Plan a Devilishly Good European Trip Thanks to This “Killing Eve” Travel Guide

published Mar 30, 2022
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Killing Eve” is sadly coming to an end soon after four incredible seasons, but fans are still clamoring for more of the hit BBC series, which finds Jodie Comer’s Villanelle and Sandra Oh’s Eve in what feels like an eternal cat-and-mouse game of good vs. evil. 

And while it’s still too soon to tell whether or not the two famed assassins will end up together, the series has had plenty of fun keeping fans on their toes — and inspiring endless wanderlust for a glamorous jaunt around Europe’s most iconic cities.

If you’re planning to cross international waters and you’re looking to have a few devilishly delightful experiences inspired by the series (but hopefully with no bloodshed and a body count of zero), you’ll be thrilled to know that there’s an official Killing Eve travel guide that’s chock full of information about how to plan a trip that would surely be Villanelle-approved.

Curated by Culture Trip and BBC America, you’ll find guides tailored to four of the most prominently-featured cities in the series, including London, Rome, Paris, and Moscow, with Amsterdam and Barcelona coming soon.

As for what you’ll find in each guide, well, you’ll want to dust off your most luxe designer attire and ensure your passport’s in order, because there’s something for everyone in each city. It might have been Audrey Hepburn in character as Sabrina who said that Paris is always a good idea, but “Killing Eve” fans know that the City of Light belongs to Villanelle these days, which is why you’ll want to visit the city’s most alluring bars, underground cabaret joints for nights you’ll never forget, and of course plenty of patisseries to satisfy those sugar cravings.

You’ll also find travel plans inspired by Eve in the Italian capital, including where you can score pasta you’d (ahem) die for. Be sure to pack your smartest pantsuits inspired by Carolyn if you’re headed to London, and experience the city like a true Londoner. Even if you can’t hit every location on one visit, even a short trip might be enough to satisfy the “Killing Eve”-sized hole in your heart now that the series is coming to a close.