The Complete List Of James Bond Filming Locations

Bond #25 is on the horizon as ‘No Time To Die‘ is set to hit cinemas this Spring with Daniel Craig appearing for the final time as the British secret service agent. Norway and the Faroe Islands make their debut appearances whilst England, Italy, Scotland and Jamaica return having all featured in previous James Bond movies. Ever since 1962, the 007 franchise has taken viewers on jaunts to all corners of the globe and here is a full and comprehensive list of which countries were used for filming. Please note that the country filmed in may have doubled up as another country or two at times.

#1. Dr No (1962)

England (London), Jamaica

#2. From Russia With Love (1963)

Scotland, Turkey (Istanbul), Italy (Venice)

#3. Goldfinger (1964)

USA (Miami), England (Buckinghamshire), Switzerland

#4. Thunderball (1965)

Bahamas (Paradise Island), France (Anet), USA, England (Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire)

#5. You Only Live Twice (1967) * Review

Bahamas, Gibraltar, Scotland (Finmere), Japan (Tokyo, Himeji, Miyazaki, Kagoshima)

 

#6. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

Switzerland (Berne), Portugal (Estoril), England (London, Buckinghamshire)

#7. Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

USA (Las Vegas, Nevada, California), Holland (Amsterdam)

#8. Live And Let Die (1973)

Jamaica, USA (New York, Louisiana)

#9. The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)

Thailand (Bangkok, Phuket, Samut Prakan), Hong Kong, Macau

#10. The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

Canada, Scotland, Egypt, Italy (Sardinia), Bahamas

#11. Moonraker (1979)

Brazil (Rio De Janeiro), Italy (Venice), Guatemala, France, USA (California)

#12. For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Greece, Italy, England (London)

#13. Octopussy (1983)

India (Agra, Udaipur), England (London, Middlesex), Germany (Berlin)

 

#14. A View To A Kill (1985)

Iceland, Switzerland, England (London), France (Paris), USA (California)

#15. The Living Daylights (1987)

Morocco (Tangiers), Austria (Vienna), Gibraltar, England (London)

#16. License To Kill (1989)

USA (Florida), Mexico (Mexico City, Acapulco), England (London)

#17. GoldenEye (1995)

England (London, Hertfordshire, Surrey), Russia, Puerto Rico, France, Switzerland, Monaco

 

#18. Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

England (London, Buckinghamshire, Suffolk), Thailand (Bangkok), Germany (Hamburg)

#19. The World Is Not Enough (1999)

England (London), Spain, Turkey (Istanbul), Wales

 

#20. Die Another Day (2002)

England (London, Cornwall, Hampshire), Wales, Spain, Iceland

 

#21. Casino Royale (2006)

Czech Republic (Prague), Italy (Como, Venice), Bahamas (Paradise Island, New Providence Island), England (Buckinghamshire, Surrey)

   

#22. Quantum Of Solace (2008) * Review

Italy (Salò, Siena), England (London), Austria (Bregenz), Chile, Panama (Panama City)

 

#23. Skyfall (2012) * Review

Turkey (Istanbul), England (London, Surrey, Berkshire), Scotland

 

#24. Spectre (2015)

Mexico (Mexico City), Italy (Rome), Austria, England (London, Oxfordshire), Morocco

 

#25. No Time To Die (2020)

Norway, Faroe Islands, England, Italy, Scotland, Jamaica

Click on the links below for more James Bond related posts:

TF Top 10……London 007 Filming Locations

15 ‘Fake’ Bond Filming Locations

007 Museum in Naoshima

‘Bond In Motion’ Exhibition In London

TF Top (Double Oh) 7……Hotels Featured In James Bond Movies

Review: Books Set In Japan – ‘The Man With The Red Tattoo’ (2002)

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