Nothing is more stressful than realizing you have an entire morning to enjoy before you leave town, and trying to figure out where to store suitcases in the meantime.
Let’s face it—dragging your American Tourister behind you while you try to soak everything in on your tapas tour is not ideal. That’s why we’ve gathered these five spots where you can drop off your things and enjoy that jamón the way it’s meant to be had: with a smile on your face and no bruises on your ankles!
1. Your accommodation
Before you search out a place to pay to store your luggage, we recommend first speaking with your hotel, hostel or apartment hosts. It’s possible they have a secure place to store luggage after checkout, making it all the easier (and cheaper) for you.
Think ahead—if you’re going on one of our daytime tours, check the meeting place first. It may be that leaving luggage at your hotel isn’t convenient to where you’ll need to meet your group. If that’s the case, read on!
2. Olé Lockers
This is the perfect option for those of you headed out on our famous Tastes, Tapas and Traditions tour, which meets right in front of Las Setas (or, as we sometimes call it, “the Mushroom Plaza”). Olé Lockers is right off of the plaza on Calle Regina and is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. all year long. Prices vary depending on the size and quantity of your luggage, but range from €4.90–€12.90 for a full day.
3. Easiday Guest Center
A short 10-minute walk from Las Setas—and even less from Plaza Nueva, for those of you joining us on our Seville for Kids Walking Tour—Easiday is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily and offers lockers for €8 per day. Each locker can hold three or four hand luggage-sized bags, or one large bag and two small ones.
4. Tourist House Sevilla
At just €3 a day per piece of baggage, Tourist House Sevilla is an economical option depending on your luggage load. It’s also just a five-minute walk from both Plaza Nueva and Las Setas, making it ideal placement for both of our daytime tours. They’ll keep your things safe every day of the year from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., so you can enjoy the winding streets of Seville just a little while longer!
5. The Bell Hop
Located just behind the Cathedral, and less than a 10-minute walk from both the Setas and Plaza Nueva, The Bell Hop is a touristic apartment company offering luggage storage at a great value. Don’t worry—you don’t need to be a guest at their accommodations to use the lockers; they’re available for everyone. They do suggest reserving 24 hours ahead during peak season just to guarantee room for your belongings.
Prices depend on number of bags and their size and range from €2.50 to €6 per day, and they are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. every day of the year.
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Emily fell in love with Spain the moment she got her first taste of salmorejo. Almost a decade later, she has learned to dance sevillanas, given up on going to the post office between 2–5 pm, embracing the sacred ritual of the siesta instead, and found she prefers a good jamón over being a vegetarian any day. Read more about her love affair with this country and its people, culture, and cuisine at http://thisisthemilk.blog.