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asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Piraeus?

    There are multiple locations all around Piraeus which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Syntagma Square (Πλατεία Συντάγματος), Kifissia Grove (Άλσος Κηφισιάς), Kefalari Square (Πλατεία Κεφαλαρίου) and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Piraeus?

    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 Piraeus.

  • Are there storage lockers in Piraeus?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are McDonald's, Horizon Luxury Resto Bar, and Public Cafe. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Piraeus are Hotel Grande Bretagne, Divani Caravel Hotel, and ERGON House Hotel.

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

    Piraeus offers several scenic parks including Stavros Niarchos Park (Πάρκο Σταύρος Νιάρχος), Pedion Areos (Πεδίον του Άρεως), and The Ellinikon Experience Park.

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

    You can find local tourist information at SNFCC Visitors Center (Κέντρο Επισκεπτών ΚΠΙΣΝ), Versus Travel Club, and Destination Services Greece.


About Piraeus 

Piraeus is a port city located a short trip out of Athens, making it a popular launchpad for the coveted Greek Islands. Many tourists pass through the city every year as they board a ferry to the island of their choosing. While many travelers might only transit through the destination on the way to more luxurious adventures, Piraeus is extremely popular among the locals who flock to the city to enjoy the sun and sea. It’s known for its buzzing waterfront which boasts a whole range of hip restaurants, as well as some quieter neighborhoods that make the perfect spot for late-night catch-ups and dancing into the night. 

Piraeus may be defined by its harbor but the city is so much more than that. It’s home to boutique stores and trendy cafes, stunning scenery and colorful houses, and a rich history that is evident in the various museums located around town. Travelers who choose to explore the city rather than simply pass through will not be disappointed by the rich culture, interesting architecture and exceptional food.

With so much to do, you’ll have a full itinerary. Booking on our online platform gives you more time to sightsee. To secure luggage storage for heavy bags and non-essentials while you meander the beautiful cobblestone streets, download the easy-to-use Bounce app. Book a spot in advance, and start your adventure.  

Luggage storage in Piraeus 

Most people headed to Piraeus will be making the onward journey to the Greek Islands, but if you can spare a day you’ll get an insightful glimpse into the city. If you don’t plan a hotel check-in overnight, use our luggage storage service to explore without the hassle of your bags. We offer flexible baggage storage so you don’t have to cart your suitcases or personal items around with you on your excursions. 

Our luggage storage facilities are located in local shops, hotels and businesses close to transportation hubs and tourist attractions, guaranteeing that we’ll have a spot nearby when you need it. To find bag storage, search luggage storage Piraeus on our app, and create your booking. Drop off your things and get right back to gorgeous beaches and marvelous scenery. Spend the day experiencing the best Piraeus has to offer, then collect your gear and continue on your journey. It’s that easy!

Top things to do in Piraeus 

As a popular port city, most travelers are only familiar with the harbor. Tourists tend to know the name ‘Piraeus’ simply because of the ferries that transport hordes of people to the Greek Islands every day, not because of the city itself or anything it has to offer. If you have space in your itinerary, we strongly recommend you do some exploring in Piraeus. Even a few hours will give you a fulfilling introduction to this charming Greek city. Consider adding some of these things to your Piraeus bucket list.

Attractions and activities near Piraeus 

While the city of Piraeus shouldn’t be underestimated, we know that most people only head out this way as a part of a greater exploration of the area. If you’re building an epic itinerary to explore this part of Greece, we recommend the following attractions and activities.

Greek Islands

If you’re spending some time in Piraeus, reserve some time to explore the nearby islands. After all, this is the reason most people come to Piraeus at all! Whether you’re looking to party on Mykonos, soak up the luxury in Santorini, or get off the beaten track on Milos or Kythira, there truly is something special about the Greek Islands.

Votsalakia Beach

A little farther out from the main hub of Piraeus lies a stunning city beach with all of the facilities you need for an afternoon in the sun. It’s got a beach bar, various cafes and restaurants, and a whole selection of sun loungers to choose from.

Zea Marina

While most people hang out at the waterfront at Piraeus Port or Mikrolimano, Zea Marina is a picturesque spot that doesn’t quite get the same attention. That’s not a bad thing though, since it means there’ll be fewer crowds and a nice relaxing atmosphere. Head here for gelato, a meal at a modern restaurant, or to have a casual beer with area residents.

Piraeus Harbor

Wander the Piraeus Harbor to enjoy the boats and scenery. As the chief seaport for Athens, Port Piraeus is one of the city’s best-known locations. It’s also the biggest port in all of Greece, and one of Europe’s biggest harbors as well.

Archaeological Museum of Piraeus

Learn about Piraeus’ history at the Archaeological Museum of Piraeus. While here you’ll learn that Piraeus was an important commercial center of the Eastern Mediterranean during antiquity, and how during the times of Ancient Athens it was used as a naval dockyard. Most of the museum’s exhibits are filled with artifacts found during excavations, many of which date between the Mycenaean and Roman time periods.

Archaeological Museum of Piraeus bag policy

This museum doesn’t have a clear bag policy for its customers, but why drag your suitcase around for the entire day when you can easily store luggage at a Piraeus luggage storage facility? Unlike storage lockers, we let you book luggage storage with us in advance, keeping you from having to wait in long lines to drop off your things.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center

Immerse yourself in Greek culture at Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center. This complex is located in the bay of Faliro and is a free-access public space where locals can go to gather as a community and learn something new. It’s a venue for all kinds of recreational, athletic, educational, environmental and cultural events.

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center bag policy

There are no rules against bringing bags into the cultural center, but you might not have your hands free while you’re participating in the fun activities. We have luggage storage locations all over the city to use whenever you need somewhere to store your luggage, backpacks and heavy bags.

Allou! Fun Park

Release your inner child at Allou! Fun Park. This amusement park is filled with exciting rides, from roller coasters and Ferris wheels to thrill rides and go-karts. There are also tame options for younger guests or those who would simply rather ride on the merry-go-round or musical tea cups. The park also has water splash rides, a toy train ride, and realistic dinosaur statues which, as you can imagine, are quite popular among kids.

Allou! Fun Park bag policy

Although we’re not sure about the size of bags allowed inside the park, you can’t bring large bags onto the rides with you. Don’t carry your things around or worry about where to leave them while you enjoy the park. Keep them safe at a secure left luggage service in Piraeus.

Hellenic Maritime Museum

Be transported to a different time at the Hellenic Maritime Museum. If you’re already planning to visit the Zea Marina, reserve a few hours to check out this museum as well. It was first founded back in 1949 and is the biggest museum of its kind in all of Greece. Get informed about the interesting history and development of the Hellenic Navy. You’ll learn about facts from way back in prehistoric times all the way to today.

Hellenic Maritime Museum bag policy

The bag policy is unclear for the Hellenic Maritime Museum. Play it safe and store your luggage with us before your visit. We offer the best value for luggage storage. Unlike luggage lockers, we don’t charge more to stow bigger bags. Take your time enjoying the museum without your suitcases and come back for pick up once you’re done.

Shopping in Piraeus

Piraeus Central Market

Come explore the Piraeus Central Market which isn’t only a good place to shop, but also to immerse yourself in the city’s exciting local culture. Most of the stalls here offer fresh produce, meats and seafood, with everything from fruits and fish to fresh spice and herbs. Some items, like cheese, honey and olive oil, are great as gifts for loved ones, or to bring back home to incorporate into your own meals. Everything is produced locally.

Kastella neighborhood

Make your way to the neighborhood of Kastella for a fun day of retail therapy. This area is dotted with boutique shops where you can find fashionable and unique items to spice up your wardrobe. The shops here sell everything from clothing and accessories to artwork and home decor. While you explore the area pay attention to the beautiful neoclassical and art deco architecture of the buildings.

Mikrolimano district

Mikrolimano is a small port area close to the harbor and also happens to be a fantastic place to go shopping. Unlike the Kastella neighborhood, which is known for its specialty shops and boutiques, this part of the city attracts shoppers looking to dine in upscale restaurants and shop for luxury brands. Depending on your budget and how much money you want to spend, you can find just what you need here.

Top restaurants in Piraeus

Belle Amie

This Mediterranean restaurant is located in a lovely neoclassical building with a charming atmosphere that combines both history and modernity. They serve classic Greek dishes and are open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, as well as late into the night for drinks. Not sure what to order? Start with the beetroot salad and the grilled tuna dish as the main course. They have yummy desserts, like brownies, and a whole menu of cocktails.


Although it’s described as a simple fish restaurant, not many places do seafood better than Margaro. It first opened its doors to hungry locals in 1944 and has been thriving since. Just like the restaurant, the menu is limited in options but what they do have is always fantastic. Take your pick from meals like fried red mullet, salad, fried shrimp, and similar dishes.


Searching for somewhere unique to eat in Piraeus? We guarantee you’ve never been somewhere like Gajah before, which is like eating at a secret hidden island in the heart of town. Inside the courtyard of the restaurant, you’ll find wooden tables and chairs, palm trees, tiki statues, lush greenery, and a statue of an elephant. There’s even a spot where you can sit on comfy couch chairs on the sand. Some of their best dishes include duck noodle salad, Korean chicken wings, grab salad, and bao bun croco nuggets.

Transit options in Piraeus 


The suburban railway system is used by both locals and tourists to get where they need to go in Piraeus. You can get all around the region of Attica from the Piraeus train stations, including the airport. Taking a day trip to Athens is also very affordable, with tickets from the Piraeus train station costing about €1.40.


Piraeus’ metro has three lines that can bring you to Athens, different neighborhoods, and even to the Athens International Airport. If you want to reach Athens by metro, ticket prices are only about €1.20.


There’s a whole network of buses in Piraeus that travel using different schedules and routes to cover basically the whole city’s surface area. They also connect Piraeus to other parts of Athens. The price for a single ticket is about €1.40, or you can buy a day pass for €4.50.


As a port city, ferries and other boats travel in and out of Piraeus daily. If you want to spend time discovering the beautiful islands on the Aegean Sea, just hop on a ferry. You can reach destinations like Crete, Santorini, and Mykonos. Ferry ticket prices change depending on where you’re going, starting at around €13.00 to get to Agistri and up to €44.00 to go to the furthest destination, which is the North Aegean islands.

Explore Piraeus without carrying around your luggage

Consider storing your belongings while you’re in Piraeus. Our partners are found in convenient locations all over the city, allowing you to easily find luggage storage near whatever you’d like to see. Drop off your things as soon as you’ve arrived and you’ll be ready to spend the whole day visiting museums, relaxing on the beach, or doing anything else that you want in Piraeus.

If you found our services useful on your trip to Piraeus, know that we have more luggage storage services available all over the world. Whether you’re traveling further into Greece to places like Athens, Thessaloniki or Heraklion or somewhere new entirely, keep us in mind.

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