Being like James Bond in real life would be difficult in a number of ways, more than a few of them physical. The constant fighting, drinking, and other physical activities (read: sexual conquests) have their drawbacks, but at least his job gives him the opportunity to see the world. Ahead of the theatrical release of the latest chapter in the Bond saga, Spectre, geographic information systems company Esri UK created an interactive map that shows all of the character's travel destinations since the release of Dr. No in 1962.
Screenshot via The Guardian
According to The Guardian, which has the interactive map embedded on its site, Bond has been to 146 cities in 49 countries around the world. The map also includes the known destinations from Spectre, and hovering over each location provides the user with information about in which movie the city appears and who was playing the role of Bond at the time. Even without outer space listed as a destination, Roger Moore is said to have the most stamps on his secret agent passport with a total of 44 locations; Sean Connery comes in second place, with 32 locations.
Head over to The Guardian to start exploring the map.