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

    The price for luggage storage near Berlin Brandenburg Airport starts from just €4.30/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

    There are multiple locations in the Berlin Brandenburg Airport area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Berlin Hauptbahnhof, Potsdam Hauptbahnhof, and Bahnhof Erkner and all over Berlin.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Berlin Brandenburg 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 Berlin Brandenburg Airport.

  • Are there storage lockers near Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

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

  • What public transportation exists near Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

    Popular metro stations like U-Bahnhof Johannisthaler Chaussee, U-Bahnhof Britz-Süd, or U-Bahnhof Zwickauer Damm can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Berlin near Berlin Brandenburg Airport, you may be close to some bus stations: BER Fernbus-Terminal. If traveling by train, S Eichwalde, Bahnhof Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg, and S Adlershof are nearest to Berlin Brandenburg Airport.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Berlin Brandenburg Airport are Moxy Berlin Airport, Holiday Inn Berlin Airport - Conf Centre, an IHG Hotel, and Steigenberger Airport Hotel Berlin. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Berlin Brandenburg Airport are Pension Schwalbenweg, Pension SXF, and Zimmervermietung Bobzien.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Berlin Brandenburg Airport?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Berlin Brandenburg Airport are Ick bin ein Berliner, Ständige Vertretung, and Goodman & Filippo.

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

    Check out the nearby Britzer Garten, Landschaftspark Johannisthal/Adlershof, and Rudower Fließ.

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About the airport 

With more political upheaval and world events taking place here than almost any other city on the planet, Berlin has seen it all. It makes sense that there are so many amazing historical landmarks to see in Berlin. There’s the Reichstag and Brandenburg Gate. There’s the Berlin Wall and everything it represents. The place is filled with incredible museums and UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

Berlin is also one of the cultural capitals of Europe, with world-class nightclubs, a diverse array of restaurants, and some of the hippest residents you’ll find anywhere in the world. There are even expansive parks and leafy public spaces to enjoy the city’s natural beauty. Berlin isn’t exactly playing catch-up with other cities. 

Most travelers, unless they’re taking the train from neighboring cities, will arrive through Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER). This major travel hub is situated just outside Berlin in Schönefeld. It’s well-connected through a variety of public transportation routes, and you’ll be able to get to the city comfortably in about 30 minutes.

Are there lockers at Brandenburg airport?

The options for luggage storage Berlin Brandenburg Airport has are limited to a small number of storage lockers that travelers can rent. It costs between $9 and $12 to rent these luggage lockers for an entire day. The luggage lockers are situated on Terminal 1’s U1 Level, and it’s fairly convenient to get here as all arrivals will pass through this area.

Do German train stations have luggage lockers?

The largest train stations are the Hauptbahnhof Station in the city center (serving West Berlin) and the Ostbahnhof (which serves East Berlin). There’s also the central bus station in Charlottenburg. These facilities will have limited baggage storage lockers where travelers will store luggage for a few hours while they sightsee in the area. 

Where are the best luggage storage facilities in Berlin? 

The best left luggage service in Berlin is Bounce, and we have dozens of locations via our network of partner businesses. Bounce works with local shops, laundromats, restaurants, and other businesses to provide its customers with access to the best locations. We combine helpful partners with useful features like 24/7 support and a mobile app, which makes it easy to find and book luggage storage on the go. Bounce also vets each location and provides BounceShield Protection to ensure security and reliability. 

How to get to the city from Berlin Brandenburg Airport 

Brandenburg Airport is well connected via the S-Bahn Network along with the FEX Airport Express lines. While buses are an option, they’re more useful for residents of outer neighborhoods or suburbs that aren't served by a direct train route. The quickest way to get to the action would be by train or by car. Here are a few of the best options: 

  • Train to Hauptbahnhof: The FEX Airport Express lines RE7, RB14, and T1 train lines all head to Hauptbahnhof, or Berlin Central Station. This lands you right in the middle of the city near the Tiergarten. It will also connect you with a wide variety of regional, national, and European train routes. So taking the train from Brandenburg Airport to Hauptbahnhof basically connects you with the rest of Europe. The FEX trains are easily the best option as they run about every 30 minutes. The RE7 and RB14 are slightly less frequent but will reach Hauptbahnhof in 30 minutes. The S9 will take a little longer as it stops at more stations, including the Ostbahnhof. These trains are highly affordable at about $4 for a trip.
  • Train to Ostbahnhof: The S Bahn runs throughout the city, including stops at Hauptbahnhof and Ostbahnhof, the Flughafen BER Stop is towards the end of the S9 route, and it takes about 20 minutes and costs $4. You can board these trains directly at the check-in hall in Terminal 1. This is the best way to reach notable landmarks like the Berlin Wall’s East Side Gallery. 
  • Taxi and rideshare: The most convenient and comfortable way to get to the city center is by hailing a cab from the taxi stand at the arrivals terminal or by using a rideshare service like Uber or Lyft. These tend to cost between $40 and $60 depending on the time of travel and destination, making them by far the most expensive transit methods. They might save a bit of time, however. The average ride to the city center takes about 30 minutes, and you’ll have some flexibility. 

Things to do near Berlin Brandenburg Airport 

Brandenburg Gate 

King Frederick William II of Prussia must not have heard the word “no” very often, because this monolithic gate was built on his orders back in the 18th century. While at that point the Prussian capital had outgrown its original walls, the gate was built at the site of the city’s main entry point from the town of Brandenburg. The opulent Neoclassical design has certainly stood the test of time, and miraculously; so has the monument.  Situated in the Mitte area of Berlin at the bustling intersection between Eberstraße and Parisee Platz, Brandenburger Tor is only a few minutes away from Hauptbahnhof, making it accessible from the airport and an easy first stop on a sightseeing trip. 

The Reichstag 

This 19th-century parliament building is essentially the cockroach of parliament buildings. This is a compliment because the Reichstag has survived what almost no other building could possibly survive. Not only was this place bombed to smithereens during the Second World War, but it was buttressed by the Berlin Wall during the Soviet occupation of the city.

Since the reunification, the Reichstag has been turned into one of Germany's most beautiful buildings, with a beautiful neo-Renaissance facade that craftily incorporates Baroque elements with its fabulous glass dome. The Reichstag overlooks the Tiergarten Park and is easy to slot into a sightseeing trek through central Berlin. You’ll absolutely want to reserve a time slot, as there are highly limited spaces for touring the building. 

Reichstag bag policy 

Understandably, security is very tight at the Reichstag. All luggage and larger items won’t be allowed inside the building, and all smaller items will be subject to screening. Because of the age (and purpose) of the Reichstag, there aren’t any lockers or a cloakroom onsite. Luckily, the central location means there are ample Bounce luggage storage facilities nearby

Tiergarten Park 

Essentially Berlin’s Central Park, this leafy park spans over 500 acres and is right in the middle of the city. It was originally the hunting ground of the Duke of Prussia before being gifted to the people in the late 17th century. Today, the locals really know how to use the shaded paths and sprawling lawns as it’s teeming with activity even when the weather isn't the best. With immediate access to the Brandenburg Gate and a short walk to the Reichstag, Tiergarten is a great place to take a break for a picnic between sightseeing stops. If you’re traveling to Berlin for an extended period, Tiergarten can also become part of your routine as it’s the perfect place to jog or cycle. 

German History Museum 

It’s been a long and winding road for the Germans, to say the least, and there’s no better place to learn about their history than the Deutsches Historisches Museum in central Berlin. The museum is housed in a Baroque former arsenal called the Zeughaus and it has three floors of space exploring 1,500 years of German history.

The constantly morphing political and cultural turmoil makes for an interesting museum visit, with artifacts and exhibits detailing how the Holy Roman Empire turned into various states and kingdoms before becoming an Empire, a fascist regime, a communist satellite state, and now Europe’s largest economy. That’s a lot to unpack! Admission also includes access to the museum’s Pei Building, which is a stunning modern facility juxtaposed with the stately design of the historic main building, where the traveling and temporary exhibitions are held. The stature of the German History Museum allows it to bring in some of the best exhibitions in the world. 

German History Museum bag policy 

There’s a cloakroom in the basement of the Pei Building that can accommodate smaller items, but all luggage (suitcases, roller bags, duffels) won’t fit in the storage bins. So if you’re visiting the German History Museum on a travel day, it’s best to find a proper luggage storage service first.

Luggage storage near Berlin Brandenburg Airport 

Whether you’re a nightclubber or a history buff, Berlin is a natural choice for your first trip to Germany, but there are dozens of worthy stops on any trip through the country. Munich, Cologne, Hamburg, and Stuttgart are all incredible places to check out, and Bounce has luggage storage locations in each of these remarkable cities. So if you’re on an adventure through Deutschland, you know who you can trust with the bags! 

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