Where to Store Your Luggage in Cascais

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Last updated on June 4, 2024 | Est. Reading Time: 2 minutes

There’s nothing worse than arriving at a new destination and trying to lug heavy suitcases and backpacks around – especially if you want to just explore or hit the beach. This can happen if you arrive too early to check into an Airbnb or hotel, or if you check out and before you’re due to leave Cascais.

Thankfully, there are quite a few luggage storage options in Cascais, allowing you to drop your bags for a few hours, days, or even longer. These can mainly be found through apps like Bounce and Nanny Bag which list local shops, cafes, and restaurants for a small fee (typically around €5-6 per day). These apps offer insurance, meaning your possessions are protected. 

The app with the most storage locations in Cascais is probably Bounce. It also lists luggage storage spots at several nearby towns like Estoril and Carcavelos.

Another option is Luggit, which is a service which will pick up your bags from wherever you are and drop them off to you at the same or a different location. For example, you could have your bags picked up from Lisbon Airport and dropped off at your Cascais hotel or Airbnb (and vice versa).

Hourly PricingCOSTInsurancePromo Code
BounceNO€6.65 per 24 hours$10,000PORTUGALIST5 (5% off)
NannyBagNO€ 6 – 12 (priced per day)€ 1,500PORTUGAL5 (5% off)
LuggitNO€13.13 per 24 hours€500 p/bag (can upgrade to €1,200)PORTUGALIST

As well as these luggage storage apps, there are a few other options to consider.

Cascais Train Station

Unfortunately, there is no left luggage service or storage lockers at Cascais Train Station. 

Lisbon Day-Trip

If you can’t find suitable luggage storage options in Cascais, remember there are a lot of luggage storage options in Lisbon. You could store your bags here and spend the day exploring the city before heading onto your accommodation, the airport, or wherever you’re heading to next.

Finally, it’s always worth checking if your hotel or Airbnb will allow you to leave your bags there. Most hotels will as they have a reception area, but Airbnbs are usually unable to offer this as there’s no reception and usually other guests to think about. However, some Airbnb hosts will let you check in early or late, which may mean you don’t need to worry about storing your luggage somewhere.  

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James Cave is the founder of Portugalist and the author of the bestselling book, Moving to Portugal Made Simple. He has visited just about every part of Portugal, including Madeira and all nine islands of the Azores, and lived in several parts of Portugal including Lisbon, the Algarve, and Northern Portugal.

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