Book now your luggage storage in Pamplona on BAGBNB, the first luggage storage network.
1 Angels in Pamplona
! online booking is mandatory
In the Old Town
500 meters from Jardines de la Taconera
550 meters from Plaza del Castillo
17:00 - 22:00
Bagbnb is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the BAGBNB team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and secure
All deposits are secure and guaranteed and all luggage deposited through the platform are covered by the Bagbnb guarantee.
Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.
Comfortable luggage storage in Pamplona
An alternative luggage storage service has just arrived in Pamplona, its name is BAGBNB!
This service allows you to store suitcases, backpacks, and musical instrument cases inside verified and secure local companies. When the time to leave the hotel or Airbnb comes and you have a few hours before departure, don’t take your bags with you. Where to leave your luggage in such cases?
Nowadays, luggage will no longer be a problem, because we allow you to book a luggage storage spot online in advance wherever and whenever you want. Enable geolocation on your device and find out where is the closest BAGBNB’s Angel. Leaving a bag at our spots costs only €5 per day, without any additional costs and with a security guarantee.
What to see in Pamplona
In addition to providing you with a useful service, we also want to give you some tips on Pamplona. The city boasts a very old town and a wonderful viewpoint, the Rincón del Caballo blanco. One of the most popular museums in the city is that of the University and is home to a rich collection, including works by Picasso, Tapies and Kandinsky.
San Firmino and the Bull Runs
Loved and criticized, Pamplona bull runs (Spanish: Encierro) organized during the celebrations in honor of San Firmino is the most popular event in the city.
Made famous by Ernest Hemingway in his novel Fiesta (The Sun Will Rise Again), the bull runs is an event that has a centuries-old history. It consists of a fenced path where bulls are brought in. The bulls are then released into the crowd that must try to avoid being gored.