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Seeking more followers? Want to boost your likes? Pick these spots for the most Instagrammable shoots around Munich.
We no longer take holiday photos; instead, nowadays we take pictures for our own Instagram accounts. Whether you want to just snap the highlights and impressions from a trip or make your followers and friends jealous, Instagram is the go-to app.
But there is hardly a place that hasn’t been photographed a thousand times. Secret corners are becoming insider tips. So, we’ll show you where to get some photos around Munich, but whether these remain secret, you decide for yourselves.
Climb up to the highest platform in Munich’s city centre: the tower popularly called “Old Peter”. The church belongs to the oldest parish in Munich and is located right in the centre of the city. The tower is 91m high and 306 steps must be climbed before reaching the viewing platform. From there you have a great view over Munich to the Alps.
There is a place in Munich where graffiti artists can legally live out their talents. In the corner of Tumblingerstraße and Ruppertstraße, you find probably the biggest and most spectacular work of art that serves as a perfect backdrop for Instagram pictures. If you are lucky, you will also meet an artist at work. Make note: the designs change almost daily, so it never gets boring.
Since June 2018 there has been a new sight in Munich – and when travelling around the world, it’s hard to find a comparable one existing elsewhere. A ship stands in the middle of the city on a discarded railway bridge. The MS Utting belonged to the Ammersee fleet. In addition to being photo-worthy, the ship is a bar and is very popular with visitors.
This place is very popular with the people of Munich. They climb onto the bridge’s side beams and enjoy the natural spectacle with a drink. The Hackerbrücke is probably one of the more unusual Instagram suggestions, but you can see the most beautiful sunsets in Munich there.
Unfortunately, the possibility to shoot a photo lasts for only two weeks a year. The ceiling decoration of the Hacker Pschorr tent during the Oktoberfest is one of the most beautiful ones. This is also called “sky of the Bavarians”. If the opportunity exists and the doorman allows it, then you absolutely must go on the balcony for the shot. You’ll have the best view of the Bavarian sky.
Instagram pictures with angel wings are always very popular. Of course this is a must in Munich, too. That’s what Café Lax Eatery thought and had two wings painted on the facade of the house. If you stand with your back to the corner and let yourself be photographed from the front, it seems as if you are about to take off. But we recommend staying on the ground to capture more beautiful motifs around Munich.