Gravina in Puglia
Gravina di Puglia is a charming river-side town in the Italian region of Apulia. Its history goes far back to Roman times and the town boasts a number of historic sights. It's also known for its April Saint George's Fair, which has been held here since 1294 and is one of the oldest fairs in Europe.
James Bond: No Time To Die, But Time ,
To Film In Gorgeous South Of Italy Locations
After Matera and some scenes by the grand cathedral and the ancient cave houses, which have been listed as World Heritage by Unesco, the filming, will go to the neighbouring and equally picturesque region of Puglia.
"Gravina di Puglia in the province of Bari, a town famous for its dramatic two-level Roman bridge spanning a ravine, is the film's second southern Italian location."