Daniel Craig's Bond adventure starts with meeting M in Houses of Parliament in Casino Royale. Well, this place is a thing you have to see while in London anyway, but it's cooler to realize it is related to the most famous secret agent ever, isn't it?
In "Die Another Day", last Pierce Brosnan Bond film, 007 crosses the Westminster bridge and goes down to the secret spot, where Q is waiting for him with some secret agent toys. Who knows, maybe you can find some that there?
And back to "Goldeneye". Of course, you can't just enter the MI6 Riverhouse headquarters, but hey, it's a wonderful selfie building.
Go and meet some art in The National Gallery, have a seat in Room 34 and feel like Bond waiting for Q. By the way, paintings on 007's background are 'Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump' (1768) by Joseph Wright of Derby and Thomas Gainsborough's 'The Morning Walk' (1785).
Just don't do what Javier Bardem's Silva did in this station.
Well, you most probably won't find any vintage Aston Martin here, but you're not a secret agent neither, so just come, see, take pictures.
And here's Bond's apartment in Notting Hill.
In Rules restaurant Bond's new chief, Q and Moneypenny try to figure out how to help him. And they probably had some delicious traditional English food, which Rules is famous for. By the way, it's also one of the oldest restaurants in Britain.
Be careful here, a helicopter with a crazy terrorist on board may fall down right on the bridge.