Doctor Who: The World Tour will be visiting seven cities across five continents in 12 days.
More details of the itinerary and fan events will be available soon.
The tour kicks off in Cardiff, the home of Doctor Who since its 2005 revival, and also the location of a notorious rift in space and time. More information about the Cardiff leg of the tour »
Capital city of the United Kingdom, and the location of the very first Doctor Who adventure - not to mention Clara's workplace, Coal Hill School. More information about the London leg of the tour »
Seoul, South Korea
A nation not (yet) visited by the Doctor on-screen will get to see him in real life! In 2009, South Korea named Doctor Who as the Most Popular Foreign Drama of the Year, and last year joined in the record-breaking global simulcast of The Day of the Doctor. More information about the Seoul leg of the tour »
Australia: birthplace of companion Tegan Jovanka and theme composer Ron Grainer. The new Doctor will visit Australia's largest city Sydney on The World Tour. More information about the Sydney leg of the tour »
New York, USA
Yes, yes. We know. The Doctor can't land in New York anymore. Not after that sad business with the Ponds. But a little temporal instability isn't going to stop Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman from meeting American Doctor Who fans! More information about the New York leg of the tour »
Mexico City, Mexico
Originally called Doctor Misterio when transmitted there in the 1960s and 70s (watch a fantastic archive clip here), Mexicans have been enjoying the adventures of the Doctor ever since. More information about the Mexico City leg of the tour »
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Having been so welcoming to series writer Mark Gatiss recently, Doctor Who will be returning to Brazil this summer. More information about the Rio de Janeiro leg of the tour »