The OGR – Officine Grandi Riparazioni

old and new, creation and refurbishment, industrial and technological, artistic and scientific, in one space, to be enjoyed by all.

The OGR was re-opened mid 2017, following a one hundred million euro investment by the CRT Foundation, and we are extremely pleased to be bringing droidcon to this special and very unique complex.

Corso Castelfidardo 22, 10138 Torino

HOW TO GET TO OGR
Closest train stations, Porta Nuova (ten minutes walk), Porta Susa (five minutes walk).
Closest metro, Vinzaglio (five minutes walk.)

Torino

known as an industrial city, in the last decade Torino has made significant moves to foster innovation and technology throughout the city

There are many manufacturing companies located in Torino, including Kappa, Ferrero, Martini & Rossi and Lavazza, but with organisations such as Open Innovation Centre Turin championing start up, research and data-led businesses, the city is becoming an innovation hub.

History, architecture and the Arts are woven throughout the city. With less fanfare than the better-known Italian cities, Torino has a huge number of impressive palazzos, piazzas, museums and galleries. Here you can sample great Italian style and Arts, without the crowds!

As the capital of the Piedmont region, Torino has a legacy of slow food, of world class produce (including the Nutella hazelnuts), and of dishes inspired by the traditions of the Alps. All washed down with superior coffee, excellent wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco, and the trendy local soft drink Mole Cola. Buon appetito!
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