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Milan Central

Via Edoardo Porro 2, 20158 Milano (entrance via Vincenzo Lancetti)

Call Centre: Mon - Fri 9:00 - 19:30 | Sat 8.30 - 17:00

Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 – 18:00 | Sat 9:00 – 13:00

Do you live in Milan and are currently organising your next house move? Do you work in the city and need temporary storage space to organise your goods or items? Self storage in the city centre is the ideal solution.

How to reach EasyBox Milan Central

EasyBox Milan Central is located north of the historic centre of Milan. Here’s how to reach us:

By car

Coming from the east

Continue to the city centre and take the outer ring road. Once in Piazzale Loreto, take viale Brianza, which becomes viale Lunigiana, then viale Marche and finally viale Edoardo Jenner. From there, take the second street on the left, viale Bernina, arrive at the intersection and turn right onto via Lancetti.  You will find EasyBox Milan Central on the right after 150m.

Coming from the west

Continue to the city centre and take the outer ring road. Once in Piazza Ghirlandaio, turn left and take viale Murillo which becomes viale Renato Serra, viale Monte Ceneri, viale Bodio and finally viale Edoardo Jenner. Take the fifth street on the right, via Bernina, arrive at the intersection and turn right onto via Lancetti. You will find EasyBox Milan Central on the right after 150m.

By train

The nearest station to EasyBox Milan Central is Milano Lancetti, served by lines S1, S2, S5, S6, S12 and S13. After leaving the station, walk down viale Vincenzo Lancetti for 300 metres towards the city centre and you will find EasyBox Milan Central.

By tram and bus

The nearest public transport stops are in via Bernina/viale Lancetti. The tram that stops is number 2, while the buses are numbers 90, 91 and 92.

In the neighbouring areas

EasyBox Milan Central is very close to several places of interest in the centre of Milan. Right next to the headquarters is the Branca Collection Museum, which houses a collection of iconographic materials of the Branca family and company. Heading south, along Via Valtellina, you can find the Monumental Cemetery, Chinatown and the Arch of Peace, the historic arch built at the request of Napoleon. Near the Parco Sempione, there is also the Torre Branca – an iron tower built for the 1993 Triennale.

A few steps away along viale Vincenzo Lancetti is the Alcatraz, a large structure that hosts musical events and entertainment. If you are looking for a local park to visit, try the Nicolò Savarino Park. Nearby is the Isola district, home to some of Milan’s most fashionable places – trendy bars, organic cafés and fusion restaurants.

If you are looking for a place to stay you can find a high concentration of hotels in the CityLife district. If you are looking for a supermarket, you can walk to Lidl or Esselunga on viale Jenner, just 5 minutes from the store.

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