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Rated 4.9 by 515,588+ people

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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Pisa Centrale?

    The price for luggage storage near Pisa Centrale starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Pisa Centrale?

    There are multiple locations in the Pisa Centrale area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Stazione di Livorno Centrale, Stazione di Lucca, and Pisa Airport (PSA) (Aeroporto di Pisa) and all over Pisa.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Pisa Centrale?

    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 Pisa Centrale.

  • Are there storage lockers near Pisa Centrale?

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

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Pisa Centrale?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Pisa Centrale are NH Cavalieri, Hotel Pisa Tower, and Hotel La Pace. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Pisa Centrale are Hostel Pisa, Affittacamere Delfo, and Hostel Pisa Tower.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Pisa Centrale?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Pisa Centrale are McDonald's, Lo Sfizio, and Filter Coffee Lab.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Pisa Centrale?

    Check out the nearby Parco dei Salti, Parco Giochi Via Visignano, and L'Abetone.


About Pisa Centrale

Pisa Centrale train station, also known as the Pisa Central station, lies right in the heart of the city and services commuters around the Tuscany region of Italy. This Pisa railway station is one of the city’s busiest, seeing millions of passengers every year. The station has been around for a while, having been built in 1871, when it replaced an older station in the same area. That being said, the station did receive some modifications and renovations after being severely damaged during World War II.

As one of the main railway hubs in Tuscany, it’s no surprise that Pisa Centrale is found on significant train routes within Italy, namely the Pisa-Livorno-Rome route, the Pisa-La Spezia-Genoa route, and the Pisa-Florence route. Apart from the airport, Pisa Centrale railway station is also one of the primary entry points into Pisa.

If you’re using Pisa Centrale station to get into the city, you’re beginning your trip in the right place. Its central location and great amenities make it a fantastic starting point for your vacation, leaving you with easy access to all of the best Pisa attractions. Before taking off into town, check out Bounce’s luggage storage options nearby to drop off unnecessary bags.

Can I store my luggage at Pisa Centrale?

We offer a Pisa Centrale station luggage storage service, enabling you to drop off bulky bags and whatever else is slowing you down. Rather than wait in lines for busy storage lockers, we have plenty of convenient locations within walking distance. See all of our highly-rated store partners and easily complete your booking online using our app. Once you choose a baggage storage spot that works for you, drop off your heavy bags and enjoy Pisa for as long as you’d like.

Are there luggage lockers in Pisa?

Yes, you’ll find some businesses that offer storage lockers around Pisa. But before you stuff your things into a small locker, consider our concierge-type left luggage service. Lockers typically cannot fit large suitcases, leaving you with your biggest items to carry around. At Bounce, your things will be kept in a secure luggage room. Because we have no size restrictions, you can store anything from small bags to strollers, and we won’t charge you more for bigger items. Using our convenient service, you’ll be free to explore Pisa while knowing your things are safe and out of the way.

Things to do near Pisa Centrale

Passing through Pisa Centrale is one of the most convenient ways to enter the beautiful and historic Italian city of Pisa, straddling the Arno River. Although small in size and population, the legendary capital city of the Province of Pisa is one of Tuscany’s most renowned places. It’s a stopover en route to other Italian regions and a tourist destination in its own right. Being heavily involved in some of the country’s most significant events, Pisa is still packed with numerous historic buildings and sites worth checking out.

Iglesia de Santa Maria della Spina

Marvel at the small but stunning church of Santa Maria della Spina, located along the banks of River Arno. The 13th-century Gothic-style church is smaller than other churches in the city, but that doesn’t make it any less impressive. It’s just a short walk from the Pisa train station, and you can get here in about 11 minutes by foot.

Borgo Stretto

Get your retail therapy fix at Borgo Stretto. The famous street is known for its upscale shopping and impressive architecture. It’s also lined with quaint cafés and boutiques. It’s the perfect place to go for a shopping spree or just for some people-watching. It’ll only take 15 minutes to walk here from the train station.

Palazzo Blu

This art gallery has hosted numerous interesting exhibits featuring works from artists such as Salvador Dali, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Amedeo Modigliani. If you’re interested in art and want to see some works by master painters, don’t miss it. You can also find a lovely bookshop and café here. It’s an easy walk from the station and will take about 15 minutes to reach.

Palazzo Blu bag policy

Guests cannot bring large bags, backpacks, umbrellas, or bulky items inside the gallery. We recommend that you find a convenient location and store your bags for a few hours while you browse the gallery. Remember that you can book online in advance using our app, making your bag drop off quick and easy.

Airport travel from Pisa Centrale

Pisa International Airport to Pisa Centrale

Pisa International Airport is the best airport to fly into and is conveniently located close to the city. In fact, Pisa Airport is situated so close to the train station that you can walk there in about 20 minutes. You might not want to walk that far with your suitcases in tow, so the S2 shuttle bus is a great option. You can catch it from the airport, and after 2 stops, you’ll arrive at Pisa Centrale. This is a very quick journey that takes less than 10 minutes, and it only costs €6.50.

Getting around Pisa from Pisa Centrale

You’ll already have your fair share of things to do near Pisa Centrale, especially since it’s within walking distance of nearly all of the city’s top sights. If you’re interested in seeing some attractions that are less busy with tourists, you’ll find lots of hidden gems just a short way away. Take a look at these options below.

San Piero a Grado

Outside the city center stands this 10th-century basilica, which is believed to be where St. Peter landed in 44 AD. Although it’s gone through several expansions and modifications since being built, the site holds lots of history and even has partially visible archaeological excavations indoors. To get here, walk to the bus stop at Sesta Porta and catch the next 010 bus. Ride until you reach S. Piero A Grado, the stop outside the basilica. Overall, it’ll only take 20 minutes, and tickets cost €3.00 if you purchase them onboard.

Marina di Pisa

Marina di Pisa is a beautiful seaside resort transformed from what was formerly a fishing village. Today, the area is home to a modern port with a yachting dock, as well as gorgeous sandy and pebble beaches. Stop by to walk around the area, or bring a blanket and sit down for a few hours by the water. The coast is a bit further than the San Piero a Grado and can be reached by taking the same 101 bus from Sesta Porta. You’ll have to stay onboard for 31 stops until V.Moriconi, leaving you right by the coast. The ticket fare will still be about €3.00, and the bus ride will take 35 minutes.

Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a bit of a day trip away from Pisa, but it’s a popular vacation spot and well worth the journey. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the area includes five villages by the Italian coastline, offering beautiful hiking trails and picturesque views. To get here, catch the IC train right from Pisa Centrale. In 4 stops, you’ll reach Monterosso, which is right by Cinque Terre. The commute will take about an hour and 15 minutes, and tickets start at €10.05.

Luggage storage near Pisa Centrale

Like most train stations, Pisa Centrale can be a busy place. Accommodating tourists and locals alike, you won't want to drag your big bags around this busy place. With baggage storage spots in local hotels, shops, and businesses all around town, you’ll never be stuck holding your backpack or suitcases around Pisa. Take advantage of our convenient opening hours and easy-to-use app to make a booking reservation anytime you need somewhere to stash your belongings.

There’s much more to Pisa than the Leaning Tower, AKA the Torre di Pisa. As well as seeing the unique tower, tour the impressive Santa Maria Assunta cathedral, walk through the fascinating Museum of Human Anatomy, or shop at the Ponte di Mezzo antique market.

If you find yourself reaching for your passport often, always keep the Bounce app ready on your phone. Our luggage storage service extends much further than the limits of Pisa and is the best tool for frequent travelers.

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