Are you a proud local of Munich who loves to travel and share your culture with others? Then we have the perfect opportunity for you! Spotted by Locals is looking for passionate and knowledgeable locals like yourself to become Spotters for our authentic travel guide.
As a Spotter, you’ll have the chance to share your insider tips and recommendations for the best local places to eat, drink, and visit in Munich. Not only will you be helping visitors discover the true essence of your city, but you’ll also get to share your love of travel with our global community. Apply now and let us help you share your love of Munich with the world!
Meet Our Munich Spotters
Meet our local Spotters in Munich! Chloe, Alexander, Stefan & Viola are all proud residents of Munich, who are passionate about their city and love to share their culture with others. They are part of our team of Spotters, who are responsible for sharing their insider knowledge of the best local places to visit and experience in their city.
Being a Spotter is not just a great opportunity to share the love of their city, but also to be part of a community of Spotters from 82 different cities around the world. Our Spotters are the heart and soul of Spotted by Locals, and they are dedicated to helping visitors discover the true essence of Munich, by sharing their personal recommendations and experiences. Thank you Chloe, Alexander, Stefan & Viola for being part of our team!
“I love Munich for its biergartens, the Isar, its summer days and winter nights, how it is not too small but also not too big. I love how it is simple yet there are neverending places and secrets to discover. I love the freedom that comes with living here and the way the city makes me feel. At the end of the day, I mostly love Munich because it somehow gives me the feeling that I didn’t choose Munich, but that deep down, Munich chose me!”
“I run a one-person film production and have a certain obsession with surprising places, and not just in Munich. I was born in Munich but I tried to get away. I tried it with Rome, New York, Berlin and London but failed. For some reason I’m like glued to this funny city.”
“Since the day I started to work in Munich, I fell in love with it. Fortunately, my colleagues showed me a lot of interesting spots. I like the fact, that Munich for me, has something village-like, but in another dimension.
It’s just a one hour drive to go to the mountains or big lakes like Starnberger See. In Munich there is so much culture, very nice old buildings with character and there is a lot of tradition which the Bavarians are very proud of. But there are a lot of hidden pearls and black parties I want to show you. I hope I you share my enthusiasm!”
“Munich is an amazing city and really has it all: a great cultural and art scene, fantastic food, friendly and interesting people and on top of that it is incredibly green: Munich is home to the biggest inner-city park in the world – bigger than Central Park or Hyde Park and the re-naturalised Isar river is flanked by beautiful lawns and pebble beaches. The city is surrounded by beautiful lakes, rolling hills and is very close to the Alps, which makes it an ideal base for hiking in summer and skiing in winter.
There is so much international inspiration here, combined with homey cosiness deriving from hundreds of years of history and a warm-hearted attitude towards life celebrating the moment. I love Munich for its quirkiness, for the fact you can get anywhere by bike and that you can go for a swim in the river right in the middle of the city. And that you can surf – yes, surf! So a common thing to do is to go for a dip or a ride and have a picnic with your friends and family at the embankment.”