The actor revealed to Time Out London magazine that he believes the new movie takes Bond back to its roots after filming in London.
"There's an element of Bond coming back to London that you haven't seen in a Bond movie for a long time. MI6 comes under attack. We get to run down Whitehall in screaming cars.
"We actually managed to close Parliament Square. For a while it was ours. It makes me very excited - a unique experience. We used the subterranean London which people don't get access to," he said.
Craig, 44, also praised director Sam Mendes for his work on the film.
"Acting-wise Sam just has it covered. He does that standing on his head, that's what he does - he's brilliant with actors. But he has also brought a passion about Bond to it."
Mendes has admitted he would consider directing another Bond film after his experience on Skyfall.
Skyfall will open in UK cinemas on October 26 and November 9 in the US. Watch a trailer below: