United Nations entrusted the reconstruction of the city to the famous Japanese architect Kenzō Tange.
Nowadays, Skopje is renowned for its beautiful mosques and Orthodox churches, the fortress, dating from the sixth century, and for being the birthplace of St. Theresa of Calcutta.
Things to do in Skopje
Although the old buildings were almost destroyed by the earthquake, Skopje city center still maintains its elegant nature.
Moreover, Skopje has a green heart where you can find your peace or have a relaxing walk. If you have no idea about what to see, we suggest you visit the historic Kale's Fortress. Located in the highest area of the city offers visitors an amazing view of the whole city!