Every Location In No Time To Die Explained

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No Time To Die: Every Location Explained   

No Time To Die is the much-anticipated twenty-fifth installment of the James Bond series. Directed by Cary Fukunaga, the movie takes Bond (Daniel Craig) on a thrilling adventure across the globe. In this article, we’ll offer an exciting breakdown of all the main international locations featured in No Time To Die.

What is No Time To Die About?   

No Time To Die sees the return of Bond who, having left active service, is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica. His peace is soon shattered when his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA turns up asking for help. The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology. The movie spans a variety of locations, from tropical islands to secret bases, and is set to be an action-packed bond outing.

Locations in No Time To Die  


No Time To Die kicks off with Bond in Jamaica, where he is living a life of retirement. Jamaica is a picturesque exotic location and is known for its beautiful beaches and laid-back lifestyle. Japan is no stranger to the James Bond franchise, having featured twice before in Dr. No (1962) and You Only Live Twice (1967). Its Caribbean culture and breathtaking sunsets are sure to set the tone for the movie.


London is the home of MI6, so it was always going to feature in No Time To Die. Bond soon returns home from his retirement in Jamaica to tackle a mission from M (Ralph Fiennes). Our First Look at London in the movie is at a fencing club, where Bond will likely face off against an old friend.

Matera, Italy 

Matera is a small Italian city situated in the region of Basilicata. It’s renowned for its ancient architecture, which dates back to prehistoric times. Locations like the Sassi di Matera – an ancient area of cave dwellings – provided the perfect backdrop for a secret meeting between Bond and his old nemesis, Safin (Rami Malek).

Fjord, Norway 

The wilds of Norway offer a stunning contrast to the hustle and bustle of life in the cities. But it’s in these stunning vistas that some of No Time To Die’s action will take place. We don’t know much about the mission that Bond and team are undertaking in Norway, but we do know that it will be one of the movie’s key action set pieces.


 Cuba is known for its historical cities filled with colourful buildings, as well as its enormous Caribbean beaches. The island was used in a number of Bond films, most famously in Goldfinger (1964). Cuba will apparently be home to a high-stakes game of Poker between villains, where Bond is required to make a dramatic entrance.

Sölden, Austria 

The Alpine town of Sölden is a snow-capped paradise filled with ski runs and a host of luxurious hotels and restaurants. However, in No Time To Die it may well prove to be the backdrop of Bond’s first encounter with Safin. The area looks set to feature in a thrilling car chase, as Bond and Leiter pursue Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) through the icy streets.

Istanbul, Turkey 

Istanbul features in many of the most memorable Bond films, and is one of the main locations featured in No Time To Die. It’s here that Bond will engage in a high-octane chase and a daring rescue mission. Istanbul is known for its bustling streets and huge mosques, which are sure to provide the perfect backdrop for some thrilling action sequences.

Unknown Locations   

There are a few mystery locations in No Time To Die which are yet to be revealed. While most of the action will be set in the places detailed above, fans speculate that the movie may also feature a daring frozen tundra as well as a secret desert base.

No Time To Die promises to take us on a spectacular global voyage. From the beautiful beaches of Jamaica to the ancient streets of Turkey, the movie promises to take us across the world on an action-packed journey. With just a few months to go until its release, fans cannot wait to see what locations, and adventures, Bond has in store.

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