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asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Riomaggiore?

    There are multiple locations all around Riomaggiore which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Spiaggia di Levanto, Lido di Lerici, Porto di La Spezia and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Riomaggiore?

    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 Riomaggiore.

  • Are there storage lockers in Riomaggiore?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Pizzeria Masaniello, Nana Meat & Wine, and Pulcinella Pizzeria Trattoria. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Riomaggiore are Hotel Le Grazie, Grand Hotel Portovenere, and Hotel Ghironi.

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

    Riomaggiore offers several scenic parks including Parco Xxv Aprile, Giardini Pubblici, and Parco della Rimembranza.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Blastness SAS, Agenzia Viaggi Arianna 2002, and Associazione Pro Loco.


Store your luggage around Riomaggiore with Bounce

While Europe’s bustling cities and capitals are obvious destinations for a trip, sometimes it’s the smaller settings that hit the travel sweet spot. Italy’s small towns, in particular, have a way of providing everything you’ll need for a vacation. Cinque Terre, which is a string of small fishing villages on the Mediterranean, should certainly be at the top of your list. 

Riomaggiore is one of the smaller villages in this region and epitomizes what your expectations will be for a coastal Italian town. Picturesque buildings and houses cluster around a small marina and are surrounded by rugged terrain and the stunning waters of the Mediterranean.

The best thing about places like Riomaggiore is the combination of history and relaxation. There are beach clubs and spas within walking distance of centuries-old landmarks and even museums. 

Italy’s iconic cultural cornerstones are just as prevalent in a place like Riomaggiore as they are in Rome or Venice. You can count on piazza-side gelaterias and cafes where you can spend an hour taking in the scenery and sipping on an espresso. Aperitivo hour? Show up at Piazza Vignaiolo in the late afternoon, and you’ll find that locals and tourists alike are keeping with tradition. Don’t think for a second that Michelin hasn’t taken notice of some of the superb traditional and contemporary cuisine that’s being prepared in these tiny villages, either. 

There are plenty of outdoor activities to get into around Riomaggiore, including the rugged Via dell'Amore hiking trail, which offers stunning (and infinitely Instagrammable) views of the Mediterranean. Though small, the town itself is well worth exploring, with plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants, and landmarks to visit while in town. Here’s a quick guide for where to start: 

Luggage storage in Riomaggiore

There’s nothing worse than getting caught with your bags while you’re trying to have the adventure you’ve been daydreaming about since the day you planned your trip, so it’s best to look for a secure place to store your bags so you can enjoy cities like Riomaggiore uninhibited. The best luggage storage that Riomaggiore has to offer is Bounce. You can find a place to store your luggage on its intuitive app. 

You can check out different luggage storage locations before or during your trip and book online. Bounce also comes with 24/7 support and the Bounce Guarantee, which secures your belongings and gives you the peace of mind needed to truly enjoy a vacation.

Riomaggiore city guide 

Top things to do in Riomaggiore

The entire Cinque Terre region has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so it’s safe to say you’re in the right place for history, culture, and neutral beauty. The Ligurian Sea, which is a part of the Mediterranean, offers some of the best boating and swimming conditions on the planet. Its rugged coastline is ideal for hiking and sightseeing, with trails like Borgo Storico that you can get to from Riomaggiore’s town center. The beaches, of course, are incredible. 

If you want a bit of culture, you don’t need to go far. Riomaggiore has plenty of superb restaurants, amazing shopping, and even some landmarks and museums to hit. Here are a few suggestions: 

Museums in Riomaggiore

Church of San Giovanni Battista

This 14th-century church is one of Riomaggiore's main landmarks, and it’s located right in the town center. It’s easy to visit despite its popularity, and you can use it as a starting point for exploring the rest of the village. The church's charming Gothic facade and elegant interior feature some of the most detailed craftsmanship you’ll find, with the 14th-century stricture being meticulously preserved by the town. 

Church of San Giovanni Battista bag policy

This church doesn't have a bag policy, but your visit will be a little smoother without the roller bag. Luckily, the church's location makes it easy to find a luggage storage facility.

Doria Castle

Located nearby in Vernazza, the Castello Doria is perched atop a hill overlooking this attractive Cinque Terre village. It’s a medieval castle dating back all the way to the 15th century, which might explain why it's mostly in ruins. It was once a formidable Genoese fortress used to protect the village from pirates and hostile naval powers. The climb to the castle offers fantastic panoramic views of the village and the coastline, especially during sunset when the western-facing town is bathed in golden hues. 

doria castle bag policy

This fortress has limited amenities onsite, but there isn't a bag policy in place. Reaching the castle does require a trek up a hill, so it's best to leave the bags with Bounce before heading to Doria Castle.

Castello di Riomaggiore

While there are certainly more attractive castles in Cinque Terre, Riomaggiore’s protective Genoese fortress is a beloved local landmark. Its quadrangular walls are flanked by squat guard towers, which feature heavy wear over the centuries. It’s been used as a cemetery but is now a cultural center for travelers and local events. It’s a quick walk from town, so well worth a visit!

These castles and churches do not have luggage lockers onsite, so it's best to leave the bags with a luggage storage service like Bounce. You definitely don't want to be lugging your bags up those hills when visiting castles! 

Castello di Riomaggiore bag policy:

This is a simple attraction, so there aren't many rules in place. There aren't lockers onsite, either, so dropping the bags with Bounce is a great way to lighten the load for your visit to the castle.

Shopping in Riomaggiore

Via Colombo

Riomaggiore is a small fishing village, so you won’t find the selection of stores you will in larger cities. Still, the main street that runs through the heart of Riomaggiore features a few shops and boutiques. Via Colombo is also fun to explore, regardless of whether you want to buy anything. 

Take a shopping trip to Monterosso Al Mare

The largest village in Cinque Terre is easily accessible from Riomahgiore, so a day trip is highly advisable for a change of scenery and added amenities. While it’s certainly up for debate amongst locals, Monterosso Al Mare likely has the best shopping in Cinque Terre in its cobbled streets. While you won’t find a large shopping mall in the middle of this village, you’ll still have a wider selection of local shops selling handicrafts and upscale clothing. 

La Spezia Markets

This town is only about a 10-minute train ride from Riomaggiore, and it hosts some of the best markets in the region. La Spezia’s Friday Market is a short walk from Piazza Garibaldi and the town’s main train station, so it’s the perfect stop for a day trip from Riomaggiore. You’ll find everything from fresh produce and seafood to portable delights like local cheeses, breads, baked goods, and wine. 

Looking into luggage storage options near retail districts and markets is a great way to lighten the load for your shopping spree. Certain malls have left luggage facilities, but that's not always reliable. That’s why Bounce has strategically placed locations near the best shopping destinations! 

Restaurants in Riomaggiore

Cinque Terre is renowned for being one of the most fruitful seafood regions in Europe, and its distinct regional approach to preparation and presentation makes towns like Riomaggiore a destination for foodies from around the world. Keep an eye out for local delicacies like lemon-marinated anchovies, stuffed mussels, and seafood risotto. There’s also plenty of seafood pasta prepared with tomato sauces that almost resemble a stew. Either way, expect some of the best and most surprising seafood you’ll ever eat! Don’t sleep on local Sciacchetrà wine, either. 

Fuori Rotta

One of the few trendy restaurants in Cinque Terre, this stylish trattoria specializes in contemporary takes on regional classics. While you’ll still find seafood, seafood, and more seafood, it will be artfully presented and contain some surprising flavors. Their terrace overlooks the town, and you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the hillside and Mediterranean. It’s a tiny place run by a young couple, so making a reservation will help!

Dau Cila

This Michelin-acknowledged restaurant overlooks Riomaggiore’s harbor, where much of Dau Cila’s seafood is pulled from fishing boats. Everything is straightforward and delicious at this deeply authentic spot. Grilled octopus with a simple serving of pasta is all you need in this world; you just won’t know it until you’ve dined at Dau Cila. 

Trattoria La Lampara

The most highly recommended restaurant in Riomaggiore is this upscale eatery situated in the heart of town. Expect stunning contemporary presentations for ultra-fresh seafood, a luxurious wine selection curated by experts, and decadent desserts. The quality and inventive flavors justify the price point, but this is certainly a place for special occasions rather than a casual bite. Reservations should be made as soon as you book your trip to Riomaggiore!

Finding a luggage storage service before heading out for the night is a must if you’ll be dining at tiny seaside restaurants like these. So don’t get caught dragging your luggage through an intimate dining space! Luckily, Bounce has locations near all the best restaurants and nightlife in Riomaggiore.


If you want to explore the rest of the Cinque Terre and beyond, Bounce has made travel guides for other towns like La Spezia, Genoa, and Livorno. There are also plenty of luggage storage spots in each of these places, so it’s easy to find a secure location for storing your bags when you’re on the go. If you need to book luggage storage in Italy, or basically anywhere else), there’s only one service to trust, and that’s Bounce.

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