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You probably know that the new James Bond film, Spectre, is out soon. We’re properly excited for another daredevil adventure from the Great British Spy, not least because of the amazing array of locations on display!

Indulge your inner superspy and see these places in person. Here are some of the Spectre locations you can visit on an Exodus adventure! 

Best Spectre Shooting Locations


Ancient RomeAncient Rome

One of the world’s most iconic cities, Rome is the perfect setting in which for Bond to do his thing, complete with quaint streets, gorgeous views and magnificent architecture (much of which is likely to be destroyed in the film!) It’s always impressive to see Rome’s landmarks on film, but it pales in comparison to the real thing.

Why not see the rest of the best of Italy while you’re at it?

Take me there: Italy trips


Riding camels through the Moroccan desertRiding camels through the Moroccan desert

Seemingly endless sun-baked deserts span Morocco, mountains sketched across the horizon. Dotted across this sandy expanse are rich, flourishing cities, packed with sensory delights. We expect a market chase or two, complete with hairpin bends and destroyed stalls. There are countless ways to experience Morocco outside of the silver screen – check out a few of our favourites.

Take me there: Morocco Holidays


Austrian mountain sceneryAustrian mountain scenery

The splendour of Austria’s snowy mountain ranges and gorgeous valleys provide instant drama. The trailer has some magnificent shots of aerial battles in alpine landscapes, which has us reaching for our passports. Stunning aerial views in a Bond film are one thing, but seeing this glorious country up close is quite another!

Take me there: Austria Holidays


Day of the Dead skullsDay of the Dead skulls

Spectre will have Bond engaged in thrilling action sequences in Mexico City, during the world-famous Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. This vibrant, colourful and insanely energetic festival takes place each year, as Mexico pays its respects to the departed in style. This is a recipe for awesome adventure filmmaking. But wouldn’t you rather have this adventure in person?

Take me there: Mexico trips

To witness James Bond Spectre Filming Locations for yourself, take a look at our trips below.