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We also have a site in Turin which is one of the main Italian cities with almost 2 million inhabitants.
Our service is designed to meet the individual needs of each customer: call us on our free number 800 202 662 to talk to one of our consultants, it’s free!
How to reach EasyBox Turin
Coming from the north
Take the A4 motorway in the direction of Turin until you reach Corso Giulio Cesare. After crossing the river Stura di Lanzo, at Via Oxilia do a u turn and proceed back along Corso Giulio Cesare, after 150m you will find EasyBox Turin on the right
Coming from the south
Follow the signs for the A55 and, once on this motorway, continue north along Corso Orbassano and Corso Siracusa. Follow the road until you reach Corso Grosseto then continue until you are at the intersection with Corso Giulio Cesare. At the roundabout, turn left (northwards) along Corso Giulio Cesare, parallel to the motorway. After about 400m you will see the EasyBox office on your right.
The nearest tram stop to EasyBox Turin is 3222 – Oxilia, where tram number 4 stops. Once you get off, follow Corso Giulio Cesare north for 100m and you will find EasyBox Turin.
The nearest bus stop to EasyBox Turin is on Corso Giulio Cesare, just 40m from our branch. The buses that stop here are numbers 24, 50, 345, 1085, 3006, 3092, 3106, 3107, 3131, 3133.
In the neighbouring areas
There are several shops and services in the immediate vicinity of EasyBox Turin, including the nearby Mercedes, Honda and Volvo dealerships and the Hotel Novotel Torino. Going south along Corso Giulio Cesare at the first roundabout you will find a Lidl where you can do your shopping. If you continue towards the city centre for about 4km, you will reach the Porta Palazzo Market which is the largest open-air market in Europe.
Just five minutes by car from EasyBox headquarters, you will find Parco Dora: a post-industrial park that houses a skatepark and a part of the river Dora Riparia. Next to it there is a large shopping centre – the Parco Dora Shopping Centre – and only 1km away from the park, the Urban Art Museum. About 5km to the south is the beautiful Royal Palace, including the Royal Armoury and its large collection of armour. In addition, 6km to the west is Allianz Stadium, the home of Juventus. Turin is a city known for being an industrial centre and is the famous headquarters of the Fiat car company – about 10km south of Turin is the National Automobile Museum.