All our visited James Bond movie locations so far:
Austria (The Living Daylights) – The Bahamas (Thunderball & Casino Royale) – Czech Republic (Casino Royale) – Egypt (The Spy Who Loved Me) – Germany (Octopussy & Tomorrow Never Dies) – Greece (For Your Eyes Only) – Hungary (Goldeneye) – India (Octopussy) – Italy (The Spy Who Loved Me) – The Netherlands (Diamonds Are Forever) – Turkey (From Russia With Love, The World Is Not Enough & Skyfall) – United Kingdom (Spectre) – USA (Live And Let Die, Licence To Kill & Casino Royale)
And where you can find them on our James Bond location map:
Click here to get a fullscreen interactive map with all James Bond movie locations
James Bond has understood the art of travel. The agent embraces the coziness of some of the worlds most luxurious hotels – likewise he enjoys simple backpacker delights on a hidden sunlit cove. Sometimes he travels with the Orient-Express, sometimes he even goes by camel. Those who visit the James Bond movie locations can experience a distinct travelism. Sometimes in the center of tourist happy cities, sometimes off the beaten path.
We have – including Bonds latest adventure Spectre – identified 396 James Bond movie locations so far. These locations encompass three types of places. There are locations where Bond movies have been filmed even though they are not subject of the later movie. The sun-soaked Spanish village Cadiz is such a location. It is the stand-in for Bonds Cuban entanglement in Die Another Day. Conversely, there are places that Bond visits in the film whereas his real life actors never showed up there.
Doesn’t matter for us.
We put the Siberias and Afghanistans and North Koreas on the bucket list anyway. But finally, there are the places where you can totally … Bond to: It’s all those magical James Bond movie locations, where the setting of the film once made matches the setting of a magnificent holiday there today.