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Rome at Sunset with Tiramisù

A fun walking tour of Rome that covers the city’s highlights is great for those who want to visit the must-see sites and learn some history!

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Guided walking tour
1.5 hours


Adult: 40€
Student: 40€
Child: 25€
Children under the age of 6 are FREE

Tour Description

Rome at Sunset     
Meeting point: Maya Tours office at Piazza del Teatro di Pompeo 42 (City Center)
Starting time: Daily at 4pm (From November to the end of March) and 6pm (From April to the end of October)
Duration: 1.5 hours
A fun walking tour of Rome that covers the city’s highlights is great for those who want to visit the must-see sites and learn some history! 

Campo De’ Fiori 

Meet your tour guide in the City Center, at our office at Campo de’ Fiori and start the tour with a delicious, homemade Tiramisù, accompanied by a hot shot of typical Roman Coffee (Espresso) . Campo de’ Fiori was once a field of flowers, and thus the name, was paved in 1456 under Pope Callistus III. Thanks to the prominent buildings surrounding the piazza, such as Palazzo Orsini, it became a very popular part of Rome, frequented by the most influential historical figures. Its popularity drew new businesses to the area, opening workshops, inns and taverns making this neighbourhood one of the most prosperous of the city. Moreover, Campo de’ Fiori was the location where a horse market took place twice a week.

Piazza Navona

The next stop on the tour is the picturesque Piazza Navona, built over the ancient Circus Aronalis, or “Stadium of Domitian”. In the 15th century the former stadium was covered over, although it maintained its racetrack shape and became Rome’s central market place. Today it’s one of the city’s liveliest squares and frequently hosts local artists and street performers. Find out how they used to flood the square in the summer months to create an artificial lake, hear the story behind one of art world’s greatest rivalries and discover whose ghost still lingers there. 

The Pantheon 

This was Michelangelo’s favorite Roman building, as well as Raphael’s. In fact, the latter loved the building so much it is also his resting place. The word “Pantheon” takes its name from the Greek “Pan” meaning “all” and “theion” meaning “gods” and was the first temple in Rome dedicated to “all the Gods”. It has been rebuilt a few times over the years, but its current construction is the work of the great Emperor Hadrian. The structure is divided into two separate parts, the portico and the rotunda, which were masterfully formulated to look like one.  Marvel at its dimensions, find out what its inscriptions mean, and look up at is ceiling, a mathematical triumph that inspired Brunelleschi to create his dome for the church of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence. You’ll get to learn how the pantheon was built, why it’s so well preserved and who else is buried within its impressive walls. 

Fontana di Trevi

This is undeniably one of the most famous fountains in world, and one of the few in Rome not designed by Bernini. The Trevi Fountain was created by Nicola Salvi between 1732 and 1751. Unfortunately, he died before its completion and the work was entrusted to four other artists before it was finally inaugurated in 1762. Immortalised in movies like Roman Holiday, Three Coins in a Fountain and La Dolce Vita, it is something you must see in person to truly apricate. Its beauty, the sheer size of it and the way the water sounds as you approach are things that just can’t be replicated, even on the big screen. Discover the interesting history surrounding the fountain, where its name comes from, who died during its construction, and the correct way to throw your coins in. 

Piazza di Spagna 

The last stop on your tour is the Piazza di Spagna or the square of Spain, considered one of the most beautiful piazzas in Rome. Housing Rome’s fashion district and littered with high end designer stores and boutiques, the square is a must see for any aspiring fashionista. Its charm has drawn visitors for years and the location was once a literary hub as well, attracting a slew of international writers and poets who made it their home. Today, all that remains of this era are a few plaques marking where they lived, the Keats and Shelly memorial house and their old haunt, Antique Café Greco, the second oldest café in Italy. You’ll learn all about the world-famous Spanish Steps, who designed them, why they were built and what they are used for today. View the Column of the Immaculate Conception and fill up your water bottles at a fountain designed by Bernini and his dad.




  • Homemade Tiramisu & Coffee to welcome you
  • Campo de Fiori
  • Navona square
  • Pantheon
  • Trevi Fountain
  • Spanish Steps
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What's Included

  • Homemade Tiramisù & Espresso
  • Guided tour through Rome’s historical center
  • Expert Guide and Information of all the main Sights


  • A chance to stroll Rome at sunset and avoid the daytime crowds
  • Unique experience to witness Rome’s incredible fountains in their lit up, evening glory
  • Knowledgeable guide to lead you through Rome’s most famous monuments
  • Local insights and tips from your friendly guide

Available Languages

  • English
  • Private tour option available in English, Spanish, German, French and Russian. For more Information or/ and inquiries please contact us at


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"Best guided tour that i ever had!"

In a few words, we had the luck to find a guide very passionate about his job. A person with tons of information about cultures, religion, history and arts. His name is Ribal Abighanem. He explained, in detail, every single piece of art or history that we’ve meet along the Vatican tour. It was really a celebration of culture!

Daniel C, May 2017

"Best idea!!"

Thanks to Gabriel our tour guide we had an amazing experience at the Vatican! Was so helpful, kind with a very good English. Thank you Mayan Tours for this opportunity!!

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