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In many respects, when you visit Belgrade you can’t help but feel like you’re wandering through history, a history that has repeatedly built upon itself until the city you see today came into existence: The architectural ruins and rubble of one culture provide a foundation for the more modern edifices of the cultures that came after them. That isn’t to say that this interesting city is always a stunningly beautiful city. Although its name means “White City,” more often than not it’s the city’s gritty past and not its bright future that shows through.
Despite this - or maybe because of it - this city is among Europe’s most vibrant capitals. Its position on the confluence of the Danube and Sava Rivers has pretty much guaranteed that Belgrade would be inhabited by someone. Indeed, it has been, since Paleolithic times. The Celts, the ancient Greeks and Vinča have called it home. But its history of different inhabitants didn’t end once the ancient days did. More modern empires, like the Ottoman and the Habsburg Monarchy, have also made Belgrade their home.
Today, happening coffee houses, museums, commerce and important religious architectural edifices all find their place in the city. Kebab kiosks, world-class eateries and other foodie havens dot the city. Destinations like Wander Kalemegdan, Tito’s tomb, glorious churches, like St Sava Church (the world’s largest Eastern Orthodox Church) and other draws invite visitors to the city to really experience Belgrade’s history in a more personal way.
Belgrade is worth exploring in depth, which means if you’re here, then you’ll want your adventures to be both comfortable and unencumbered. One way to ensure that this is exactly how your tour of the city goes is to check out your options for luggage storage in Belgrade. Bounce - that’s us - partners with numerous businesses throughout the city, giving you plenty of options for bag storage in Belgrade. Just look on our app to find a luggage drop near you, whether you’re in Belgrade, Berlin or Paris.
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Luggage storage in Belgrade 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 Belgrade. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Belgrade as never been easier.
Prokop, or the Belgrade Centre Railway Station, is the primary train station in Belgrade. It replaces the Belgrade’s previous main railway station, which was located on the city’s waterfront. The station has a long and interesting history, marred by starts and stops in its construction, due to a lack of funding throughout the years. Despite officially opening in 2018, much of the station remains unfinished: This is largely why this transportation edifice has earned the nickname “Skadar na Bojani.” The name relates to a folk poem about the town of Skadar, which was built, rather unsuccessfully, for a very, very long time.
Because this train station remains unfinished in portions, travelers needing luggage storage in Belgrade in or near the train station may need to turn to an outside vendor for help. That’s where Bounce comes in. We have a number of bag storage drop points in the city near the train station. Log onto our app to find the one that’s right for you.
Connecting the old part of Belgrade with the new, Brankov Most (or Branko’s Bridge) was built in the late 1950s. Its foundation sits upon what’s left of the King Alexander Bridge, an expanse that met its end during World War II, thus ending the only route between Zemun and Belgrade (at the time).
During the bridge’s lifetime, it has been christened with a number of names, including the Brotherhood and Unity Bridge, the Zemun Bridge, the Sava Bridge and finally, the Bridge on Branko Street. Its New Belgrade side provides parking for the Ministry of the Interior. Eventually, a museum of automobiles will find its home there, too.
Luggage storage in Belgrade near the Brankov Most allows you to stash your bags while you tour the automobile museum and other area stops of interest in this area of the city. To secure a spot for your bags, make a reservation via the Bounce app with one of our partner businesses in Belgrade. The businesses we partner with include coffee shops, hotels and shops, making them both convenient to use and easy to find.
As with many prominent modern sites in Europe, history exists in layers at Belgrade’s Republic Square. While many of the city’s most important cultural and historic landmarks, like the National Theatre, the National Museum and the statue of Prince Michael find their homes here, Republic Square is the site of ancient history, too.
Below the foundations of the statue of Prince Michael, excavators found a site of ruined tombs leftover by the ancient Romans. Inside these tombs, ancient artifacts and treasures, like stone statues, pottery fragments, bone and bronze needles, bronze rings, coins and other objects, told a different, more ancient part of Belgrade’s story. This necropolis dates back to 100 AD.
This busy square in the heart of Belgrade sees a great deal of action each day. Visitors to this part of the city will find traveling here to be more convenient if they locate luggage storage in Belgrade in or near here. One of the Bounce partners in this area can take your bags off your hands for a couple of hours or for the day, making sightseeing a great deal easier.
Named after Serbian scientist and inventor, Nikola Tesla, the Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is Serbia’s busiest airport. People waiting for planes here can grab a bite to eat both outside and inside the security gates. Bars and coffee houses are plentiful here, giving weary travelers a place to unwind and refresh themselves before going on to their next destination. Several ATMs making getting cash easy, (and the shops inside the airport make it easy to spend that cash!)
The Belgrade Nikola Tesla Airport is a flagship stop for Air Serbia. Air Cairo, Air France, Austrian Airlines, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Wizz Air (to name but a few) also fly through this airport. Annually, nearly six million passengers fly through Serbia’s busiest airport.
Luggage storage in Belgrade often starts right here at the airport. Passengers traveling through this airport can use our app to locate bag storage in Belgrade in or near this and other major destinations in the city.
Dorćol is one of Belgrade’s hippest neighborhoods, making a stop here a necessity for history and culture buffs. Coffee lovers gravitate to this part of the city, which has developed quite the reputation as the city’s defacto coffee haven. Visitors love to read books over steaming mugs of gourmet coffee. These coffee houses are flavorful in both the literal and social sense. They’re comfortable, friendly and filled with good coffee and interesting conversations.
Additionally, this area of Belgrade has quite a lot to offer shoppers. Little markets, filled with local wares and homemade gifts, line the streets here. Visitors to Belgrade who are looking for some trinkets to take home should start their quest for these items in this neighborhood. Those who are into vintage shopping will discover plenty of treasures here, too.
Finding luggage storage in Belgrade should be your first order of business if you’re going to be spending the day in Dorćol. You won’t want to be weighed down by anything as you explore these ancient and yet, surprisingly hip, streets. One of Bounce’s many city partners are just a click away via the Bounce mobile app.
Serbia’s assembly meets in the House of the National Assembly, which houses the Serbian government. The beauty and importance of this building also make it one of Belgrade’s most visited spots. It has served as the house of Serbian government since the mid-1930s and saw the workings of both the Yugoslavian and Serbian-Montenegran governments over the years.
The site’s interior contains halls and committee rooms, as well as 100 offices. It’s also home to a library, numerous works of art and 23 frescoes. All told, this 13,400 square meter building stands four storeys high.
Luggage storage in Belgrade is available near the National Assembly. Check out our app to find drop points near here.
Over the long centuries, many peoples have called Serbia home, including peoples of the Ottoman Empire. In the past, well over 250 mosques dotted the city’s landscape. Now, only one mosque remains in Belgrade, the Bakraklu Mosque, located in the neighborhood of Dorćol.
The streets in this area pay homage to the spiritual lives of its citizens. Just beyond the confines of the mosque sits the Gallery of Frescoes, a place where visitors can see some of the finest examples of Serbian spiritual art anywhere.
If your travels take you down near Bakraklu Mosque, be sure to check out our offerings for luggage storage in Belgrade near the mosque and in Dorćol. Bag storage in Belgrade is simple enough to find. Our app always shows the most up-to-date listings of bag storage options in Belgrade and other world cities.
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Belgrade Bus Station in Serbia connects various Serbian cities with one another and also connects other countries in Europe with Belgrade. Bounce has convenient locations in Belgrade where you can safely secure your luggage so that you can focus on exploring the city, without weighing yourself down with too much stuff.
How much does luggage storage cost in Belgrade?
The price for luggage storage in Belgrade is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Where are there luggage storage locations in Belgrade?
There are multiple locations all around Belgrade which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Belgrade Fortress, Saint Sava Cathedral, Knez Mihailova Street and many other areas.
Is it safe to store your bags in Belgrade?
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 Belgrade.
Are there storage lockers in Belgrade?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Belgrade. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Belgrade 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 Belgrade?
The most popular restaurants to visit are Tri šešira, Restoran Boutique 1, and Mitrovicev dom. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Belgrade are Hotel "Avala", Belgrade City Hotel, and Crowne Plaza Belgrade.
Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Belgrade?
Belgrade offers several scenic parks including Šumice, Belgrade, Kalemegdan, and Tasmajdan Park.
What are the best museums and historical attractions in Belgrade?
If you're looking for a good museum in Belgrade, we recommend Nikola Tesla Museum, Nebojsa Tower, and Historical Museum of Yugoslavia. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Belgrade's most popular historical attractions including Belgrade Fortress, Princess Ljubica's Residence, or Residence of Prince Milos Obrenovic and monuments like Monument to the Unknown Hero, Millenium Tower, or Stari grb Zemuna sa fasade zgrade opštine. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Zemun Fortress, Tvrdava "Kupinik", or Church of Holy Spirit.
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