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This magical building was one of the first telephone kiosks in Copenhagen and is today home to one of the municipality's tourist information.

It was originally constructed to be the site for the first payphones. The building is from 1913 and through time it has been a kiosk for newspapers and magazines. Today it serves as a café, where you can get a cup of coffee, a cold beer, a glass of wine, and other nice treats. The staff is local and the atmosphere is all about "hygge".

NYTORV 1F is also a decentralized tourist information location, where it's possible to purchase tickets for Tivoli, Segway tours, local bike tours, and walking tours.

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