From London to Jamaica and beyond, Bond's adventures have spanned the world, taking audiences to over a hundred real-life locations in the past six decades.
In the early to mid-1960s, when international travel was a rarity, Bond films captivated audiences, igniting dreams of glamorous vacations and solidifying the franchise as a trusted guide to adventure.
As travel became more accessible, the Bond experience evolved to stay ahead. Producers like Michael G. Wilson found new, unseen locations or transformed well-known places into spectacular settings, ensuring each Bond film continued to deliver the thrill of exploration.
For example, the streets of Rome in Spectre required meticulous blocking, and Venice's Grand Canal closed for the first time in centuries for Casino Royale, allowing Daniel Craig's Bond to sail unobstructed.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Daniel Pembrey is the author of the Henk van der Pol detective books, a series of crime fiction novels set in Amsterdam. As a journalist, Pembrey has contributed to Architectural Digest, The Telegraph, Condé Nast Traveller, The Independent, and the Financial Times. A die-hard 007 fan and a frequent editorial collaborator at EON, the production company behind the James Bond film franchise, Pembrey lives directly across the King’s Road from Bond’s fictional apartment in Chelsea, London.
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