7 James Bond Filming Locations in Italy

Discover some of the iconic and beautiful Italian filming locations from James Bond Movies through the years. You can even visit them during your next trip to Italy!


#1. Villa del Balbianello (Lake Como) - Casino Royale

This Lake Como villa was featured near the end of Daniel Craig's Casino Royale.

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#2. Matera - No Time To Die

This breathtaking town in the region of Basilicata in Southern Italy was featured in the opening scenes of No Time To Die

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#3. Hotel Cala di Volpe (Sardinia) - The Spy Who Loved me

This luxurious hotel on the Sardinian coast was featured in 1977's The Spy Who Loved Me

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#4. Siena - Quantum of Solace

This beautiful city in Tuscany was featured during the rooftop chase scenes in Quantum of Solace

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#5. Cortina d'Ampezzo - For Your Eyes Only

The picturesque ski town of Cortina along with some of it's Olympic courses from the 1956 Olympic games and even the still operational Miramonti Majestic Grand Hotel were featured in 1981's For Your Eyes Only.

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#6. Carrera Marble Quarries - Quantum of Solace

Daniel Craig can be seen driving through these famous marble quarries in Tuscany during the opening car chase in Quantum of Solace

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#7. Venice -From Russia With Love / Moonraker / Casino Royale


The maze of canals in Venice as well as its famous Bridge of SIghs and St Marc's Square have been the backdrop of several bond films over the years including From Russia With Love, Moonraker, and Casino Royale.

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