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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Munich

When it comes to ‘gram-worthy places, there’s endless Instagrammable Spots across the globe, but which ones are the best?

From urban skylines and tropical rainforest waterfalls to cotton-candy-hued cafés, we’ve rounded up the most photogenic places in every country in the world. The places where you’ll capture travel photos that you’ll want to share with everyone you know.

Visiting Munich?

These are the top 7 spots you can’t afford to leave off your feed.

1. The Residenz

One of the largest museum complexes in Bavaria, The Residenz was once the residence of the Bavarian dukes in the 1800s. Gaze up at the opulent ceilings and prepare to be impressed.

 

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2. St. Peter’s Church Tower View

Want to enjoy a view of the entire city centre from the tower of St. Peter’s church?  Climb the 299 steps – it’s worth it.

 

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3. Viktualienmarkt’s Maypole

The beautiful maypole in the market square is decorated with figures displaying the trades and crafts of this part of Munich.

 

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4. Hotel Opera

Looking for an ultra-glam Munich Instagram? Look no further than Hotel Opera, a 19th-century building that’s now an elegant hotel.

 

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5. Nymphenburg Palace

A.K.A. “Castle of the Nymph”, this is a Baroque palace that’s one of the largest royal palaces in Europe.

 

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6. Eisbachwelle

When you think of amazing surf spots, you usually picture the beach. Not so in Munich, as you can surf year-round at this artificial wave on a man made river.

 

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7. Juristische Bibliothek

The Legal Library is one of the most beautiful libraries in Munich. Dark rich wood is carved with intricate swirls, and you can lose yourself among the rows and rows of books.

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