From the swanky palaces of India to the canals of Venice, here's how to recreate the amazing scenes from the best James Bond movies.
James Bond fans know all about 007’s license to kill, but there’s a good chance he uses another document — his passport — way more often. All 23 Bond movies, including “Skyfall,” which opens in Canada on Nov. 9, are glamorous globetrotting affairs. The sexy spy snowmobiles, hang-glides and bungee-jumps his way across the world’s most spectacular cities and landscapes — from an Icelandic lagoon to a Turkish bazaar to Brazil’s iconic Sugarloaf Mountain — in what at times resemble movie-length tourism ads. It’s no wonder, then, that the 10 filming locations listed here offer hotels, tours and daring diversions that embrace the espionage theme.
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