Where to Find Affordable Luggage Storage in Berlin

by Oliver Stallwood  |  Published March 24, 2024

Berlin is a city where you can cut loose – and that includes getting rid of your suitcases. Here is where to to find affordable luggage storage in the German capital. (Photo:

Whether you are partying in Berlin or just checking out the East Side Gallery, dragging around suitcases is definitely not the look for one of Europe’s coolest cities. Lighten up thanks to a range of both short-term and long-term luggage storage options in the German capital. Storage companies offer passengers a safe and secure service, whether it’s a huge suitcase or just a day pack that is weighing you down. Here is where to find cheap luggage storage in Berlin.


Nannybag is the world’s biggest storage network with plenty of locations in capital cities and an easy, inexpensive service. First find a storage point by inputting the location you want to leave your bags in Berlin and Nannybag does the rest, instantly listing partner hotels, restaurants, and shops that provide safe storage. Then use the website or app to make a reservation and drop off the bags. Once reservations are crossed checked with IDs, the storage facility labels your luggage using 100 per cent recyclable luggage tags you can enjoy the city unrestricted. For peace of mind the luggage is protected for up to €10000 in case of breakage, loss or theft. Prices star from €4.50 per bag/day per bag, per day and it is a flat rate regardless of how big the piece of luggage is.

Train and Bus Stations

Secure lockers are available at many train stations across Berlin, including Hauptbahnhof, Alexanderplatz, Ostbahnhof, Friedrichstraße, Potsdamer Platz, Gesundbrunnen, Zoologischer Garten, Südkreuz, and Spandau. Depending on the size, the lockers cost between €4 and €6 a day. There are also video-monitored lockers at the Central Bus Station Berlin ZOB which are even available even in “jumbo-sizes”. They cost between two to five Euros per day.

Mall of Berlin

Mall of Berlin is in the centre of the capital, close to Potsdamer Platz and Sonycenter, and is home to everything from an Aldi to an adidas shop. There is also a handy cloakroom service located in the basement where you can leave anything from shopping bags and suitcases to coats and umbrellas. A small bag costs €2, a trolley or small backpack €3 and a suoitcase is €4. Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 12.00 to 20.00. Check Sunday opening hours – shops are closed most Sundays in Berlin.