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With its miles of canals, numerous museums, shops and rich history, Amsterdam counts as one of Europe’s most popular destinations. While the seat of the government of the Netherlands is at the Hague, Amsterdam is the capital of the country in title.
While its cobblestone streets and ancient architecture remind visitors of its long history, Amsterdam is an important modern hub for business. It offers cool nightlife offerings, UNESCO Heritage sites, (including its canals) and a multitude of cultural offerings.
If your travels take you to this European city, we can provide you with plenty of options for luggage storage in Amsterdam. Bounce partners with businesses all over the city to provide you with convenient options for storing your bags, whether you’re visiting the Anne Frank Museum or taking a leisure walk around the canals.
Luggage Storage Near Amsterdam Centraal Station
Luggage Storage Near Amsterdam City Square
Luggage Storage Near Dam Square
Luggage Storage Near Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Luggage Storage Near Anne Frank House
Luggage Storage Near Van Gogh Museum
Luggage Storage Near Vondelpark
Luggage storage in Amsterdam costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Amsterdam. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Amsterdam as never been easier.
Most travelers want to find somewhere central when they’re traveling. These spots, wherever they are, provide adventurers with a jumping-off point for their adventures, one that’s easy to find from most, if not all points, of their journeys. That’s what the Amsterdam Centraal Station is.
Aside from this, it’s just a stunning building to look at. If this is your first destination after leaving Schiphol Airport, then you’re in for a treat. Its brick facade and double clock towers create a stunning reflection in the River IJ. Inside, you’ll find plenty of place to buy train tickets, including service areas that provide services in English.
Given Amsterdam Centraal Station’s location, including its close proximity to the airport, many travelers look to Bounce to provide them with options for luggage storage in Amsterdam, starting right here at the train station. We partner with businesses near the train station to provide you with bag drop points around the city for our clients. If you’re just arriving in the city, then bag storage in Amsterdam can start right here.
World-class museums, excellent shopping and cool entertainment offerings are in store for you when you visit Amsterdam City Center. Fortunately, this area of Amsterdam is as compact as it is cool; it’s only 8 square kilometers, making it easier to see more in less time.
Start your tour casually by checking out Amsterdam’s architecture. Nearly 8,000 buildings, created during the 17th and 18th centuries, stand, waiting for your cameras and sketchbooks. (Amsterdam’s a great city for urban sketchers.) Once your walkabout ends, think about exploring the Canal Ring, a network of beautiful intersecting canals and waterways. Throughout the year, you’ll find a number of celebrations and events here. If you’re not sure where to start, a canal cruise might be in order.
Other worthwhile stops in the city include the Anne Frank House - of course - 9 Straatjes (Nine Streets), the Noordermarkt, Stadsschouwburg - Amsterdam’s main theater - and the American Hotel, an Art Deco beauty that architecture lovers won’t want to miss. If you’d like to experience all of this without being weighed down by your bags, then look into your options for luggage storage in Amsterdam before you embark on your adventures. Just check out our app.
Dam Square, or the Dam, counts as one of the most-visited and most-loved spots in Amsterdam. It’s a place where city visitors delight in views of palaces and monuments and all manner of lovely sights. Chief among these sights is the Koninklijk Paleis, or the Royal Palace on the Dam. Like many of the other royal palaces in Europe, this royal home gets its fair share of visitors. In terms of the palaces in the Netherlands, more visitors come here than to any of the other royal residences in the country.
It’s the epitome of opulence. Outside, manicured grounds burst with colors, as the flowers bloom. Inside, stunning chandeliers reflect in the palace’s polished floors and narrative art decorates the walls. It’s enough to whet your appetite for more art, which, fortunately, is also near the Koninklijk Paleis.
The Gothic New Church houses art exhibits, music recitals, and other important events. This spot gives you a chance to take in both art and architecture in one trip. Aside from these attractions, the Dam is home to Madame Tussauds in Amsterdam, shopping at the De Bijenkorf and a place to book a canal tour.
This area of the Netherlands capital sees a great deal of traffic each day. While the hustle and bustle make the Dam exciting, it can also feel a bit crowded if you’re still toting your luggage around. Fortunately, Bounce has plenty of places in and around the Dam for luggage storage in Amsterdam. Just check out our app to see where the Bounce partner businesses are in the area.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol began its operations in the year 1916 as a military base. It then opened for civilian use in 1920. In many respects, it’s an unlikely place for an airport. Before it became an airport, it was the home of a large lake, which is said to have swallowed up ships when violent storms brewed on the lake. In fact, its name “Schiphol” means “ships grave” or “ships hell.” A dredging of the lake dried the ground eventually allowed the construction of the airport to take place.
Today, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the country’s primary international airport and one of the busiest airports in Europe. A number of major airlines fly through Schiphol, including Air France, Air Canada, American Airlines, TUI fly Netherlands and Lufthansa.
Traveling to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is easier if you have a plan for your luggage. We have many options for luggage storage in Amsterdam at or near the airport, an option you should take advantage of, especially if you only have a couple of hours to play in the Netherlands capital city. This is an important hub for bag storage in Amsterdam for our business and for you.
Few artifacts give us the glimpse of life under the Third Reich that Anne Frank’s diary did. What started out as a personal diary has become so much more. It is a window into the human heart and a look at extraordinary courage. And because of this diary, a portion of Anne Frank’s life is known. She catalogued her experience, living in an attic, hiding from the Nazis with the rest of her family. The building that housed that attic is now the Anne Frank House, a museum and monument dedicated to this young girl.
The Anne Frank House is among Amsterdam’s most-visited attractions and most important landmarks. It opened in 1960, with the help of the Anne Frank Foundation, an organization dedicated to the preservation of this important historical place.
A visit to the Anne Frank House invites introspection. As such, it’s likely that you’ll want to be free of your luggage while you tour the museum. Bounce partner businesses in the area will provide you with luggage storage in Amsterdam near the Anne Frank House.
With his swirling brush strokes and brilliant colors, Vincent Van Gogh taught art lovers how to look at the world differently. Although fame eluded him in life, he eventually went on to become one of the most famous artists in the world, garnering fans and collectors from all over the world.
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam gives art fans an up-close glimpse of that work. It represents the largest collection of his work in the world. Among the works that visitors can see are “The Potato Eaters,” “Wheat Field With a Lark,” “Bedroom in Arles” and “Sunflowers.”
A visit to the Van Gogh Museum is one time you’ll want to be hands-free. Our luggage storage in Amsterdam allows you to do that. Our bag storage in Amsterdam includes places near the Van Gogh Museum. Taking advantage of our drop points near the museum means you can linger in front of your favorite paintings comfortably.
Spending time in the Vondelpark counts among the more leisurely ways to spend an afternoon in Amsterdam. The Vondelpark sees millions of people each year, about 10 million or so, give or take. On any given day, it’s a spot where you’ll find picnickers, joggers, bicyclists and musicians. In fact, one of the park’s big draws is the music; free, open-air concerts take place here in both the bandstand and the theater. Take the park in at a leisurely pace by exploring it on foot or if you want a more directed tour, book a bike tour through the park.
If you have booked a bike tour through Vondelpark, then take advantage of our options for luggage storage in Amsterdam near the park. We partner with local businesses, like coffee shops, dry cleaners and hotels, to provide you with convenient luggage storage in Amsterdam near Vondelpark and other important spots around the city.
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Schiphol is one of the busiest airports in Europe. Nearly 50 million passengers pass through annually. Whether it is a connection hub for you or you've reached your destination, you have to see Amsterdam. Store your bags with Bounce and experience the culture of this truly unique city.
How much does luggage storage cost in Amsterdam?
The price for luggage storage in Amsterdam is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Amsterdam?
There are multiple locations all around Amsterdam which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Fort Pampus, Landgoed Elswout, Red Light District and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Amsterdam?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Amsterdam.
Are there storage lockers in Amsterdam?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Amsterdam. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Amsterdam where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Amsterdam?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Pancakes Amsterdam, Weigh House, and Pancake Bakery. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Amsterdam are Ibis Budget Amsterdam Airport, XO Hotels Blue Square, and Ibis budget Amsterdam City South.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Amsterdam?
Amsterdam offers several scenic parks including Kompaseiland, Botteskerkpark, and Kersenbloesempark.
Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Amsterdam?
You can find local tourist information at Zaanse Schans, Nieuwendijk, and Tourist Office Edam.
What public transportation exists within Amsterdam?
When flying to Amsterdam, you're likely to pass through Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. You're likely to pass through Gaasperplas, Station NS, or De Vlinder if arriving by bus and Amsterdam Lelylaan station, Duivendrecht station, or Amsterdam Centraal if arriving by train. Popular metro stations like Gaasperplas can be used for transit within Amsterdam.
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