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Volksoper Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

Vienna’s Volksoper doubles as the Bratislavan opera house in which Bond meets Saunders where he is informed about the defection of General Georgi Koskov. Perching on a balcony in the opposite bookshop, Bond spots sniper Kara Milovyin the centre window, two floors up. vAt the start of The Living Daylights Bond arrives at the opera to meet Saunderswhere he informs Bond about General Georgi Koskov. During the opera Bond and Saunders exit the building and walk across to a shop.

 

Sofiensaal Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

Vienna’s Sofiensaal doubles as the inside of the Bratislavan opera house in whichBond meets Saunders where he is informed about the defection of General Georgi Koskov.

  Gasometers Vienna, Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

After Bond has put General Georgi Koskov in the Trans-Siberian pipeline cleaning module, Q is there to meet him on the other side. They then climb the seemingly never-ending number of steps inside the gasometer to the top where Koskov boards a Harrier and takes off.

Schönbrunn Palace   Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

After Bond and Kara Milovy arrive in a very un-Bond-like transportation (the back of a lorry), they switch to something more fitting, a horse drawn carriage. As they elegantly travel down pleasant leafy streets, they drive pass the back of the palace on the way to Bond’s hotel.

Palais Schwarzenberg  Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

When Bond and Kara arrive in Vienna, they take a horse drawn carriage down pleasant leafy streets. The carriage passes the Schönbrunn Palace where there are a large group of people waltzing, before eventually arriving at the hotel. When Bond approaches the reception desk, Hans the hotel manager asks if he wants his usual suite, to which Bond asks for one with a separate bedroom.

 

Prater Austria The Living Daylights (1987)

After arranging to meet Saunders at the Prater, Bond and Kara sample the rollercoaster, dodgems and a number of other rides. Bond decides to chance his hand at shooting a rifle at a target to win prizes, something he is unsurprisingly very good at, leading the owner to tell him “no more!?” Kara then asks Bond to take her on the Ferris wheel. As the carriage reaches the top it jerks to a stop. A puzzled Kara finds out that Bond has arranged this, leading to a predictable romantic moment, Bond style.

 

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