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The Eiffel Tower  France  A View To A Kill (1985))

Bond chases May Dayup the tower. Before he can catch up, May Day parachutes from the very top of the tower, eventually meeting up with a waiting boat piloted by Max Zorin.

 Pont Alexandre III  France A View To A Kill (1985)

At the end of the chase sequence through the streets of Paris in the Renault taxi, Bond notices May Day land on a boat passing underneath the bridge. He then leaves the car and proceeds to jump over the bridge to land on the boat.

 Château de Chantilly  France  A View To A Kill (1985)

After learning from Achille Aubergine that Max Zorin is holding a horse sale at his château, Bond decides to pay a visit. He travels to Château de Chantilly pretending to be a customer interested in buying, with Sir Godfrey Tibbettacting as his chauffeur.

 Hippodrome de Chantilly France A View To A Kill (1985)

After Max Zorin thinks that he has sent Bond to his watery grave, General Gogolmeets Zorin at this racecourse. Gogol expresses concern about Zorin not getting the proper authorisation to kill 007, as well as issues regarding his commercial sidelines. Things get heated when he tells Gogol that he doesn’t consider himself a KGB agent anymore, leading to May Day picking up one of the generals men and throwing him down the stairs.

 City Hall, California USA A View To A Kill (1985)

While Bond investigates Max Zorin, he pays W. G. Howe a visit at City Hall. After his meeting, he spots Stacey Sutton, the woman he met previously atZorin’s estate. Later in the film City Hall plays a key role when Bond and Stacey discover the location of Zorin’s plans. Before they can leave, they are captured by Zorin and May Day. Zorin kills Howe, traps Bond and Stacey in a lift and sets the building alight.

 Sotheby’s  London  Octopussy (1983) During Octopussy Bond decides to play a little game with Kamal Khan by bumping up the price of a rare Fabergé Egg. After spotting Khan as the buyer of the egg, Bond proceeds to increase the price of the egg higher and higher, much to the dismay of Jim Fanning, an antiques expert introduced by M earlier in the film.

Brandenburg Gate Berlin, Germany Octopussy (1983) While not seen directly in Octopussy, a number of publicity shots of Roger Moorewhere taken with the Brandenburg Gate in the background.

The mountaintop monastery Meteora Greece For Your Eyes Only (1981) Bond  meets arch-baddie Kristatos (Julian Glover) at the Olympic Ice Stadium, Via dello Stadio, built, like many of Cortina’s facilities, for the 1956 Winter Olympics. As was the now unused Olympic Ski Jump and the Bobsleigh Run which feature in the ensuing chases.

St Giles Churchyard  Stoke Poges Buckinghamshire For Your Eyes Only (1981) The churchyard, in which Bond (Roger Moore) visits the grave of Tracy di Vicenzo-Bond, is St Giles Church, Church Lane, Stoke Poges inBuckinghamshire. You can’t see Tracy’s grave, of course, but you will find that of poet Thomas Gray, whose Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard was supposedly written about – and in – St Giles’ peaceful grounds.

Karnak  Egypt  The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Bond is dispatched to Cairo, Egypt. The black-marketeer, Fekkesh, is killed during the spectacular son et lumière filmed at the Giza Necropolis complex, the three Great Pyramids and the Great Sphinx. Five miles into the desert from the old town of Giza on the Nile, it’s about 15 miles southwest of Cairo city centre.

Hotel Cala Di Volpe Italy  The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) After meeting Q at the small port of Palau, Bond and Amasova drive to the hotel with the whiteLotus Esprit. They walk through the beautiful lobby and check-in under the name Sterling. They take “suite A5, a sitting room with two bedrooms”.

Victoria Harbour  Hong Kong The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) MI6 field HQ is deep inside the tilted, rusting hulk of the Queen Elizabeth, which was grounded in Hong Kong Harbour.

Khow-Ping-Kan  Thailand  The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) Scaramanga’s island hideout is Khow-Ping-Kan, one of a chain of tiny jungle-covered limestone pillars in Phang Nga Bay at Phuket, on the tip of the Malay peninsula. At the time of filming, a remote and undiscovered paradise, it’s now overrun by tourists taking the 54 mile bus journey, north from Phuket Town, and the boat trip out to see ‘James Bond Island’.

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop  New York  Live And Let Die (1973) following the trail of assassinations in New York City, Felix Leiter tells Bond that the car which used the poison dart shooting mirror is registered to 33 East 65th Street. He decides to pay the location a visit, and finds the Oh Cult Voodoo Shop.

Grotto caves – Jamaica  Live And Let Die (1973)

The foreboding Green Grotto Caves were a hideout befitting a Caribbean villain Kananga, having served the Spanish during the British takeover of Jamaica.