World’s largest luggage storage network

Bari Airport luggage storage

Freedom to explore from €5.00 / day

Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from €5.00/day
Rated 4.9 by 493,227+ people
$10,000 protection
Free cancellation
10,000+ locations globally
from €5.00/day
Rated 4.9 by 493,227+ people

How it works

  • Book online or on the app

    Get the app and choose a convenient location. Your BounceShield™ Protection is activated upon booking online.

  • Head to the store

    Check in by showing your confirmation to a store employee and drop off your bags.

  • Enjoy the day

    Do whatever you’d like, then show your confirmation to pick up your stuff.

Our customers say it best

Millions of bags stored. 1M+ customers all over the world.

Christina R.
Becky M.
Milad M.
Cailyn W.
Deborah H.
Dragan V.

Book in 3 taps

Instantly find locations nearby to drop off your luggage wherever you go.

Find closest locations

Trusted by millions of customers worldwide

10,000+ locations worldwide

10,000+ locations worldwide

No matter where you go, it’s easy to find luggage storage near you.

Powered by local businesses

Powered by local businesses

Our friendly partners tag and safely store your luggage in their shops.

Up to $10,000 in protection

Up to $10,000 in protection

In the unlikely event of theft, loss, or damage, your things are covered.

100% free cancellation

100% free cancellation

Change or cancel your booking anytime before check in for a full refund.

Check all the luggage storage spots in Bari

Newsletter Banner

Love discounts and traveling?

Sign up for our newsletter to get insider travel tips and a 10% discount delivered straight to your inbox.

No spam here, just the good stuff.

Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Bari Airport?

    The price for luggage storage near Bari Airport starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Bari Airport?

    There are multiple locations in the Bari Airport area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Bari Airport (BRI) (Aeroporto di Bari), Stazione FAL, and Stazione Fs and all over Bari.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Bari Airport?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 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 near Bari Airport.

  • Are there storage lockers near Bari Airport?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Bari Airport area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Bari Airport and in the broader Bari area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Bari Airport?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Bari Airport are Best Western Hotel HR, Nicolaus Hotel Conference & Events, and Grande Albergo delle Nazioni. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Bari Airport are Olive Tree, Hotel Pensione Romeo, and Guest House Gatto Bianco De Dimore.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Bari Airport?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Bari Airport are Pizzeria Al Buco di di Liddo Palma, McDonald's, and Mastro Ciccio.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Bari Airport?

    Check out the nearby Parco Don Tonino Bello, Parco Due Giugno, and Piazza Garibaldi.

Posted

About Bari Airport

This airport started as a military airport but was seized by the Allies during World War II. After the war, it was handed back to the Italian Republic and it saw its first civilian flights in 1960. 

With Italy hosting the FIFA World Cup in 1990 the airport was given a much-needed overhaul and in 2005 another terminal was added. Today, Bari is the largest airport in the Puglia region and is served by numerous international airlines flying to a wide range of domestic and international destinations.

Things to do near Bari Airport

Sitting on the Adriatic coast in southern Italy, this is a gorgeous town to visit, especially if you are a beach lover or Douga connoisseur of fine seafood. 

  • This is beach country and here you are spoiled for choice. The most well known of the beaches is probably Pane e Pomodoro and this is where you should head for if you are a lover of white sand and beachfront restaurants. If you prefer your coastal breaks to be slightly more isolated then carry on a little farther until you reach Cala Porto with its rocky coastline. This much smaller beach is not made of sand but white pebbles. If neither of these two catches your fancy, there are at least another half dozen within easy striking distance, each with its own individual character.
  • Wander back in time as you stroll through the higgily piggily winding streets of the old town. This tightly woven labyrinth of streets is called Bari Vecchia and the medieval area is nestled snugly between two ports. To most appreciate the area, wander through it on foot and just go where the mood takes you. You will discover old palaces and the Basilica Saint Nicola. 
  •  An 11th-century architectural masterpiece, the Basilica Saint Nicola was high on the pilgrim route when pilgrims would come here to see the relics of Saint Nicola. These were purportedly stolen from Turkey in the 11th century by sailors from Bari who then brought them home and constructed the Basilica to house them.
  • Get your fish fresh by visiting Porto Vecchia. From this tiny port, Italian fishermen have been going to sea in their delightful little blue boats for centuries. This is an authentic port where you will be able to watch the fisherman land their catch, and purchase from them directly if you choose to. If that doesn't suit you, the local port side restaurants are one place where you can be sure that any fish dish your order will be straight from the sea.
  • Watch orecchiette being made before your eyes in Strada Della Orecchiette. Here, old women sit patiently molding these tiny ear-shaped pieces of pasta right in front of you. No fancy machines or mass production. This is as real as it gets. You are welcome to take photos but if you purchase some of the product being made, your welcome will be far more genuine.

Transport options from Bari Airport

This is an airport that is serviced by both budget carriers and larger airlines so you will have no trouble getting here.

  • The airport is connected to town by metropolitan trains which will be heading to Bari Centrale Station.  
  • AMTAB bus line 16 services the city from the airport but you can also ride the metro to the city and pick up a local bus from there.
  • The mainline railway system runs to Rome from the central station as well as to more regional destinations.

Luggage storage at Bari Airport

Getting around narrow cobbled streets while hauling luggage is one sure way to put a damper on any trip. Bounce have thought of this and worldwide, they have teamed up with local businesses to offer baggage storage that is both secure and inexpensive.

In more than 100 cities you can book online and ensure that there is space available for your luggage when you get there. What’s more, you are protected so there is absolutely nothing to worry about as you enjoy your adventure.

Activities and attractions near Bari Airport

The airport is not far from the city center so there is plenty for a traveler to experience. Moving slightly further afield, there are even more places to discover in this beautiful part of the world.

I Trulli di Alberobello:  This World Heritage Site consists of a village made up of white beehive-shaped houses and if you don't pay a visit, you will always regret it. You can stay there for a few days or you may explore the town in just a few hours, but it is a must-see. The bus from Largo Sorrentino takes an hour and five minutes and costs just 3 Euros.

Grotte di Castellana: With so much limestone in Europe, there is an abundance of caves to visit, but this is described as one of the best. You are advised to book in advance and you must go on a guided tour but the visit is likely to be memorable even for experienced cave fanatics.

Cantina Frudd: This is one for the would-be wine sommeliers out there. Italy prides itself on its wines and this wine museum and cellar will walk you through the process from some of the earliest production methods right through to modern-day techniques. You will have the opportunity to do some tasting and possibly purchase some wine, but you will definitely come back knowing a whole lot more about one of this country's premier export products.

Get the
Bounce app

Instantly find locations nearby to drop off your luggage wherever you go.

Download