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

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

  • Where can I store luggage in Sassari?

    There are multiple locations all around Sassari which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Torre Nuova, Emiciclo Garibaldi, Piazzale della Pace and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Sassari?

    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 Sassari.

  • Are there storage lockers in Sassari?

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

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

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Bowling, KOKO Sushi Restaurant, and McDonald's. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Sassari are Hotel Marini, Hotel Carlo Felice, and Al Duomo.

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

    Sassari offers several scenic parks including Giardini Pubblici, Parco Emanuela Loi, and Parco di Bunnari.

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

    You can find local tourist information at Oasi SNC di Marras Clara & C., Nuove Mete di Veronesi Giuseppina, and I Viaggi Del Dragone.

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Store your luggage around Sassari with Bounce 

Located on the island’s northwest corner, Sassari is the second-largest city in Sardinia. While it’s situated on the opposite side of the island from Cagliari, Sassari is still a frequent stop on any tour of Sardinia. Its historic old town, which has been a prominent port for hundreds of years, is a charming place to visit, with all the cornerstones of what makes Italy so beguiling. Narrow cobbled streets, centuries-old churches, and bustling piazzas. You know the drill.

There is plenty to do and see in Sassari, and it’s a worthy addition to any itinerary for a Sardinian adventure. Here’s everything you need to know about this charming port town: 

Luggage storage in Sassari

Finding a place to store the bags for a few hours can be a challenge in some places. There aren’t any Sassari train station lockers, and local hotels can be out of your way if you’re trying to do some sightseeing on travel days. The most reliable luggage storage Sassari has to offer is Bounce. With convenient luggage storage locations throughout Sardinia near train stations and major attractions, you can use this service during your whole trip. 

With an easy-to-use service and premium features for finding a location and booking, Bounce takes the guesswork out of the equation. With 24/7 support, seriously great service, and BounceShield Protection, you won't believe you can get all this for a low fixed price per day. Rest easy that your belongings are well taken care of, so you can get back to enjoying your Sardinian adventure. 

Sassari city guide 

Top things to do in Sassari

Sassari is also surrounded by magnificent landscapes, with the Gulf of Asinara providing a stunning coastline and a rugged, wind-swept interior that’s ideal for hiking and trekking. There are, of course, incredible beaches in Sassari to enjoy. These tend to be less crowded than the ones on the Italian Riviera or in Sicily, but they’re no less comfortable, and a swim in the same Mediterranean waters could be just what you need. 

In town, there’s a ton of history to unpack. The Cattedrale di San Nicola and the Palazzo Ducale are stately landmarks that tell the tale of Sassari’s past and speak to the town’s enduring appeal. There are also museums and archaeological sites (like the Nuraghe that dot the island’s landscape). It is Italy, after all, so you’ll have an embarrassment of riches for incredible restaurants to choose from. For a town of its size, the shopping in Sassari is actually quite good. 

Here are a few ideas for where to start: 

Museums in Sassari

Palazzo Ducale (Ducal Palace) 

Located right in the heart of Sassari, there’s absolutely no reason not to visit this elegant palace. You can tour the interior to learn about Sassari’s history, but at the very least, you should stroll past the Palazzo Ducale to appreciate the well-preserved Neoclassical architecture of its exterior. The impressive columns and decorative features make for a regal facade; it’s called a “palace” for a reason. It’s only a block from the bustling Piazza d’Italia, so a stop at a café or restaurant after visiting the Palace makes for an easy afternoon itinerary. 

Ducal Palace Bag Policy 

There isn’t a bag policy stated for the Ducal Palace, and given the landmark is quite an old place, you can’t assume there will be amenities like storage lockers onsite. Finding a place to leave the bags is advisable.

Cattedrale di San Nicola (Cathedral of St. Nicholas)

This Gothic cathedral is one of the most important landmarks in Sassari and has elegant architectural features like its pointed arches. The church has been painstakingly preserved, with almost all of the features being original, including the frescoes and wooden choir. Don’t forget to climb the bell tower for stellar views of the historic city center and surrounding landscape. You’ll be able to see as far as the water.

Cathedral of St. Nicholas Bag Policy

While there aren’t any rules about bringing larger items or luggage into the Cathedral, it would be a little inconsiderate to other visitors to bring a bunch of larger bags. Save yourself the awkwardness and find a secure place to store them before visiting this magnificent church. Bounce’s luggage storage locations tend to be clustered around centrally-located travel hotspots like The Cathedral of St. Nicholas. 

Sanna National Museum

Situated within the Palazzo di Città, Sassari’s most popular museum offers an expansive collection of artifacts from various periods, traditional Sardinian costumes and attire, ceramics, and an art collection featuring works by Sardinian artists. It’s widely regarded as one of the best places to go for a comprehensive examination of Sardinian history and culture. It will give you a new appreciation for the distinctiveness of Sardinia from other parts of Italy. You can take a guided tour (in English) for an in-depth approach, or you can explore at your own pace. 

Sanna National Museum Bag Policy 

It’s not stated whether there are lockers onsite, but this is an antiquated building, and the facilities will be limited. It’s safer to assume that larger bags or luggage won’t be allowed into this museum, so dropping the bags off while you visit the museum and other attractions would make your afternoon easier. 

You’ll find most landmarks and museums in Sassari to have fewer amenities than in larger cities, so you can’t rely on lockers to keep your bags in while you poke around. Having an intuitive app like Bounce, where it’s easy to find luggage storage, will go a long way if you need to find a secure place to keep the bags while you investigate Sardinia’s fascinating history. 

Shopping in Sassari

Piazza d'Italia

A trip to Sassari without stopping by the Piazza d'Italia would be a waste. This historic square is lined with boutiques, gift shops, cafés, restaurants, and wine bars. It’s the beating heart of Sassari, and you’ll find the best people-watching and window shopping here. The best fashion boutiques in Sardinia are located here, but the selection will be limited when compared to places like Rome or Milan. Still, it’s worth scouring around to see what you’ll find. 

Mercato Civico di Sassari 

This market is open daily, and local producers set up stalls to sell meats, cheese, wine, produce, and locally-made goods.  You can grab some artisanal products for a picnic or to take home. At the very least, it’s worth walking through to witness some of the haggling (mostly in Italian). 

Corso Vittorio Emanuele

This charming street is lined with local shops selling artisanal products, arts and crafts, and traditional goods. There aren't many designer brands or fashion boutiques on Corso Vittorio Emanuele, but it does offer a very authentic experience. Of any shopping destination in Sardinia, this is where you're most likely to find a keepsake or souvenir.

Many of the shopping streets in Sassari and other Sardinian cities are winding, cobbled paths that aren’t as easy to navigate as larger cities. Pulling your roller bag around or lugging a suitcase up a cobbled hill will only get in the way of your shopping. Luckily, Bounce’s luggage store locations are strategically located near the best retail hotspots.

Restaurants in Sassari

Osteria de' Mercati

Tucked away from the bustle of Piazza d'Italia and other hotspots, this relaxed wine bar is perfect for a romantic dinner or a glass of wine. The dim lighting and sleek design of the interior give it a fancy vibe, but it’s an approachable restaurant. The food menu rotates between seasons, but seafood is unsurprisingly the main event. Catch of the day is popular with tourists, but the seafood risotto and superb selection of Sardinian wine are what keep the locals coming back. 

Azienda Agrituristica Sa Mandra

One of the most distinctive things about Sardinian cuisine is the concept of agriturismi, which are culinary destinations based around farms. These producers will set up restaurants or patios on their farms and showcase their bounty with spectacular tasting dinners and other experiences. Sa Mandra is located between Sassari’s city center and the nearby Alghero Airport. Being situated inland, it’s the best way to take a break from seafood and indulge in land-based delicacies like spit-roasted suckling pig. 

Nautilus

The nearby city of Alghero, curiously, has Spanish roots as it was once a Catalan colony centuries ago. While that was a long time ago, the roots of “Little Barcelona” run deep, so you can indulge in Catalan seafood specialties and bites reminiscent of tapas at this superb seaside bistro. It's widely regarded as one of the best restaurants in Sardinia for a reason. So if you need a reason to stop by Alghero, you have at least one.

Conclusion 

Sardinia is a fascinating corner of Italy to explore, and Sassari is only one city well worth a visit. Bounce has useful travel guides for neighboring towns like Alghero, San Teodoro, and Olbia, which offer their own unique slice of Sardinia’s story. If you’re traveling through Sardinia and need to store luggage while you explore, Bounce has locations in each of these charming towns. And if you need luggage storage in Sassari? There’s no better place to turn than Bounce! 

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