Free Walking Tour Berlin

When: Every day 10am & 12pm every day
Where: The meeting point is in front of the ehemaliges Kaiserliches Postfuhramt Berlin, Oranienburger Straße, 10117 Berlin, Germany, next to the entrance.
Price: Free

Welcome to Berlin’s Instagrammable Spots Walking Tour!

by | Oct 17, 2023 | Original Berlin

If you’re a fan of capturing picture-perfect moments for your Instagram feed, then Berlin has a host of stunning spots just waiting to be discovered. From historic landmarks to vibrant street art, this walking tour will take you on a visual journey through the most Instagrammable spots in the city. Grab your camera and get ready to explore!

1. Brandenburg Gate

Start your tour at one of Berlin’s most iconic landmarks, the Brandenburg Gate. This neoclassical monument is not only a symbol of German unity but also a visually striking backdrop for your Instagram photos. Whether you capture it during the day, glowing in the sunlight, or at night, beautifully illuminated, the Brandenburg Gate is a must-visit spot for any photography enthusiast.

Tips:

  • Visit early in the morning to avoid crowds and get the best lighting conditions.
  • Experiment with different angles and perspectives to add a unique touch to your shots.
  • Consider using props like bicycles or colorful balloons to make your photos stand out.
  • Visit early in the morning to avoid crowds and get the best lighting conditions.
  • Experiment with different angles and perspectives to add a unique touch to your shots.
  • Consider using props like bicycles or colorful balloons to make your photos stand out.
  • 2. East Side Gallery

    No visit to Berlin is complete without a visit to the East Side Gallery. This 1.3 kilometer long section of the Berlin Wall is not only a historic landmark but also an outdoor gallery of vibrant street art. As you stroll along, you’ll be treated to an array of thought-provoking murals that make for incredible Instagram shots.

    Tips:

    • Look out for famous murals like “The Fraternal Kiss” by Dmitri Vrubel or “Trabant Breaking Through the Wall” by Birgit Kinder.
    • Explore the side streets surrounding the East Side Gallery for hidden gems and smaller pieces of street art.
    • Consider incorporating yourself or your travel companions into the shot to add a personal touch to your photos.
  • Look out for famous murals like “The Fraternal Kiss” by Dmitri Vrubel or “Trabant Breaking Through the Wall” by Birgit Kinder.
  • Explore the side streets surrounding the East Side Gallery for hidden gems and smaller pieces of street art.
  • Consider incorporating yourself or your travel companions into the shot to add a personal touch to your photos.
  • 3. Museum Island

    If you’re a fan of architecture and history, then Museum Island is a must-visit spot for you. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to five world-class museums, each with its own unique charm. From the grandeur of the Altes Museum to the Egyptian artifacts of the Neues Museum, Museum Island offers countless photo opportunities for both interior and exterior shots.

    Tips:

    • Visit during golden hour to capture the museums in a warm and soft light.
    • Experiment with different camera settings to capture the intricate details of the museum facades.
    • Don’t forget to explore the surrounding area, as the Berlin Cathedral and Lustgarten park are also picture-worthy.
  • Visit during golden hour to capture the museums in a warm and soft light.
  • Experiment with different camera settings to capture the intricate details of the museum facades.
  • Don’t forget to explore the surrounding area, as the Berlin Cathedral and Lustgarten park are also picture-worthy.
  • 4. Mauerpark

    If you’re looking for a vibrant and lively spot to capture the essence of Berlin, head to Mauerpark. This popular park is not only a great place for people-watching but also home to a bustling flea market and a famous Sunday karaoke session. Capture the energy and diversity of the park through candid shots of street performers, colorful stalls, and the panoramic view from the park’s hill.

    Tips:

    • Avoid the crowds by visiting Mauerpark on weekdays or early in the morning.
    • Interact with the locals and street performers to capture authentic moments.
    • Don’t miss the opportunity to browse through the flea market for unique props and vintage finds.
  • Avoid the crowds by visiting Mauerpark on weekdays or early in the morning.
  • Interact with the locals and street performers to capture authentic moments.
  • Don’t miss the opportunity to browse through the flea market for unique props and vintage finds.
  • 5. Oberbaum Bridge

    End your Instagrammable walking tour at the stunning Oberbaum Bridge. This double-decker bridge is not only an architectural marvel but also offers breathtaking views of the River Spree and the surrounding area. Whether you capture it against a backdrop of blue sky or as the sun sets, the Oberbaum Bridge is the perfect finale for your Berlin adventure.

    Tips:

    • Experiment with long exposure photography to capture light trails from passing boats.
    • Capture the bridge from different angles, both from nearby parks and from the riverbank.
    • Consider visiting during the blue hour for a magical and romantic atmosphere.
  • Experiment with long exposure photography to capture light trails from passing boats.
  • Capture the bridge from different angles, both from nearby parks and from the riverbank.
  • Consider visiting during the blue hour for a magical and romantic atmosphere.
  • As you wander through Berlin’s most Instagrammable spots, don’t forget to take breaks and immerse yourself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere. Remember that capturing amazing photos is just one aspect of the experience, so take time to enjoy the sights, sounds, and flavors of this fascinating city. Happy snapping!

    Thank you for reading. If you're inspired by the stories of Berlin and want to delve deeper, why not join us on our Free Berlin Walking Tour? It's a wonderful way to immerse yourself in the city's rich history and vibrant culture. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

    WHAT TO EXPECT

    • 3.5 hours walking tour
    • Berlin’s major highlights
    • Brandenburg Gate
    • Reichstag and Berlin Wall
    • Historical sites

    Free Walking Tour Berlin

    When: Every day 10am & 12pm every day
    Where: The meeting point is in front of the ehemaliges Kaiserliches Postfuhramt Berlin, Oranienburger Straße, 10117 Berlin, Germany, next to the entrance.
    Price: Free