12 Instagrammable Places in Munich

Pack your bags and get ready to explore the picturesque city of Munich! From modern architecture and historical landmarks to art galleries and public parks, there’s much to see in this Bavarian hotspot. Join us on a tour of the most Instagrammable places in Munich, where you’ll be able to snap beautiful pics for the ‘gram without fail! Invite all your international friends along – they don’t want to miss out on all these postcard-worthy sights. Get ready for an unforgettable travel experience through Germany’s third-largest city!

12 Most Instagrammable Places in Munich

1. Asam ChurchAsam Church

The Asam Church is a Baroque church in Munich, built from 1733 to 1746 by brothers, sculptor Egid Quirin Asam, and painter Cosmas Damian Asam as their private church. It is one of the most impressive things I’ve ever seen in person and it’s completely free to go in. It’s near Marienplatz.

2. Residenz

Residenz in Munich

München Residenz is a place like no other – once the royal palace of Bavarian monarchs, it now stands as one of Germany’s most visited museums. Admired for its epic architecture and ornate interior design, visitors from around the globe flock to experience this slice of history first-hand! Like many places in Munich it was bombed and has been rebuilt. Book a private tour.

Residenz in Munich

We didn’t book a private tour. We just walked around on our own. It was pretty empty as you can see from my photos. However, I wish we had taken some sort of educational tour here cause the artwork was off the charts. 

2. Nymphenburg Palace

Interior of Nymphenburg Palace in Germany (Munich), one of the city's most instagrammable places.

Nymphenburg is a Baroque palace in München, Bavaria. The palace was the main summer residence of the former rulers of Bavaria of the House of Wittelsbach. And if that wasn’t enough – you can hop on an extra special gondola ride amidst Nymphenburg Palace grounds (just watch out for those Insta-worthy shots!). So visit Munich today and make your Baroque dreams come true! Get skip the line tickets.

3. Juristische Bibliotek

Spiral staircase at the legal library in Munich, Germany.  Insta-worthy

Looking for a stunning spot with an eye-catching history in München? Then you’re sure to find it at the Legal Library. Established way back in 1843, this insta-worthy space is free of charge – though admittance into its reading room isn’t permitted until later! If that’s not enough reason to think about taking a tour of your local library… then we don’t know what is! Click here for more info on opening hours & tours.

Colorful books line the walls of the most beautiful library in Munich.

4. Siegestor

Siegestor in Munich, Germany as seen from above, one of the most instagrammable places in Munich.

Take a trip to Siegestor in Munich and bask in the glorious victory of Bavaria! Enjoy beautiful sights that celebrate their heroic success against Napoleonic forces. This public monument makes for an ideal Instagram spot, but be sure to arrive early – you wouldn’t want your photo-op interrupted by other keen tourists looking for bragging rights on social media too!

5. Justizpalast

Exterior facade of Justizpalast in Munich, Germany - one of the most instagrammable places in Munich.

München is hiding a treasure! Justizpalast – an architectural wonder that’s free to explore and full of captivating light & shadow play. Come discover this hidden gem for yourself!

Click here for opening hours and other practical info

6. Marienplatz

An empty Marienplatz in Munich, Germany with cloudy skies.

Marienplatz is the social epicenter of Munich! Whether you’re looking to take pictures that could rival any professional photographer’s portfolio or just want to catch up on some sightseeing, this spot has it all—and best yet, admission’s complimentary. Plus with St. Peter’ Church and Juristische Bibliotek a stone throw away from Marienplatz, your perfect day out in München awaits!

Oddly enough, for some reason there are a lot of pig statues around Munich. Here’s Jonah taking a photo with one of them!

Jonah in Munich on Pig Statue

7. Hofgarten

Blue dome with buildings in the background and green grass in the foreground, Hofburg, Munich, Germany.

Where can you find peace and tranquil in the bustling city of Munich? Look no further than Hofgarten! This Baroque garden has been a welcome oasis for centuries – so why not make it part of your morning routine? Perfection awaits as far as Instagram posts go, plus all those beautiful archways are just perfect to strike that yoga pose.

Looking through the arches at Hofgarden in Munich, Germany during springtime.

8. Hotel Opera München

Woman walking down the sidewalk in front of the Hotel Opera in Munich, one of the most iconic and instagrammable places in Munich.

München’s Hotel Opera is the perfect backdrop for Instagram! The sharp angles and bold tones of this exterior make it practically begging to be captured with some vibrant colors – let your followers have a feast for their eyes.

for info on booking one of the rooms, check out the hotel’s official site here

9. St. Quirin Platz Ubahn München

Rainbow colors flashing through a subway station in Munich, Germany.

Looking for a great Instagram spot? Head underground in Munich! Bright colors, gritty designs and symmetrical structures create an incredible adventure not just to explore Germany but also capture amazing photos. Test your skills at composition as you experience motion first hand on the metro network – it’s truly one of München’s hidden gems ready to be discovered by adventurous photographers.

click here for more info on München’s public transport

10. View from St. Peter’s Church

View from St. Peter's Church overlooking the roofs of Old town and Marienplatz in Munich, Germany.

The views from the observation deck at St. Peter’s Church are unparalleled – the red roofs of Old Town, Marienplatz, the city skyline in the distance. Not for the faint of heart, these views cost a whopping 3 euro and 299 steps – without a lift!

click here for hours of operation

11. Muca – Museum of Urban & Contemporary Art

Blue and black contemporary art 'room'/exhibit at MUCA in Munich.

MUCA is a haven for those looking to break out of the museum mold! From rotating exhibits to permanent displays, it provides an entertaining experience from start to finish. At just 7,50€ per ticket (discounts available for seniors, students and most children), this unique outing won’t break your bank either – making MUCA simply ideal!

click here for opening hours and other info

If you’re looking for the perfect Instagram post, Munich has plenty of photo-worthy locations. From the English Garden to Nymphenburg Palace, there are scenic spots all around the city. Next time you’re planning a visit to Munich, make sure to check out some of these beautiful places. Have you found an Instagrammable place in Munich that we didn’t mention? Let us know in the comments!

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