The Experiences

Black Tomato x James Bond 007 experiences

From London to Sölden

Europe has set the stage for many of Bond’s most memorable exploits – from towering Alpine peaks to golden shores. It’s where 007 made his cinematic debut in Dr. No (1962), and where – in No Time To Die (2021) – he returned for his most recent appearance. But the story is far from over.

View All London (11) France & Monaco (7) Italy (9) Austria (4) Action (10) Glamour (16) Behind the Scenes (13)
Aston Martin DB5
A chauffeured tour through James Bond’s London
“The proper function of man is to live, not to exist”. So remarks M, quoting Jack London in No Time To Die (2021). London – the ‘old smoke’ – has made an appearance across countless iterations of 007. To give you the measure of his sometimes home, we’ll escort you around the city in your own chauffeured, 1960s Aston Martin DB5 or Range Rover. Your itinerary? No. 4 Whitehall Court (home to the original MI6), which made an appearance in No Time To Die (2021). You’ll visit the Spring Gardens safehouse where Bond goes to ground with Madeleine Swann (Spectre, 2015), Parliament Street – where he pursued Silva (Skyfall, 2012) – and Vauxhall Cross, the current home of MI6 (which made a memorable appearance in The World Is Not Enough (1999)). Cap things off with a martini at the world-renowned DUKES Bar. And much, much more.
Behind the Scenes | London
Read more
Stuntman training, James Bond x Black Tomato
Take a fall with an official Bond stuntman
In Bond’s merciless world, one must learn to fight – and to fall – with effortless ease. After all, as Scaramanga chillingly declared, this is nothing less than a “duel between titans” (The Man With The Golden Gun, 1974). To prepare you for the life of a secret agent, we have arranged a unique opportunity for a private training session with Lee Morrison – the accomplished stunt coordinator who has worked on the last five Bond films, including the unforgettable Matera chase scene from No Time To Die (2021), which would normally be inaccessible. Together, you’ll perfect the pugilistic arts of falls and fights, all the while hearing anecdotes of how Bond’s most famous escapades were brought to life on the big screen.
Action | Behind the Scenes | London
Read more
Aston Martin James Bond
Under the hood at Aston Martin Works
Q’s contagious enthusiasm is evident when he first introduces the iconic Aston Martin DB5 to Bond in Goldfinger (1964), stating, “now this is one I'm particularly keen about”. The British car manufacturer’s legendary heritage goes back to 1913 and has – for the long life of the franchise – been deeply associated with 007. In this exclusive experience, we’ve arranged for private access to Aston Martin Works – a site that is typically inaccessible to the general public. You’ll go behind the scenes and under the hood of this functioning workshop; seeing – first hand – how their cars are built and painstakingly restored. The DB5 – of course – will take centre stage. “I never joke about my work, 007”, Q concludes.
Action | Behind the Scenes | Glamour | London
Read more
Lock & Co Hatters
A guided sartorial tour of 007's London
"I sized you up the moment we met." So remarked Vesper to Bond in Casino Royale (2006) having arranged a tailored suit for him. And to get the measure of 007 yourself, you’ll join a personal stylist and Black Tomato guide on a sartorial tour of London's St. James; a district that embodies the classic, vigorous glamour of Bond. Each of the stores – including N.Peal, Lock & Co., Turnbull & Asser, Crockett & Jones, and Floris – have close relationships with the Bond films, holding special collections and signature items to peruse. This includes pieces that have appeared in the movies themselves – including items inspired by the films: from the shirt worn by 007 in Dr. No (1962), ties inspired by Tomorrow Never Dies (1995), and shoes custom-made for Bond in Skyfall (2012). At each location, you will be hosted by the store’s representatives – all of whom have supreme knowledge of 007’s wardrobe.
Behind the Scenes | Glamour | London
Read more
Superhawk 34, The World Is Not Enough
A high-octane pursuit down the river Thames
A sleek, black craft leaps from the flaming detritus of MI6. Here, along the span of the ancient Thames, Bond made his iconic pursuit of Cigar Girl in The World Is Not Enough (1999). Fittingly, you’ll board the very same craft – a Superhawk 34 – that Cigar Girl piloted in the movie; cruising past landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, St. Paul’s, and the Millennium Dome that provided the backdrop for this most dramatic chase. You can be joined by Sarah Donohue, Cigar Girl’s stunt double, who’ll give you the inside scoop on how this exhilarating sequence was brought to life. For the bold, we can simulate your own high-speed chase scene – and you’ll have the option for our own film crew to capture it, for posterity, with a drone. Roll cameras.
Action | Behind the Scenes | London
Read more
Play your hand at the legendary Les Ambassadeurs, Black Tomato x 007
Play your hand at the legendary Les Ambassadeurs
This renowned members-only gambling club – in resplendent Mayfair – inspired the location where the world first met James Bond in Dr. No (1962), and where he delivered that most unforgettable of lines: “Bond. James Bond”. Naturally, we will take you for a private, behind-the-scenes tour as a guest of honour. First, cocktails and canapés in the library. Next, a visit to the Marble Room (which inspired the casino set for Dr. No). Your finale? An expert-led private baccarat lesson. From here, you can try your luck – and your wits – or continue to dinner, be it at the club restaurant (No. 6 Hamilton Place) or any other London venue of your choice. This singular access has been arranged exclusively for Black Tomato.
Glamour | London
Read more
Q's laptop, Black Tomato x James Bond 007
Exclusive access to Q and Bond’s props and gadgets
Drawing on his pipe, M puts it bluntly: “if you carry a 00 number, it means you’re licensed to kill – not get killed”. For Bond, this has always meant finding the right tool for the job – be it a suitcase with hidden compartments or a watch with ingeniously unexpected properties, or a weapon disguised as a camera. In a fashion befitting Q Branch we’ve arranged ultra-exclusive access to handle these iconic props – an exclusive to Black Tomato. Your quartermaster briefing will be led by Joss Skottowe, director of The Armoury Department (who have managed and maintained 007’s prop weapons for two decades) and Meg Simmonds, Archive Director for EON Productions. This is a staggeringly unique opportunity to hold the history of James Bond in your hands. “How original”, as Bond remarks. “What will they think of next?”
Behind the Scenes | London
Read more
Jaguar Land Rover Defender
Put a Land Rover Defender through its off-road paces
Given that Bond is a character synonymous with speed and power, it is only fitting that we take you to the Land Rover Experience Centre at the private estate of Eastnor Castle. Travelling from London by helicopter, you’ll feel the thrill of a specially curated driving adventure at a site famed for its extreme, challenging terrain. Your vehicle? The Land Rover Defender that made its muscular appearance in No Time To Die (2021). Around you – 5,000 acres of estate to explore. Lunch will be served at a scenic spot along your route. Exclusively for Black Tomato, your day will end with a dynamic high-speed drive experience – not otherwise available to visitors. You’ll put pedal to metal in the style of 007 – alongside an expert technical driver. As Bond observes to Q, “you’d be surprised the amount of wear and tear that goes on out there in the field” (Goldfinger, 1964).
Action | London
Read more
Gain classified access to the Old Royal Naval College, Black Tomato x 007
Gain classified access to the Old Royal Naval College
The Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, has a deep resonance with 007 – being the naval training centre where a younger Bond would have studied, prior to joining MI6. This UNESCO-listed heritage site itself has a rich filmmaking history – not least its sombre appearance in Skyfall (2012). Arriving in this historic London neighbourhood, you’ll gain behind-the-scenes access to numerous Bond locations. Typically closed to visitors, we’ve also arranged exclusive access to the Queen Mary Dome – you’d be one of the first members of the public to do so. To help illuminate Bond’s Greenwich, you’ll be joined by Luke Flynn – Greenwich’s Estate Operations Manager – who oversees all filming projects at the site. You can also enjoy afternoon tea served at the Admiral’s House – accompanied by Bond location manager Ali James. She’ll share her insights of working at this historically important site and all the secrets of Bond’s movie magic.
Behind the Scenes | London
Read more
Shake things up with one of Bond’s exclusive bartenders, Black Tomato x 007
Shake things up with one of Bond’s exclusive bartenders
“Shaken. Not stirred”. These iconic lines have become synonymous with Bond – which made their first appearance in Dr. No (1962). To walk you through the stirring history of 007’s drinks, we’ve arranged for a private masterclass with Erik Lorincz – former Head Bartender at the Savoy’s American Bar. His mixological expertise helped to fashion the drinks of Skyfall (2012), Spectre (2015) and No Time To Die (2021). Few in the world can claim his exacting knowledge of Bond’s beverages. This session is exclusive to Black Tomato.
Glamour | London
Read more
Under the hood at Aston Martin Works, Black Tomato x 007
Put pedal to metal in an Aston Martin DBS
The Aston Martin is the quintessential embodiment of Bond: elegant, powerful, fast. To get a grip on this most iconic of cars, we’ll take you for a performance driving course at Millbrook Proving Ground – made famous by Casino Royale’s (2006) record-breaking car stunt of seven consecutive canon-rolls. Like Bond, you’ll get behind the wheel of an iconic DBS. Not only will you get to drive the mile-long straight made famous by Casino Royale, but you’ll have the opportunity to gain heart-racing speeds in the ‘high-speed constant radius bowl’ and drive a high-octane alpine road circuit. This is about putting the Aston Martin – and yourself – through its paces, guided by an expert instructor with competitive motorsport experience. For added flair, Chris Corbould OBE can join you for lunch – the renowned, Oscar-winning Special Effects Supervisor orchestrated Casino Royale’s spectacular canon-roll.
Action | London
Read more
Equestrian intrigue at the Château de Chantilly, Black Tomato x 007
Equestrian intrigue at the Château de Chantilly
Bond’s arrival at the sprawling Château de Chantilly was under the cover of wealthy dilettante James St. John Smythe (A View To A Kill, 1985). His purpose? To infiltrate the criminal network of the nefarious Max Zorin. Albert R. ‘Cubby’ Broccoli – the driving force behind bringing James Bond to the big screen – was a true equestrian aficionado, and it was his idea to locate the action at Chantilly. You will step inside the home of France’s most exclusive horse-training centre, exploring its inimitable grounds by horseback or carriage, dine at Auberge du Jeu de Paume, and explore the inner workings of the elite Grand Stables. You can also choose to survey the grounds with Ali James – a key 007 key location manager. You’ll see – through her masterful lens – how 007 locations like Chantilly are brought to exhilarating life on the big screen.
Action | Behind the Scenes | France & Monaco
Read more
A high-stakes night at the Casino de Monte-Carlo, Black Tomato x 007
A high-stakes night at the Casino de Monte-Carlo
Bond is never as much at home as when he’s at the casino. The Casino de Monte-Carlo, then, might be considered his stomping ground – particularly after he deftly got the better of Xenia Onatopp during an early encounter with her in GoldenEye (1995). On this high-stakes evening, you’ll get a private, behind-the-scenes tour of this renowned institution before enjoying dinner in the elegant restaurant, Le Train Bleu. You’ll then have the opportunity to head to the tables. Here, €400 worth of chips will be included in your experience. You can choose to be joined by Andreas Daniel, who consulted on Texas Hold’em for Casino Royale (2006) and played the role of the dealer – providing the exacting authenticity that brought Bond and Le Chiffre’s tournament to such high tension. This jackpot evening is exclusive to Black Tomato.
Behind the Scenes | France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
A stirring voyage down the river Seine, Black Tomato x 007
A stirring voyage down the river Seine
Paris is no stranger to intrigue and plot – its streets having set the stage for some of cinema’s most thrilling encounters. Bond is no exception. Enjoying a splash of Bollinger 1975 at the Jules Verne restaurant in A View To A Kill (1985), 007 was about to see the entire city come to life. We’ll show you Paris through his lens aboard a Venetian-style boat along the Seine, just as he made his spirited pursuit of the ruthless May Day. For you, this is a chance to relax: Bollinger and canapes within hand’s reach. You can choose to be joined, for this riverine jaunt, by Carole Ashby – the actress who appeared in the film as Dominique, the ‘butterfly whistler’, in A View To A Kill (1985). She will regale you with insider tales from behind the scenes.
France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
Le Jules Verne – an exclusive restaurant at the Eiffel Tower, Black Tomato x 007
An intimate dining experience at the Eiffel Tower
Tonight, you’ll dine at the very restaurant where Bond meets detective Aubergine in A View To A Kill (1985). One of Paris’ most illustrious restaurants, Le Jules Verne, is located high on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. You’ll have – we hope – a more relaxing time than Bond (who tore away to chase the mysterious May Day). The five or seven-course tasting menu will, no doubt, help. You can choose to be joined by Carole Ashby – who played Dominique in the movie. who blew butterflies in his direction, high above the city of Paris. She’ll regale you with intimate anecdotes and unrivalled insight from behind the scenes.
France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
Set sail upon the ravishing Monaco Riviera, Black Tomato x 007
Set sail upon the entrancing Monaco Riviera
Before his many years as a secret agent, Bond was once a naval officer. It is this role that we’ll honour on the astounding Monaco Riviera, where you’ll board your own private yacht charter – which Bond might refer to as “a bloody big ship” Skyfall (2012). Departing from Monaco, your route will take in Villefranche-sur-Mer, St Jean Cap Ferrat, Fossettes Creek, Beaulieu, and many more. You’ll have every opportunity to drop anchor – to swim, to unwind, and to soak up the surroundings of this achingly beautiful coastline. Your day will end with a Bond-befitting reservation at La Reserve de la Mala. For an added twist, you can be joined by Bond actress Carole Ashby, who appeared in A View To A Kill (1985) and Octopussy (1983). This is the ultimate elevation of your day upon the water.
France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
A timeless induction into the watches of Omega, Black Tomato x 007
A timeless induction into the watches of OMEGA
In this timeless experience, you’ll visit the Paris OMEGA boutique – located at OMEGA’s flagship boutique on the iconic Champs-Élysées. Here, you’ll be met by a brand ambassador who will give you a peerless induction into the heritage of the brand and its relationship with Bond. This includes the Seamaster – which 007 wears in GoldenEye (1995) – and the Aqua Terra, sported by Bond in Skyfall (2012) alongside a selection of watches and prototypes designed by the art department especially for the films. You’ll also have the option to be met by representatives from the Switzerland-based Brand Heritage Team who have a masterful knowledge of Omega timepieces and 007. As Bond says, “we have all the time in the world” (No Time To Die, 2021).
France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
Step inside the secretive Bollinger Estate, Black Tomato x 007
Step inside the secretive Bollinger Estate
Bond is a creature of sophisticated habits, and this is no truer than when it comes to champagne. Checking his suite for bugs in Live And Let Die (1973), 007 makes a laidback call to room service. A bottle of Bollinger. And two glasses. It was without question that we would introduce you to his brand of choice. And where better than at the source itself? On this day, you’ll gain ultra-rare access to the private Bollinger Estate – a location ordinarily closed to the public. Drive the vineyards by vintage Land Rover Defender. Take a vista-spanning picnic. Then, descend into La Reserve – a hush-hush cellar whose spaces hold 3,000 magnums; spanning 45 vintages and 16 different crus. From here, enjoy an exclusive tasting of Special Cuvée, Rosé Cuvée and La Grande Année 2014. As Bond put it, “excellent choice”.
France & Monaco | Glamour
Read more
Speed and sensation on majestic Lake Como, Black Tomato x 007
Speed and sensation on majestic Lake Como
It was on the shores of Lake Como that Bond recovered from his wounds in Casino Royale (2006). Like him, you’ll have every opportunity to rest and unwind. But this is the world of 007, and we wouldn’t be making the most of this stunning panoramic location without a touch of glamour and speed. Today, the waters will be your playground: first, climb aboard a seaplane that will arc and yaw high above the lake. Landing upon the waters with an elegant glide you’ll take a private water-ski session (not that Bond needed one in Licence To Kill, 1989). From here, you’ll swim out to the lido and a waiting Riva Super Florida for a scenic, soul-enriching tour across the span of Lake Como. At its end, you'll enjoy a gourmet lunch consisting of all the finer things we associate with Bond. Pride of place will be given to Villa del Balbianello, where 007 recuperated and fell in love. Only with Black Tomato can these discrete experiences be knitted so cinematically together.
Action | Italy
Read more
Behind the scenes at La Fenice Opera House, Black Tomato x 007
Behind the scenes at La Fenice Opera House
Despite his tough exterior, Bond has a finely attuned ear for classical music. The opera – with its expressive, heart-wrenching scores and themes of tragedy and betrayal – is the ideal musical backdrop for his cinematic world. In honour of this, we will secure you tickets to La Fenice Opera House – the city’s most enduring landmark (which viewers glimpsed in Moonraker, 1979): twice burned and twice rebuilt. Before the audience take their seats, you will join an expert La Fenice guide deep behind the curtains – peering into its inner-workings and viewing its collection of Maria Callas memorabilia. As the orchestra warm up, you’ll sip a private aperitivo in the Sinopoli room. Take your seats.
Glamour | Italy
Read more
Venice sinking building, Casino Royale
Step into the shadows of James Bond’s Venice
During his numerous stays in the ‘city of masks’ – such as Moonraker (1979) and Casino Royale (2006) – Bond has explored not only its landmarks but its most labyrinthine corners. On this hush-hush expedition, you’ll be accompanied by our own ‘man in Venice’. He’ll lead you through the city; mapping the scenes and sights most closely associated with 007 – from key moments to filming locations including St Mark’s Square and Piazetta del Leoncini. You’ll travel the Grand Canal and hunt shadows in the Rialto Market, following the path of the Campo San Barbara and Satoportego Speron d’Oro, where Bond pursued Vesper. The city – as movie backdrop and a site of living history – will come to life around you.
Behind the Scenes | Italy
Read more
A serene gondola tour of Bond’s Venice, Black Tomato x 007
A serene gondola tour of Bond’s Venice
Just as there is no Bond without a tuxedo, there is no Venice without its gondolas. Fortuitously, these two worlds collided in From Russia With Love (1963) – when 007 shared an intimate moment with the beautiful Tatiana Romanova just before the credits rolled. Like them, you’ll sedately navigate the city’s labyrinthine canals; passing the Bridge of Sighs and the Piazza san Marco. Things got much bumpier in Moonraker (1979), where Bond converted his gondola into a hovercraft in order to evade his pursuers. Your experience will be altogether more harmonious.
Glamour | Italy
Read more
Sail into the Venetian sunset, Black Tomato x 007
Sail into the Venetian sunset
Few will forget Bond and Vesper’s glamorous sailboat entrance to Venice with the sun high and the lagoon glittering with golden fire in the final act of Casino Royale (2006). In appropriate fashion, we’ll take you on a vintage yacht cruise out onto the waters – exploring the lesser-known and more secluded corners of this legendary region, including Pallestrina, Poveglia, Sant’Erasmo, and Torcello. While there are boats aplenty on the lagoon, few are as majestic – few will take our more adventurous and under-the-radar routing. As Bond languorously enquires in The Man With The Golden Gun (1974): “How’s the water?” We think, sublime.
Glamour | Italy
Read more
A fiery dinner on the island of glass, Black x 007
A fiery dinner on the island of glass
It was on the island of Murano that Bond battled Chang, his bitter adversary in Moonraker (1979), with only the precious Copa Barovier standing between them. In the film it was destroyed. In reality it still lives. Like Bond, we’ll take you to Venice’s most storied island to view this historic piece of material culture before sitting down for a once-in-a-lifetime dinner at a working glass factory – your table ringed by billowing forges and machinery. During this incomparable dinner, master artisans will work their delicate craft around you. Ultimately, this unforgettable dining experience simply cannot be arranged by the public and is exclusive to Black Tomato.
Behind the Scenes | Glamour | Italy
Read more
Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Venice
The music of Bond: a rousing rendition
The 17th century courtyard of the Benedetto Marcello Conservatory of Music provided a lustrous backdrop to Casino Royale (2006), and it is here – for one unforgettable moment – that we will bring the music of 007 to glorious life. Joining the Conservatory’s Director, you will enjoy an extremely rare, private tour of the historic Conservatory (founded in 1876) before soaking up a private courtyard performance by the students of Venice’s most esteemed musical establishment. They will give a rousing rendition of the “total entertainment” – as Bond composer John Barry described it – that has provided all the verve and swagger which we so closely associate with 007. From Diamonds Are Forever to Nobody Does It Better, this will provide a moving crescendo to your day in Venice – the ‘queen of the Adriatic’.
Glamour | Italy
Read more
Belmond Hotel Cipriani intimate dinner
A Venetian dinner befitting of Bond
You would be hard-pressed to count the exquisite meals Bond has enjoyed over the years. His sophisticated palate is well-known, as evidenced by his indulgence in Beluga caviar which he savours in Thunderball (1965), On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), and Casino Royale (2006). That’s why we’ll work with you to create your ideal, 007-themed bespoke menu drawing on painstaking research through the archives and prop menus. Over the decades Bond ate stone crab, steak Diane, crème caramel. The works. Now it’s your turn at the illustrious Hotel Cipriani, A Belmond Hotel. Choose from the 360-views of its rooftop (The Altana) or the private Casanova gardens. You’ll have the option for a private photographer to capture the splendour – in addition to a Bond music recital to provide a fitting 007 soundtrack while you dine. Spare a thought for Moneypenny, whom Bond – as she observes in Dr. No (1962) – has never taken to dinner.
Glamour | Italy
Read more
Torre dell'Orologio, Venice, James Bond 007 x Black Tomato
A private ascent of the Torre dell’Orologio
Towering high above the majestic width of St Mark’s Square, the Torre dell’Orologio (constructed in 1496), provided a memorable backdrop for a most eventful encounter between 007 and Chang. The latter met his vertiginous end by plummeting through the face of the clock itself (Moonraker, 1979). “I gave him a time-out", as Bond later quipped. You will ascend the tower in the company of an expert guide who’ll bring the history of this sumptuous landmark to life by explaining precisely how this delicate blue-gold structure was reimagined for the silver screen. Exclusively for Black Tomato, you’ll have the tower entirely to yourself – a rare honour that we’ve curated specifically for this experience.
Behind the Scenes | Italy
Read more
Solden First Tracks skiing experience
Make first tracks from the summit of Gaislachkogl
Bond's adoration for the Austrian Alps is widely known, with the mighty Gaislachkogl mountain taking centre stage in Spectre (2015). This is precisely where we’ve curated an invigoratingly cinematic day that will celebrate Bond’s mastery of all things alpine. Arranged exclusively for Black Tomato, you’ll travel to the mountain's summit by snow-groomer – long before the lifts open to the public – to toast the empty slopes with a glass of Bollinger. Now, you’ll make first tracks down the mountain – from red to blue. As you descend, you’ll pass the Hoffler Klinik entrance where 007 met Madeleine Swann in Spectre, as well as one of the original Land Rover Defenders featured in the film. As Bond remarked during another notable snowbound encounter, “I came prepared for a cold reception” (The World Is Not Enough, 1999). As should you.
Action | Austria
Read more
Solden ski resort valley panorama in winter
Take on the mammoth Big 3 ski challenge
Bond is a regular denizen of the slopes – having slalomed his way through The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and The World Is Not Enough (1999). In honour of his alpine excellence, we’ll set you up with the goal of completing Sölden’s mammoth three peaks challenge: with three peaks towering 3,000m or higher. These will be yours to conquer. Being such an energetic day, we’ve arranged for an exclusive off-piste meal to be set up for you in a remote mountain hüttes. For early risers, we can arrange for you to have ‘first tracks’ access to the slopes.
Action | Austria
Read more
Helicopter tour of Solden
A spirited flight above the glaciers of Sölden
As much as we associate 007 with the land and sea, he’s had more than a few encounters in the air. Not least his spirited pursuit of the kidnapped Madeleine Swann in Spectre (2015). Taking off from Hochgurgl, you’ll ascend, by helicopter, high above the icy, alpine splendour of the Ötztal Valley – echoing the perilous plane journey Bond himself would make. Beneath you will be the Rettenbach glacier, the winding Ötztal Glacier Road, and the futuristic form of the ice Q restaurant. On your ecstatic return to terra firma, you’ll enjoy a decadent Bollinger picnic in the private lounge: an exclusive to The Assignment.
Action | Austria
Read more
ice Q 007 ELEMENTS
A private appointment at 007 ELEMENTS & ice Q
Carved high into the summit of Gaislachkogl mountain is the futuristic 'lair' of 007 Elements – a cinematic Bond installation that illuminates precisely how the alpine elements of Spectre (2015) were staged and shot. Typically, visitors experience a self-guided tour, but we’ve arranged for you to be led by Andreas Zunt – the exhibition’s knowledgeable curator. When your tour ends, you’ll pass to neighbouring ‘ice Q’ – a thrillingly-situated restaurant with sweeping views over the surrounding peaks. This building served as the Hoffler Klinik in Spectre (2015), and you’ll have plenty of time to absorb your surroundings over a gourmet four-course lunch. Throughout, you can be joined by Chris Corbould OBE – an acclaimed special effects supervisor who has worked on fifteen James Bond films (Spectre among them).
Austria | Behind the Scenes
Read more

Ready to begin
your assignment?

Bond's World. Your Adventure.


Enquire