Luggage storage in Buenos Aires can be the perfect solution if your travel times are inconvenient with your check-in and check-out times. Or if you arrive in the morning in Buenos Aires and have a late flight in the evening. In this article, I explain to you where to store your luggage in Buenos Aires.
Where can I store my luggage in Buenos Aires?
First the disappointment, there is no luggage storage in any of Buenos Aires airports. Other websites may do, but there aren’t.
The easiest way to store your luggage in Buenos Aires will be in the city center itself. I’ve put together a guide where you can store your travel bags in the capital of Argentina.
If you are staying in a hotel, this would be my first choice of course.
Best Buenos Aires luggage storage
Bounce is an international network of luggage storage providers. There are around 35 locations in Buenos Aires city. Mostly it is a store or hotel that works together with Bounce.
The reservation and payment are done online, which makes it pretty convenient once you arrive with your luggage. On top of that, your bags are secured up to $10,000 in case of a missing bag after leaving it. The most popular luggage spot is Teatro Gran Rex located near the Obelisco.
If you are heading to Palermo, then Luggage Storage BA is a great option for you. Just 3 blocks away from Plaza Serrano. The nice is that you don’t need any reservation to drop your luggage at the location.
Because it is located in Palermo, you are close to airport Jorge Newbery. Just a 15-minute ride from Palermo to the airport. Luggage Storage BA receives great reviews about its service.
Another international network of luggage storage is Stasher. They have around 45 locations in Buenos Aires to leave your bags and pick up later. Also here your bags are protected up to 2,500 USD.
Most of the locations are in hostels and convenience stores. Going from the city center, Palermo to even Belgrano which is further away from the center.
Are the luggage storage companies safe?
Some friends of mine used the service of multiple companies to store their luggage for a couple of hours. Of course, it is normal to think if those companies are safe.
I can tell that I didn’t receive any complaints from travelers about their experience. And if you are worried, you have included protection at some companies up to 10,000 USD.
Explore the city while you are there
You can discover Buenos Aires in one day. It would be fast, but most of the essential things you can see within a couple of hours. I made a top things to do list in Buenos Aires. Perfect to select the attractions that trigger your interest.
Also, another option is the hop-on hop-off bus in town. One ride around the city takes about 2h30min if you don’t get off the bus during the tour. I explain in this article everything you need to know about the hop-on hop-off bus in Buenos Aires and how to get tickets.