Where Would James Bond Go? Classiest European Locales


	Champs-Élysées, Paris

Champs-Élysées, Paris

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Mar 27, 2013 —  If James Bond were a real person, you wouldn’t find him indulging in 2-for-1 specials at the corner pub. Sure, he may have had a Heineken for a brief moment in Skyfall, but Bond is a martini man. And martini men don’t just hang out in any old neighborhood with any old Joe Schmo. Martini men only frequent the finest global destinations.

Agent 007 would be spotted regularly in an oasis like Chelsea after a London MI6 briefing, where he’d chat up a chic, trust-fund darling over a cocktail – shaken, not stirred of course – at a hip place like Eclipse, a lounge packed with trendy, attractive locals.

If the world’s most recognizable secret agent were on a mission in Rome, he’d have a petite, dapper denizen on his arm in the middle of Casanova’s old stomping ground, Piazza di Spagna. Bond would carelessly toss Euros to sales reps at Prada and Gucci, assuring his date-of-the-day got what she needed for the approaching night out on the town.

Bond, James Bond, may be a fictional character, but that gives you no excuse for missing out on these European hoods that 007 would deem worthy of his classy, timeless presence.

  • Oude Zijds


    Oude Zijds, Amsterdam.
  • Prenzlauer Berg


    Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin.
  • Kensington / Chelsea


    Kensington / Chelsea, London.
  • Schwabing


    Schwabing, Munich.
  • Champs-Élysées - 8eme


    Champs-Élysées - 8eme, Paris.
  • Piazza di Spagna


    Piazza di Spagna, Rome.

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