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Paris counts as one of the world’s greatest and most-famous capital cities. It has existed since the time of the Celts. Over the centuries, French leaders, artists and intellectuals have called the City of Light home. Paris has survived the French Revolution, two World Wars and other important world events.
Today, it’s a center for diplomacy, finance, fashion, the arts, gastronomy and commerce. As such, Paris draws millions of visitors each year. They come to see grand landmarks like its famous tower, as well as works of art, like the Mona Lisa, to take walking tours and to try famous French dishes that include exotic-sounding cheeses, crusty breads and French onion soup.
Bounce is proud to offering bag drop points around the City of Light. We partner with numerous businesses in the city to provide you with the best options for luggage storage in Paris, hands down.
Luggage storage in Paris 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 Paris. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Paris as never been easier.
With nearly 400,000 objects, works of art and 652,000 square feet, the Louvre Museum holds the distinction of being the world’s largest museum. Fifteen thousand people visit its halls each day. They make their way through numerous exhibits to see some of the world’s most famous pieces of art, including maybe the most famous painting in history: the “Mona Lisa.” However, as famous as she is, the “Mona Lisa” isn’t the only attraction. “The Winged Victory of Samothrace,” “the Venus de Milo” and “Liberty Leading the People” are among the Louvre’s more famous works of art.
Additionally, because it’s such a staple in world culture, the Louvre has also become the backdrop for many movies and TV shows. “The Da Vinci Code,” “Wonder Woman” and “The Bourne Identity” have all filmed at this famous art hub. In all, more than 500 music videos, films and other projects are filmed at, in or around the Louvre. Additionally, it’s a prime research destination for historians, writers, archeologists and artists: Presidential portrait painter Kehinde Wiley did extensive research at the Louvre for a series of paintings he completed recently.
All in all, the Louvre counts as the place to see when you’re in Paris; there is no other experience in the art world quite like it. The shear size of the Louvre Museum makes carrying heavy bags around nearly impossible. Fortunately, Bounce has partners in The City of Light, who provide luggage storage in Paris near the world’s most famous museum.
This Paris landmark is so famous, you need only to see a silhouette of it on a postcard to know immediately what it is. Like the Space Needle in Seattle, this grand edifice was created for the World’s Fair, which took place in Paris in 1889. It got its name from Gustave Eiffel, the engineer whose company was responsible for designing and building this 1,063-foot-tall tower. The Eiffel Tower represented a number of firsts in its day, including being the tallest manmade structure when it was first constructed.
The Eiffel Tower is one of Paris’s most-visited sites, as well as one of the most-recognizable landmarks in the world. Restaurants and observation decks provide visitors with world-class views of the city. Finally, the Eiffel Tower holds the distinction of being France’s tallest free-standing structure.
There’s no better reason for looking into luggage storage in Paris than when you’re planning on a trip to this beauty. Our Paris partners have plenty of options for bag storage in Paris near the Eiffel Tower. Log onto your app to find the one that’s right for you.
The Roissy Airport, better known as the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, is France’s largest international airport. It also holds the distinction of being the second-busiest European airport. It takes its name from Charles de Gaulle, the French Fifth Republic founder and from the Roissy-en-France, the area in which its located. It sits about 23 kilometers away from Paris proper and is Air France’s principal hub. It’s also a stopping point for may other carriers, including Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air China and WestJet.
It’s likely that your travels into France and the City of Light will commence at the Charles de Gaulle Airport. Paris is best seen when you’re not weighed down by heavy bags. Peruse Bounce’s app to find out what kind of options we offer for luggage storage in Paris near the Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Our Lady of Paris, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, is Paris’s 800-year-old Grand Dame and counts among the city’s most-visited sites. Over the centuries, Paris’s Grand Dame has shown remarkable resilience, seen most recently when the roof of the lady burned in a fire on April 15, 2019. Before the fire, about 12 million people came to see Notre Dame, and despite the fire closing this French Gothic landmark to the public, there is still much to see in the general vicinity.
Paris counts as one of the world’s supremely walkable cities, and this is made abundantly clear when you’re visiting the Notre Dame area. Within walking distance from Notre Dame is Shakespeare and Company, one of the city’s best bookstores. There are also excellent views of Notre Dame from Ile Saint Louis (and possibly even better ice cream). Ile Saint Louis is an island on the Seine, just across from Notre Dame. It’s an excellent place for urban sketchers and for those who love a good walkabout to visit. Finally, with the Louvre only about 10 minutes away from the Grand Lady, this area of Paris offers a good jumping off point for other equally cool destinations.
Paris’s Lady deserves your undivided attention. As such, you’ll want to find a place to stow your bags before you start sightseeing around the Notre Dame Cathedral. Fortunately, many of Bounce’s partners are located near her. Just check your Bounce app to discover what options there are for luggage storage in Paris near the cathedral. Once you find a drop point, one of our partners will take care of any concerns you may have about bag storage in Paris, allowing you to visit Notre Dame with free hands and a free spirit.
Montmartre counts as one of Paris’s most popular neighborhoods. Its cobblestone streets, stunning flora, coffeehouses, art attractions and quaint way of life make it a popular stop for walking tour fans. It’s a place where artists, like Picasso and Van Gogh lived and worked. Their spirit lives on in the artists who take up their easels in Montmartre’s streets today.
And given the French reputation for gastronomy, it’s no wonder that walking tours through Montmartre are on many a foodie’s bucket lists. Some food tours begin at another famous landmark near Montmartre, the Moulin Rouge and take you all over Montmartre in search of baguettes, brie and French wine.
Finally, we’d be remiss if we didn’t tell you to take a trek to Sacré-Cœur Basilica. Many consider this Parisian landmark a masterpiece. Given that it’s home to the City of Light’s biggest mosaic, it’s easy to see why. It’s an excellent place to tour, to take a picnic or to relax and enjoy views of the neighborhood.
A good tour of Montmarte begins with you stowing your bags someplace. Our offerings for luggage storage in Paris include drops in this famous district. The businesses that partner with Bounce are businesses, like Parisian delis, restaurants and hotels. This makes bag storage in Paris in and near Montmartre very convenient; there are plenty of these kinds of establishments all over the neighborhood, making finding the perfect drop point a breeze.
When you’re in Paris to see a concert, a sporting event or theatrical production, there’s one place to see it: AccorHotels Arena. Artists like Sting, David Guetta, Lana del Rey and the Jonas Brothers have played here.
However, those artists only represent a fraction of what goes at the AccorHotels Arena. Recent theatrical productions include “The Greatest Showman” and “Corteo” by Cirque du Soleil. As for sporting events and sporting entertainment, the Harlem Globetrotters, the Rolex Paris Masters and the League of Legends World Championship count among the events that sports fans won’t want to miss.
Aside from all of this, it’s possible to come to the AccorHotels Arena to play. During the winter holiday season, come to the arena when you want to get your skate on. There is daily ice skating at the arena, as well as other ice skating-themed events. Finally, when it’s all said and done and hunger has grabbed you, you’ll get your nosh on at onsite restaurants and theme bars. In Paris, even fast food is gourmet.
Get rid of your bags before you get your skate on, or before the lights go down on the Cirque du Soleil show. Bounce has plenty of options for luggage storage in Paris near the arena, so go play, unencumbered.
This Paris cabaret has been capturing the imagination since artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec memorialized its halls in the late 1800s. Since then, artists like Elton John and Liza Minnelli have played here, and a movie of the same name came to the silver screen in the early 2000s. Its decor is scrumptiously Parisian, as is its food. French Chef David le Quellec creates dishes that smell and taste divine and that are served with Champagne, which is the official drink of Moulin Rouge.
A night out at the Moulin Rouge requires tickets, the correct clothing and bag-free hands. Although it’s a cabaret, more formality is expected. As such, you’ll feel more comfortable if you locate luggage storage in Paris near the cabaret before you hit the theater. Check our app to find drop points near the Moulin Rouge.
Paris’s most-famous street counts as one of the city’s visual wonders. Its light-filled streets provide a home for luxury boutiques, restaurants and arthouses. However, the Champs Élysées is also one of the spots for the Tour de France, Bastille Day celebrations and thousands of Christmas lights during the holiday season.
Visit the Champs Élysées when you want to pick up a Louis Vuitton bag, to have lunch at a street-side cafe or to walk under the protection of the city’s lights after twilight. It’s a magical experience from one end to the other. You won’t want to miss walking along this two-kilometer street of magic.
The only kind of bag you should be carrying down the Champs Élysées is the Louis Vuitton handbag you bought on this famous street. Before you visit Paris’s most-famous street, be sure to look into luggage storage in Paris near the Champs Élysées.