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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Salerno?

    There are multiple locations all around Salerno which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Villa Rufolo, Pompeii Archaeological Park (Area Archeologica di Pompei), Lido Marinella and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Salerno?

    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 Salerno.

  • Are there storage lockers in Salerno?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Antica Caffetteria, Madegra - Salerno, and Ristorante Mediterraneo. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Salerno are Hotel Raito, Grand Hotel Salerno, and Hotel Centro Congressi Polo Nautico.

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

    Salerno offers several scenic parks including Parco Del Mercatello, Parco Del Seminario, and Parco Il Galiziano.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Infopoint Turistico Comune di Salerno, Consorzio Servizi Turistici e Trasporti Campania International, and Travel Best di Sorrentino Antonio.


About Salerno

The city of Salerno sprawls along the eastern shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea. With its beaches, stunning architecture, and vibrant nightlife, the city is a great destination for both locals and foreign visitors. Plus, it’s just a short ferry ride from the famous Amalfi Coast.

Salerno has a modern appearance with a busy port and an oyster-shaped Salerno Maritime Terminal offering views across the bay. But as you explore its ancient center, you’ll discover more of its historic charm. It boasts a wealth of magnificent monuments, ancient palaces, museums, and squares.

Due to its central location, the city is the perfect base for day trips and tours. It has a broad network of bus lines and train routes, and its light metro system offers convenient access to most of Salerno’s best attractions. The lodging options in Salerno are also diverse, ranging from beachfront suites and traditional, big-brand hotels to modern-themed bed and breakfasts.

Fun Fact: The world’s first medical school was established in Salerno in the 9th century. The institution, called the Schola Medica Salernitana, operated for over 900 years.

Enjoy Salerno’s best experiences without the weight of your heavy bags. Store luggage, backpacks, or whatever is holding you back from exploring your new destination. Use our luggage storage service in Salerno and embrace the freedom and flexibility that comes with light travel.

Luggage storage in Salerno

People visit Salerno for its pretty ocean views, enjoyable climate, and archaeological sites such as the Greek ruins of Paestum. You may want to take a day trip or two as ferries offer access to the nearby islands of Capri and Procida. Whether you have a short or long stay in this port city, your days will be packed with exciting adventures.

While seeing the best of the area and beyond, you’ll need a place to stow non-essentials. Keep your belongings safe while exploring Salerno’s top attractions by using one of the secure luggage storage facilities our store partners provide. 

Online reservations are easy, and drop-off points are in convenient locations near transportation hubs and famous tourist spots. Download the Bounce app to find the best left luggage facilities near you and explore southern Italy’s awe-inspiring terrain without heavy bags.

Top things to do in Salerno

Salerno is a favored Amalfi Coast destination, offering a varied experience to visitors. You can fill your itinerary with boat cruises and seaside strolls or trek along stunning paths and tour ancient ruins and immaculate churches. Entertainment in Salerno is also abundant, while its dining scene is diverse. Whether you’re up for a low-key beach day or a multi-stop adventure, Salerno’s got you covered.

Attractions and activities in Salerno

Salerno Cathedral

From its 12th-century bell tower to its intricate mosaics, this 950-year-old church is a must-see in Salerno. The cathedral is in the heart of the Old Town, and history runs deep here. Artwork and architecture represent the various eras that the church has weathered, and it’s believed that Matthew the Apostle was interred within the cathedral's crypt.

Over the centuries, extensive renovations have kept the structure intact and true to its original grandeur. The cathedral (also known as Duomo) is open for tours. Visitors can view prized artwork, the crypt, and dozens of stunning frescoes. The property’s Chapel of The Treasures of St. Matthew displays rare artifacts and statues and opens one day each month.

Salerno Cathedral bag policy

Visitors can bring a small bag, but oversized baggage will be too uncomfortable to drag and maneuver as you tour the property. Store suitcases safely with our Salerno luggage storage service, so you can take your time admiring the architecture and artifacts without bags weighing you down.

Castello di Arechi

This towering medieval fortress will take you back to the Middle Ages. The castle was built in the 700s and has been a cornerstone of Salerno’s defense for generations. Though the prominent structure has sustained damage and deterioration over the centuries, it maintains its commanding presence, perched atop the Gulf of Salerno.

Also on-site is the Medieval Castle Museum, which houses glass and ceramic works excavated from the castle grounds. Other artifacts on display include military wares and iron components like hinges and doorknobs that date back hundreds of years. Also, there’s no need to leave when mealtime rolls around. The property houses an excellent farm-to-table-style restaurant. Diners can sample fantastic Italian cuisine or sip locally-made wine while taking in ocean views from the elegant outdoor terrace.

Castello di Arechi bag policy

You can easily spend a day touring the ins and outs of this massive castle, the museum, and the restaurant. To cover more ground and see more places in a shorter time, store your luggage with us and lighten your load. Our easy-to-use Bounce app allows you to find luggage storage near Salerno station and other areas that tourists frequent. Once you arrive at the store partner, drop off your bags for a few hours and enjoy your day hands-free. 

Provincial Archaeological Museum of Salerno

Delve into Salerno’s primitive past at the Provincial Archaeological Museum of Salerno. The museum features artifacts found in the province of Salerno from prehistoric times to the late Roman Empire era. An extraordinary find you can’t miss when you visit is the bronze head of Apollo, which has become the symbol of the museum. It’s a small cultural site, offering an intimate space to learn about the life of ancient people.

Provincial Archaeological Museum of Salerno bag policy

The museum has a baggage storage spot reserved for guests. However, since it’s a small museum, its storage space is limited, and unable to store large bags. We’re great for oversized luggage. When you book a Bounce storage spot, you’ll have a secure place for your items. You can also rely on a fantastic customer support team that’s available 24/7 to answer your questions. 

Shopping in Salerno

You can’t leave Salerno without getting something to bring home as a gift or special souvenir. Combine your cultural adventure with shopping as you stroll along the many shopping streets at the historical center of Salerno. Hit the malls, but don’t forget to stop by the trendy boutiques, antique stores, local shops, and hidden gems awaiting discovery.

Via dei Mercanti

Via dei Mercanti has been the economic hub of Salerno city since the medieval era, welcoming traders from around the region. Today, it remains a bustling shopping destination with numerous shops enticing passersby. The long, narrow street is only open to pedestrians, with shops selling high-end jewelry and designer fashion. There are also a few art and antique stores for those seeking interesting gift items or something to add to their collection.

Vecchi Libri

If your idea of retail therapy is buying books, head to Vecchi Libri. But it’s not your typical bookstore. It’s an antiquarian bookshop and a vintage bazaar specializing in ancient, rare, out-of-distribution, and out-of-print books. It also has a collection of vintage objects, collectibles, and modern antiques. Vecchi Libri is a treasure trove of one-of-a-kind items you won’t find anywhere else.

Centro Commerciale Le Cotoniere

Combine shopping, dining, and entertainment at Centro Commerciale Le Cotoniere. This shopping center has over ninety shops, including a supermarket, restaurants, bars, and entertainment facilities, under one roof. Here, you can buy clothing, sports gear, or accessories from your favorite international brand or Italian brands like Stroili or Kiko Milano. There are also relaxation areas, a public park, and a dog-friendly space at the mall. It’s easily accessible, with the Salerno train station just a few kilometers away.

Shopping anywhere in Italy is a special experience and you don’t want to be weighed down by heavy non-essential items. For your convenience, our luggage storage partners are located near the top attractions and transit hubs. Take advantage of our convenient locations and book luggage storage whenever you need it.

Top Restaurants in Salerno

There’s no better place in the region to experience authentic Italian living, culture, and cuisine than Salerno. Whether you’re in the mood for fancy dining or prefer a casual setting with a lovely view, we have a few options for a delightful culinary experience in Salerno.

Papilla Felix

Sample authentic Italian flavors at Papilla Felix, a small traditional restaurant serving homemade cuisine. It’s situated in the eastern part of Salerno Mercatello, a few kilometers from the city center. They’re proud of flavor-rich dishes filled with the unique aromas of the Neapolitan and Salerno traditions. Since it’s only a few steps from the ocean, you should try their seafood dishes like Spaghettoni alla Cetarese, with a mix of grilled and fried fish.

Dedicato A Mio Padre

Still can’t get enough of seafood? Dine at Dedicato A Mio Padre. It takes pride in its flavorful, traditional dishes using only the freshest, local ingredients. Their Crudo di Pesce is a must-try, but if you’re craving pasta dishes, order Mezze maniche ai frutti di mare for lunch or dinner. It has indoor and outdoor seating, where you can savor your dish in a warm, cozy atmosphere.


If you want to have a break from Italian food, try the Spanish-Japanese treats at Kemado. It perfectly combines Spanish gastronomy with Japanese aesthetics, creating a flavor-rich and visually appealing meal. Customers can choose from basic, premium, exclusive, and Kobe menus; each comes with tapas, desserts, veggies, and meat dishes, like cube roll steak and lombata di vitello.

Store your bags with us before you dine. We’re affordable and available. Unlike luggage. lockers, we always have space. Easily booked online in advance, you can secure a spot for your things before you decide where to eat.

Transit options in Salerno

Getting around Salerno is easy if you know your options and where to go. Here are a few ways to travel in and around the city:


Salerno has a network of buses that operate from 5:30 AM to 10:30 PM. The Busitalia travels to Salerno and other towns in Campania. Salerno’s main bus stop is located at the train station. Besides Busitalia, SITA buses also operate regularly, offering local and long-distance services.

Ticket prices vary, depending on your journey, so keep this in mind when you travel. A three-day bus trip can cost €18, whereas a 45-minute ride is only €2.50.

Salerno Metro Service

If you plan to travel only within the city limits, Salerno has a network of light metro trains spread over about eight kilometers. It links the ancient center and the Stadio Arechi in about a fifteen-minute journey. A one-way ticket costs €1.

Salerno Train

You have to catch a high-speed or intercity train for long-distance and regional travel. Salerno train station is an important transport hub for long-distance and regional trains. It links the city to nearly all major Italian destinations, including Milan, Rome, Naples, Venice, and Turin. You can buy a ticket at Italo and Trenitalia or the train station. A ticket from Salerno to Milan is about €38.50.

Book luggage storage in Salerno and explore more 

Store luggage safely with Bounce and explore amazing destinations. With your stuff securely stowed, you can follow your whim and experience great flexibility. No heavy baggage or huge bags can stop you from discovering those hidden alleyways and streets. Plus, we offer BounceShield™ Protection to guarantee the security of your precious items while you’re out and about.

Planning to travel extensively throughout Italy? Take a look at our city guides for Rome, Turin, and Milan, and make use of Bounce's widespread luggage storage options available across Italy.

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