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Luggage Storage at Roma Termini

Has anyone used the “Stow Your Bags” lockers or other luggage check at Roma Termini station? Any feedback/ recommendations? One of the other services had bad reviews so thought I should check out options with this auspicious forum of travelers! I’ll have a standard size rollaboard - nothing huge but more than I want to drag around the streets more than necessary.

I arrive in Rome early a.m. & will be taking the train to Florence. In looking at the map I’d like to walk to a couple of sites before getting on the train which look very reasonable from the station but I don’t want to haul a suitcase.

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Noticed several postings on TripAdvisor about Roma Termini luggage storage. Looked like nist posts were possitive.

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Just wanted to mention that when you check luggage at a train station, you turn over your passport so they can copy it (just like when you check into your lodgings).

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and make sure you leave enough time to bail them back out in case there is a line or the attendant needed a cup of coffee

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The only thing we have used is the in-person luggage storage on the lower level of Termini. It is fine except there can be lines both to check in and out. I would allow at least an hour on return. It may have changed but there were no self-service lockers but it was several years ago.

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Could you perhaps change your train time to an earlier one?

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Yes, I could take an earlier train. The possible extra time in Rome is by choice since I can’t check into the hotel in Florence until afternoon & I’ve been to Rome before but would kind of like to revisit a couple of highlights.

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pre-pandemic there were a few private companies near Termini who would hold bags for a fee, perhaps a little easier to use if in the right place and if they still get decent reviews... but I have no idea if many or indeed any have survived or if they still give a decent service at a decent price...

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Back in 2005, my sister and I checked our bags at the Rome Termini station, it was fine.