Book now your luggage storage in Sibiu on BAGBNB, the first luggage storage network.
1 Angels in Sibiu
! online booking is mandatory
in the Old Town
350 meters from Tanners Tower
400 meters from Muzeul Național Brukenthal
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.
BAGBNB is the luggage storage service you were looking for in Sibiu
If that heavy backpack is ruining your day or if you want to walk hands-free, we recommend you use our service. BAGBNB has a network of comfortable and secure luggage storage facilities where you can leave your bags for a few hours, a whole day, or more than one! Ours is a revolutionary system that allows you to drop off your bags at local verified companies.
How much is it?
Maybe you think that such a useful service could be expensive, but you are wrong!
We set a fixed daily rate within everyone’s reach. Leaving any luggage at our storage points costs €5 per day. This rate is all-inclusive and has no extra cost. BAGBNB does not apply any weight or size restrictions.
Welcome to Transilvania
If you're reading this post, surely it's because you'd like to know more about this beautiful place in Transylvania. BAGBNB wants to satisfy you! Many people consider Sibiu as the most beautiful city in Romania, and they’re right! This little gem was built by the Saxons in 1191 and nowadays, preserves a beautiful architectural structure, especially in the City Center area.
Sibiu is very close to Brașov and the famous Dracula Castle, but it’s also a lovely city that offers a lot of attractions to its tourists.
One of the mandatory stops is Piața Mică (English Small Square), an area built around a Roman church. This square is overlooked by several buildings that still retain their medieval structure, such as Artelor House (where now you find a museum of folk art).