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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Mexico City?

    The price for luggage storage in Mexico City starts from just MX$100.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Mexico City?

    There are multiple locations all around Mexico City which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Chiconcuac, Ixtapaluca Centro, La Magdalena and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Mexico City?

    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 Mexico City.

  • Are there storage lockers in Mexico City?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Mexico City. 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 Mexico City.

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are World Trade Center Ciudad de México, Parques Polanco, and Campo Marte. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Mexico City are Hilton Mexico City Reforma, The Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City, and Four Seasons Hotel CDMX.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Mexico City?

    Mexico City offers several scenic parks including Bosque de Chapultepec, Parque de los Venados, and Parque Arboledas.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Mexico City?

    You can find local tourist information at Secretaria de Turismo, Viajes NorGil, and Punto México.


Store Your Luggage Around Mexico City With Bounce

Mexico City has become a popular destination over the past few years. This city is host to a collection of fascinating museums, an array of incredible historical sites, delectable cuisine, lively neighborhoods, and world-class hotels. It’s no wonder why visitors flock to the city from throughout Mexico and the world!

Public transportation makes this sprawling metropolis easy to navigate. With so many unique neighborhoods, you’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t try to explore at least a few of them.  

To make your visit a little easier, arrange short-term luggage storage with a local Bounce partner. Are you on a layover and looking for a safe place to leave your bag for a few hours? A local who needs somewhere to stash your work bag for a night on the town? Or maybe you’ve picked up several things shopping and don’t want to carry them around all afternoon.

Whatever the case, you’ll find Bounce partners throughout the city who will safely store your extra bags at a reasonable price. This way, you’ll be able to make the most of your time in Mexico City without lugging around any extra weight.

Luggage Storage in Mexico City

Bounce has partnered with businesses throughout Mexico City to offer convenient, short-term luggage storage for travelers and locals. Just search for a Bounce partner nearest to where you’re headed, drop your bags, and you’ll be free to explore the streets of Mexico City! 

Mexico City Guide

Top Things to Do

One thing’s for sure, there is no shortage of amazing things to do in Mexico City. You can catch a soccer game, witness Mexican wrestling at a Lucha Libre match, scale an Aztec ruin, or stuff your face with incredible Mexican food. You can browse artisan markets, wander expansive, green city parks, or partake in the lively nightlife. If you’re looking for inspiration, Bounce’s Mexico City guide is a great place to get started.


Mexico City is known for its variety of impressive museums. You can learn about everything from anthropology and art to architecture, chocolate, and beyond. The following are a few of the museums Bounce recommends including in your itinerary. Since these institutions won’t allow you to enter with large bags, be sure to arrange short-term luggage storage with a local Bounce partner before your visit. 

  • National Anthropology Museum: Located in Chapultepec Park, Mexico City’s Museo Nacional de Antropología holds an extensive collection of artifacts. The works occupy 23 exhibition halls and cover 4 square miles of floor space. Inside you’ll learn about the culture and history of Mexico’s different indigenous groups, different regions of Mexico, and much more. The museum also holds rotating exhibits dedicated to topics like Mexican ceramics, art that chronicles Mexican history, and more. Because this museum is so large, many visitors choose to dedicate an entire day just to browsing the collections.
  • Frida Kahlo House: Frida Kahlo’s childhood home in Coyoacán has been converted into a museum dedicated to her life and passion. Inside you’ll find some of Kahlo’s early pieces as well as later works. There is also a gallery filled with sketches by Diego Rivera and a fascinating exhibit dedicated to Kahlo’s clothing and style choices.
  • Chapultepec Castle: This castle was built in the 1700s as a summer home for the viceroy. Later, it served as a military school and the residence of Mexico’s president. These days, this stately castle is home to Mexico’s National History Museum. Inside, you can tour the castle rooms, stroll the gardens, and learn about Mexico’s history after the Spanish arrived. 


In a city of over 20 million people, there is no shortage of places to shop. Whether you’re looking for Mexican souvenirs to take back home, or are on the hunt for new pieces to add to your wardrobe, there are tons of places to look.

  • Roma Norte: Roma Norte is a wonderful neighborhood for sightseeing, dining, and shopping. As you stroll, you’ll come across boutiques selling home goods, clothing, books, art, and beyond. The shops in this neighborhood tend to be a little higher-end than in the other areas mentioned on this list.
  • San Ángel: If you’re on the hunt for Mexican art and handicrafts, the San Ángel neighborhood is the perfect place to look. Each Saturday, this neighborhood hosts a large street market. Vendors sell everything from clothing and textiles to art pieces, tchotchkes, and beyond. It’s the perfect place to pick up Mexican souvenirs at reasonable prices. If you can’t make it on a Saturday, a visit to San Ángel is still worth your while, as there are many boutiques and galleries to browse in this lovely neighborhood.
  • Coyoacan: Coyoacan is a wonderful shopping destination because it’s pedestrian-friendly and offers a wide variety of options. The Coyoacan Artisan’s market has vendors selling everything from Mexican ceramics to leather items, decorations, toys, and more. This neighborhood is also home to many boutiques and galleries selling everything from books to clothing, pet accessories, and beyond.


Mexico’s incredible cuisine is one of its biggest draws. While you’re in Mexico City it’s only logical to sample anything and everything that you can get your hands on. Whether you’re dining at a popular street cart, a non-descript taco joint, or a Michelin starred restaurant, you’re bound to have an incredible meal. The following are a few areas where you can find incredible flavors in Mexico City.

  • Condesa: This beautiful neighborhood is home to a huge range of dining experiences. Hole-in-the-wall spots like Antojitos Lety or Jugos Alex specialize in traditional Mexican dishes and are popular among locals. El Tizoncito serves some of Mexico City’s most coveted tacos. And all along Avenida Mazatlán, you’ll find restaurants specializing in everything from vegan options to wings or hamburgers, modern Mexican fare, sushi, and beyond. 
  • Polanco: For those in search of a fine dining experience, you may find yourself headed to Polanco. This affluent neighborhood is known for eateries like the famous Pujol, which specializes in offering a modern take on traditional Mexican dishes. El Chapulin, which is focused on indigenous cuisine, is another popular spot. You’ll also find many creative, vegan-friendly restaurants in this neighborhood.
  • Coyoacan: Coyoacan is a great place to sample traditional Mexican cuisine in a variety of settings. You’ll encounter beautiful sidewalk cafes with white table cloths, hole-in-the-wall taco joints, and a bustling market filled with all kinds of dining stalls, each with their own specialties.  

Luggage Storage near Mexico City Cathedral

For those interested in history and culture when they travel, Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral is one of the main tourist attractions. Located in the Centro Historico (the historic center), it's the largest Roman Catholic Cathedral on the continent and took over 200 years to build.

Before your visit, drop off your bags at one of our Mexico City Cathedral luggage storage facilities so that you can experience the amazing architecture without having to worry about your belongings.

Luggage Storage near Estela de Luz

Another major historic monument in Mexico City, the Estela de Luz marks the 200th anniversary of Mexico's freedom from Spain. Over 100 meters tall, the monument can be found at the entrance of Chapultepec park, which gives you the perfect opportunity to combine sightseeing with a walk around the beautiful grounds! Book luggage storage near Estela de Luz so that you don't have to lug your backpack around with you as you explore.

Luggage Storage near Angel of Independence

Located in downtown Mexico City at the center of one of the roundabouts on Paseo de la Reforma, the Angel of Independence is a monument to remember Mexico's War of Independence. Today, visitors can go into the monument itself and climb the tower, all for free. There are a lot of stairs, so make sure to use our nearby luggage storage spots before you go!

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