Home to 007, and the iconic MI6 building on the Albert Embankment where he works, London has always played an important role in Bond films. However, in No Time to Die, rather than being a host for big action set-pieces, the city this time is framed more as an emotional base, and a place to reminisce and reflect. Specific landmarks featured include the Hammersmith Bridge, a striking suspension bridge crossing the Thames in West London, where Bond and M meet, as well as the historic Ministry of Defense building, located in Whitehall in central London.
The perfect destination for every kind of traveler, whether you love history, culture, music, arts or the great outdoors, London counts Buckingham Palace, The Tower of London, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament amongst its iconic landmarks.
To follow in the footsteps of James Bond we suggest you bookmark three of our great Insight premium guided tours that start and finish in the vibrant capital. Get the royal treatment during an 11-day tour of England, Scotland & Wales on our Best of Britain premium guided tour. Choose our Britain and Ireland Explorer 15-Day tour if you want to absorb the history and heritage of England, Scotland and Ireland, and on Elegance of Great Britain follow in the footsteps of historical figures and literary giants on a 13-day guided tour of Scotland and England.
Sip a martini, shaken not stirred, in the bar at your sophisticated London hotel and plan your tour of the city, or maybe extend your stay a few extra nights at the end of your tour? Bond fans can take time to visit the many iconic locations featured in the movie franchise; take a speedboat trip down the Thames, see the Houses of Parliament, walk Westminster Bridge and view the MI6 building just for starters.