// Turin

Turin is a city and an important business and cultural centre in Northern Italy. It is the regional capital of Piedmont and was the first Italian capital from 1861 to 1865. The city is mainly on the western bank of the Po River, below the Susa Valley, and is surrounded by the western Alpine arch and Superga hill. Among other events, Turin was one of the host cities of the 1934 and 1990 FIFA World Cups, along with hosting the 2006 Winter Olympics. It also hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, is hosting the ATP Finals from 2021 until 2025 and will host the European Cybersecurity Challenge in October 2024.
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// OGR

The Officine Grandi Riparazioni of Turin (OGR Torino) are a late nineteenth-century industrial complex located in Turin. For a century, between the end of the 19th century and the early 1990s, the OGR represented excellence in the field of locomotives maintenance, railcars and railway carriages. The inauguration of the new building took place in 2017, opening new spaces of the restored workshops to the public. The OGR hosts exhibitions and cultural events related to visual and performing arts, music and the educational field. The OGR will host the 2024 edition of the European Cybersecurity Challenge for all the events.
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// How to arrive

// Train
Torino is a very important railway junction, especially for fast connections throughout Italy and part of Europe on the Lyon-Paris line, with the trains Frecciarossa, Frecciabianca, Italo and TGV. There are 6 stations in town, 2 of them being international (Torino Porta Nuova and Torino Porta Susa).
// Turin Airport
In the airport complex, on the "Arrivals" floor, taxis and rental car firms can be easily found. Turin can also be reached by train and bus, directly from inside the airport.
// Milan Airport
From Milano Malpensa (MXP), Milano Linate (LIN) and Milano Bergamo (BGY) airports it is possible to reach Turin with shuttle services or trains, that reach the city centre in about 2-2:30 hours.