Stasher offers you convenient, affordable, and fully insured luggage storage. Thanks to a network of hundreds of local shops and hotels that offer secure luggage storage in Barcelona, we provide a reliable alternative to traditional left luggage lockers. 

Why Choose Stasher?

All the businesses we work with to provide luggage storage in Barcelona have been vetted for security by a team member. Offering you safety and peace of mind is essential to us at Stasher. That's why we've made the process of dropping off your luggage with us convenient and affordable. 

  • We partner with reputable hotel chains such as Premier Inn and Accor Hotels. 
  • Each bag is fully insured for up to €1,000.
  • There are no size restrictions in our storage network. 
  • Our award-winning customer service team is available 24/7 to help you with any questions.

Stasher offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout the city. With 24/7 customer support and up to $1000 insurance on all bookings, you can rest assured that your luggage is safe at all times. Luggage storage in Barcelona has never been easier!

Luggage Storage Near La Sagrada Familia

If you only have time to visit one attraction during a layover in Barcelona, you’ll probably make it La Sagrada Familia. The breathtaking design by Catalan artist Antoni Gaudí makes La Sagrada Familia one of the most unusual cathedrals in the world.

Official La Sagrada Familia Luggage Storage

La Sagrada Familia prohibits entry with large bags. You can temporarily store small bags when you use the elevator to go up to the tower. However, the storage area will not be supervised, and cathedral staff will revise all bags for security and confiscate or report any suspicious items to the appropriate authorities. You’ll have a much more pleasant experience at La Sagrada Familia if you store your luggage elsewhere before your visit. Even if you’re carrying a small backpack, you’ll need to wait in a long queue to put your bag through a metal detector, delaying your entry.

Other Options for Luggage Storage Near La Sagrada Familia

Private luggage storage companies operate near La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, including:

  • Stasher
  • Bounce
  • Radical Storage
  • Stow Your Bags

Stasher is your best bet out of all the private luggage services near La Sagrada Familia. Stasher is Europe’s longest-running luggage storage network, with over 2000 locations in more than 400 international cities. The company charges a flat fee of €6/item per day, regardless of the size or weight of your bags. You can even store odd items like surfboards, golf clubs, or large musical instruments for the same flat fee. Plus, you’ll get an automatic €1000 insurance policy for every item you store. Furthermore, each additional day will only cost €5/item.

The company has earned awards from prestigious organizations such as Visit England, Feefo, and Phocuswright for its outstanding customer service. The BBC, Lonely Planet, theguardian, and TechCrunch all recommend Stasher’s convenient, affordable, and secure luggage storage. Additionally, Stasher maintains a 4.7 rating from over 42,000 verified reviews on Feefo.

Reserving and managing your luggage storage couldn’t be easier than with Stasher’s handy apps for Apple and Android devices. You can book your luggage storage in less than 3 minutes by following a few easy steps:

  1. Open your app or go to, and enter “La Sagrada Familia” into the search bar. Alternatively, you can use the “Near Me Now” button to find the closest luggage storage locations if you’re already at the cathedral.
  2. Choose the best “StashPoint” to suit your plans, and enter your estimated drop-off and pick-up times.
  3. Book your storage, and Stasher will send you an instant confirmation message with directions to your luggage storage facility.
  4. Drop off your luggage at your StashPoint, and discover the cathedral and surrounding area of Barcelona. It’s that easy!

Find secure luggage storage near La Sagrada Familia for only €6/bag for 24 hours!

Interesting Facts and Practical Information About La Sagrada Familia

  • Three million people visit La Sagrada Familia each year.
  • Although the foundation was laid over 140 years ago, construction of the basilica continues.
  • Francisco de Paula del Villar was the original architect selected for the basilica. Due to the high cost of del Villar’s design, the founders replaced him with up-and-coming architect Antoni Gaudí.
  • Gaudí began work on the project in 1883, and the first portion of the basilica, the chapel of Sant Josep, opened in 1885.
  • After the famed architect died in 1926, his apprentice, Domènec Sugranyes, took the project’s direction to realize his master’s vision.

Things to Do Near La Sagrada Familia

The Gaudí House Museum

Connected to the cathedral, the Gaudí House Museum was the architect’s residence from 1906-1925. The museum includes the house’s original furnishings and many of Gaudí’s personal belongings. Museum hours are 10 am-6 pm from October through March and 9:30 am-8 pm from April through September.

Gaudí Avenue

Gaudí Avenue conveniently stretches from La Sagrada Familia to the Sant Paul Hospital Art Nouveau Site. Outdoor cafes and unique shops line the semi-pedestrian street, which also showcases elegant streetlamps designed by renowned artist Pere Falqués.

Sant Paul Art Nouveau Site

Located at the end of Gaudí Avenue, Sant Paul Art Nouveau Site was a former hospital. The site includes 12 pavilions and dazzles visitors with its stunning stained-glass ceilings and underground galleries. UNESCO declared Sant Paul a World Heritage Site in 1997, and you can visit the ex-hospital daily from 10 am to 6:30 pm.

Find secure and convenient luggage storage near Sant Paul Art Nouveau Site for only €6/bag per day.

Passeig de Gràcia

A 30-minute stroll will take you to the Passeig de Gràcia, where you’ll find a host of upscale shops and restaurants. In the 19th century, the street was the preferred location for Barcelona’s elite, who paraded the avenue in their finest clothes and constructed elaborate homes designed by the most illustrious architects of the time.

However, the highlight of the passeig is “Casa Milà,” aka “La Pedrera,” Gaudí’s final private residence design. An official UNESCO World Heritage Site, La Pedrera features an undulating stone facade and railings in the shape of seaweed, revealing the architect’s maritime inspiration.

Passeig Sant Joan

The nearby Passeig Sant Joan begins at the Travessera de Gràcia and ends at the peaceful Parc de la Ciutadella. Along the way, you’ll see Barcelona’s Triumphal Arch and the ornate modernist building Casa Macaya, which now serves as a cultural centre.

Plaza del Toros La Monumental

If you have the stomach for it, you can catch a bullfight at La Monumental. But if you wish to avoid seeing a bloody bullfight, you can still tour the bullring or attend a concert. The arena also serves excellent dishes from onsite food trucks and stalls. Hours are from noon to 10 pm.

Stasher offers secure and convenient luggage storage near La Monumental for only €6/item for 24 hours.


Just a few blocks away from La Sagrada Familia, L’Auditori is Barcelona’s premier classical music venue. L’Auditori includes three auditoriums and is home to the city’s symphony orchestra. You can also catch performances by other national and international classical musical acts.

Find safe and convenient luggage storage near L’Auditori for just €6/bag per day.