There is no character more well-traveled than James Bond: The international spy has taken 146 trips to 49 different countries in the course of 24 feature films. For travelers whose vacations have been lacking a certain glamour, James Bond's sophisticated destinations can shake things up. See also: 10 of the grumpiest things Daniel Craig has said about James Bond Just resist the temptation to check in as Bond ... James Bond. London, England Image: Pawel Libera / LightRocket / Getty ImagesHeadquarters of MI6, and featured in almost every Bond film, London is where Bond is most in his element. 007 is so inextricably woven into the city's history that he escorted the queen to the 2012 Olympics. Stay in a sleek flat with panoramic views of London for a true Bond experience. Solden, Austria Image: Christof Stache / AFP / Getty ImagesSolden is a top skiing destination in the Alps and one of the locations in the newest Bond film. There are beautiful slopes, relaxing spas and luxurious hotels like Das Central. Hopefully, you can charge a stay at the hotel to the MI6 expense account: A two-bedroom suite runs upwards of $1,000. After a long day of being chased down ski slopes, Ice Q, the hotel's futuristic restaurant featured in Spectre, will make you a vodka martini as Bond would order it. Khao Phing Kan, Thailand Image: Reinhard Dirscherl / ullstein bild / Getty ImagesKhao Phing Kan also goes by the alias "James Bond Island." Made famous in The Man with the Golden Gun, the island is a great place to duel. It's part of Ao Phang Nga national park, and best explored by kayak early in the morning. For true Bond style, stay in a private villa for $27,400 at nearby Six Senses Yao Noi and speed boat over to the island for a day lounging on the beach with Bond girls and martinis â or, more likely, other tourists. Lake Como, Italy Image: Marka / UIG / Getty ImagesPerhaps Italy's most upscale destination (George Clooney's residence made it renowned), Lake Como is perfect for the spy looking to get away from it all. Hobnob with celebrities, swim in the lake or just sit back and relax knowing that you are one of the Lake Como elite. The ultimate Bond fan can book a stay at a gorgeous lakefront villa which was used in the filming of Casino Royale. Monte Carlo, Monaco Image: John Greim / LightRocket / Getty ImagesSwoop into Monte Carlo in a helicopter, swing into the casino, win $115 million with a hand of poker, and end the night on a yacht in the harbor for the most 007 experience possible. Spending a night with high rollers will cost you, though. A suite at the Hotel de Paris Monte Carlo will set you back $2,000 a night. Istanbul, Turkey Image: DeAgostini / Getty ImagesFeatured in three Bond films, Istanbul has the perfect amount of exoticism for Britain's most sophisticated spy. Although a normal trip to Istanbul probably won't involve a motorbike chase on the rooftop of the Grand Bazaar, the city provides plenty of excitement without it. Book a $1,480 suite at Ciragan Palace â the former home of a sultan â and schedule some time for exploring the crossroads of Europe and Asia, when you're not busy defending queen and country. International Space Station, Space Image: NASA / Newsmakers / Getty ImagesSpace is the final frontier for many men, but not Bond. In Moonraker, he shot into Dr. Drax's nefarious space station, saving the world from certain death. Today non-spies can sign up to (eventually) launch into space with the help of Virgin Galactic for a $250,000 up-front deposit. Or wait for Boeing's space taxi to come to life, and spend a cool $50 million on a six month trip, with 10 days aboard the space station. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.