As first reported by CBn
back in October, the German speaking magazine
Gardasee-Zeitung had reported that the Lago die Garda, a throughout Europe
famous mountain lake in Italy, could possibly serve as a location for Bond 22.
CommanderBond.net can reveal today that scenes for the latest James Bond film
will indeed be shot on the shores of Lago di Garda.
The magazine claimed in October that a sequence will be filmed in the Locanda
Punta San Vigilio, the villa of the Italian noodle manufacturer Giovanni Rana,
as well as in the Grand Hotel Fasano in Gardone. Whether these specific
locations will be used has not been confirmed so far, but CBn has learned
that scenes for Bond 22 will be shot in the
villages of Limone and Tremosine in
the last two weeks of April, right before
shooting in Bregenz begins.
Lago di Garda is the largest lake in Italy and is located in the north of the
country. The lake and its shoreline are divided between the provinces of Verona
(to the south-east), Brescia (south-west), and Trentino region (north). The lake
is a major tourist destination, with a number of hotels and resorts along its
CommanderBond.net will keep you updated with all the latest news and details
on Bond 22.