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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Lausanne?

    The price for luggage storage in Lausanne starts from just CHF 5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Lausanne?

    There are multiple locations all around Lausanne which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Chillon Castle, Lausanne Old Town, Lausanne Cathedral and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Lausanne?

    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 in Lausanne.

  • Are there storage lockers in Lausanne?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Lausanne. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Lausanne.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Lausanne?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Pz pizza, Eat Me, and Holy Cow. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Lausanne are Beau-Rivage Palace, Swiss Wine Hotel & Bar, and Aquatis Hotel.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Lausanne?

    Lausanne offers several scenic parks including Jardin du Rivage, Centre Général Guisan, and Montbenon.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Lausanne?

    You can find local tourist information at Col du Marchairuz, Grottes de Vallorbe, and Lutry.

  • What are the best museums and historical attractions in Lausanne?

    If you're looking for a good museum in Lausanne, we recommend The Olympic Museum, Palais de Rumine, and Gruyère Cheese Museum. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Lausanne's most popular historical attractions including Buvette Cachat, Château de Ripaille, or Mairie d'Évian and monuments like Fourchette, Thai Pavilion, or Tombe de Charles Gleyre. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Château de la Rochette, Portail de la Place Saint-Bénigne, or Château d'Allinges-Neuf.


Store your luggage around Lausanne with Bounce 

Known for being the Olympic Capital, the city of Lausanne is one of Europe’s true gems. Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, Lausanne has the ideal mix of cultural appeal, historic charm, and natural beauty. 

There are museums, amazing shopping, world-class restaurants, and miles upon miles of rugged Alpine terrain to enjoy while visiting Lausanne. It’s a one-stop-shop travel destination that has something for everyone. 

Lausanne’s rich history dates back to the Roman Times, with a long and varied past that is reflected in its medieval architecture and opulent landmarks like Lausanne Cathedral. Old Town is as picturesque as it gets, with its cobbled streets, narrow alleyways, and old-world charm.

Here’s everything you need to know for your next trip to Lausanne: 

Luggage storage in Lausanne

If you’re coming into town via train or car and have some time before your hotel is ready, you’ll want to find a secure place to store your luggage and belongings while you poke around. Bounce is one of the best options for luggage storage near Lausanne Train Station, so you can drop the bags off right when you arrive. 

With luggage storage locations in the best travel hotspots in Lausanne, Bounce is ultra-convenient if you need to free up your hands for sightseeing. Bounce’s intuitive mobile makes it easy to find a place to store your bag, and there is 24/7 customer support for your convenience.

With the BounceShield guarantee and an insistence on quality and reliability, there is no better luggage storage service on the market.

Lausanne city guide 

Top things to do in Lausanne

Outdoor enthusiasts and thrill seekers will find themselves incapable of ignoring the Alps. If you’re traveling during the winter, there are dozens of ski resorts nearby, with hiking and mountain biking for the summer months. Lake Geneva also offers active travelers plenty of activities like swimming and kayaking. If you’re more interested in something leisurely, you can rent a boat for a sunset cruise to enjoy the views of Lausanne and the surrounding mountains. 

In town, there’s no shortage of things to do. Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of amazing museums in Lausanne, like the stately Olympic Museum, which showcases the history of the Games, and the Collection de l'Art Brut for those who appreciate abstract and avant-garde artwork. 

Switzerland is a melting pot of European cultures, so the varied dining scene is absolutely worth exploring. The country has always had a glamorous reputation, and Lausanne certainly holds up to this standard with an amazing selection of luxury boutiques and other shopping experiences. 

Here are a few ideas on how to spend your time in Lausanne: 

Museums in Lausanne

The Olympic Museum

Lausanne has been the headquarters for the Olympic Games and committee for decades, and the city’s museum is a fitting tribute to the grandeur of the games. Its vast collection of memorabilia, artifacts, and exhibits tells the story of the origins and history of the Olympic Games. The attire and equipment of famous athletes are all fascinating, and the medals on show are the main attraction. 

The Olympic Museum bag policy

The Olympic Museum doesn't have a clearly stated bag policy, but it's situated near many other attractions, so you might want to make it easy on yourself and leave the luggage with a service like Bounce. It'll make it easier to sightsee, shop, and grab a bite to eat while you explore the best parts of Lausanne.

Lausanne Cathedral 

Known locally as Cathédrale Notre-Dame, this Gothic cathedral dates back to the 12th century and has been a symbol of Lausanne’s elegance throughout its history. You can appreciate the intricate architecture of its facade or take a peek inside to tour the church’s interior. The stained glass windows are particularly stunning, and you can climb the cathedral’s bell tower for views of Old Town and Lake Geneva. 

Lausanne Cathedral bag policy

There isn't a bag policy in place at the cathedral, but there also won't be any lockers for storing the bags. It's also inappropriate to drag your roller bag through a church. Luckily, there are plenty of luggage storage locations in this part of Lausanne, so it's easy to drop the bags off with Bounce on your way.

Château de Morges

It’s situated a few miles outside of Lausanne’s city center, but this medieval castle is one of the best landmarks to visit in the area. It’s a Swiss Heritage Site and museum that houses dozens of military artifacts from over the centuries. It’s one of the best ways to learn about Swiss history, and it’s only a short train ride from Lausanne. 

Château de Morges bag policy

There aren't any rules about what items you can bring into Château de Morges, but its location will make it difficult to travel with luggage, and the narrow hallways of the medieval castle will make any larger items rather cumbersome. There aren't any lockers onsite, so you'll want to leave the bags in Lausanne's city center before heading to the Chateau. It'll certainly make your visit more enjoyable, especially with the attractive castle grounds.

Most landmarks won’t have a bag policy, but they also won’t have any luggage lockers for storing your belongings during your visit. That’s why Bounce places its stage spots near the most popular museums and attractions.

Shopping in Lausanne

Palud Square

You’ll doubtless end up in this historic town square to appreciate the opulent fountain that is the crowning jewel of Lausanne's Old Town. The square is lined with restaurants, cafés, and shops of every sort. There will be a few boutiques, but this tourist-heavy area is best for souvenirs and gifts. This picturesque square also makes for the best photo opportunities, but you certainly won't be the only traveler snapping selfies.

Rue de Bourg

If you want high fashion, there’s no better place than Rue de Bourg to sift through the racks of upscale boutiques and international designer brands. You’ll feel posh just walking down the street. Rue de Bourg is an entirely pedestrianized street, which means no car traffic is allowed. This makes Rue de Bourg considerably safer and more enjoyable for window shopping and enjoying the scenery.

The Flon District 

This is one of Lausanne’s more recent developments, with warehouse and industrial spaces being converted into one of the city’s primary retail districts. You’ll find everything you’ll need in Flon, with plenty of fashion boutiques and fashion outlets in sleek and modern settings. If you’re visiting during the summer, don’t skip one of the many rooftop bars that overlook this bustling hotspot. In the winter, there’s a Christmas market and even an outdoor ice rink.  

If you’re shopping around town, you won’t want to lug the bags around all day. The best luggage storage in Lausanne is available through Bounce, with plenty of locations near retail hotspots like the Flon District and Palud Square. 

Restaurants in Lausanne

La Table du Lausanne Palace

If you want to dine in an upscale setting overlooking Lake Geneva, then this Michelin-starred bistro should be at the top of your list. The menu varies based on seasonal ingredients and the whims of the well-respected chefs, but expect fine-dining classics prepared with an inventive approach. There really is no better place in Lausanne for a splashy meal to celebrate a special occasion 

 Café Saint-Pierre

This stylish restaurant is one of the more modern spots you’ll find in Lausanne. With a contemporary menu featuring flavors from around the world, you can sample everything from Spanish tapas to Lebanese bread. There’s even a proper English breakfast. That’s not to say there isn’t a cohesive concept at Café Saint-Pierre. Everything is prepared with Swiss precision and attractive presentation. Their brunch is particularly popular, so make a reservation ahead of time.

Café Romand

Being a city steeped in French culture,  Lausanne’s streets and squares were once lined with opulent grand brasseries serving old-world favorites. One of the last remaining establishments is Café Romand, which sports all the historic features you picture when envisioning fancy Swiss restaurants. Expect hearty continental European classics that meld French fine dining with Alpine influences. The wine list is massive, drawing labels from all over Europe and beyond. Their claim to fame is the moitié-moitié fondue, with ultra-rich and gooey Gruyère. 

If you’re trying to grab a nice meal on travel days, you won’t want to lug the bags into a fancy bistro or crowded bar. That’s why Bounce’s best locations are near dining and nightlife destinations.


The best luggage storage Lausanne has to offer is available through Bounce, but it doesn’t stop at the shores of Lake Geneva. Bounce has made travel guides for nearby cities like Bern, Geneva, and Lucerne, with plenty of reliable luggage storage facilities in each of these superb travel destinations. 

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