James Bond UK locations: Britons can visit for much less than the 598k Bond budget

No Time To Die: Trailer released for official James Bond Podcast

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A new James Bond movie is set to hit theatres this week and it will be the last Daniel Craig movie as the legendary 007 agent. Throughout the franchise, James Bond has travelled the world, but many of the most iconic moments from the films were filmed in the UK.

Bond grew up in the Scottish Highlands, and the No Time to Die’s trailer has dramatic shots of Cairngorms National Park.

Britons who want to visit don’t need MI6 budget and can stay in the village of Tomintoul, the highest village in Cairngorms.

Walks along the Speyside trail and whisky tastings de rigueur.

It has lately been revealed it would cost £598,038 to spend the day as James Bond.

The research by Charles Tyrwhitt will make most Britons’ eyes water.

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Thankfully, it’s possible to visit Bond locations around the UK with a much more modest sum.

Britons can head to Glencoe, home to Bond’s family estate.

The area was also featured in Harry Potter and Braveheart.

Still in Scotland, Eilean Donan Castle was featured in Pierce Brosnan’s The World is Not Enough.

The James Bond’s MI6 Scottish headquarters is a stone throw away from the village of Dornie.

Pierce Brosnan’s Bond also went to Oxford to visit a professor at the university.

Britons on a James Bond adventure can head to New College, where Bond parked his car.

Another Scottish location, Roger Moore’s Bond went to Faslane’s Naval Base on Gare Loch and the village of Kilcreggan is only eight miles from Garelochhead, on the southern tip of the Rosneath Peninsula.

The Ice Palace from Die Another Day was filmed at Cornwall’s Eden Project.

The nearest town is St Austell.

James Bond’s martini needs to be “shaken, not stirred”.

To get the perfect cocktail, Britons can go to Dukes Bar in London.

The bar’s martinis are rumoured to be the inspiration for Bond’s cocktail of choice.

Britons who want a taste of Bond life should order a Vesper Martini, which is shaken not stirred and served in a frozen glass with a twist of organic Amalfi lemon.

James Bond has travelled the world, from his roots in the UK to luxurious stays in Jamaica.

Daniel Craig’s Bond, it has been found, is the most travelled of Bonds.

Over four films, Craig’s Bond racked up 75,643 miles.

The new research by Simplv Paving, found 31 percent of the total miles travelled across all the Bond films occur solely in Craig’s four.

Once No Time to Die hits cinemas on September 30, Daniel Craig’s Bond will have covered 90,000 miles.
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