By Public Transport
Public transport links are abundant from both of Rome’s airports, and are usually quicker and certainly far cheaper than taking taxis. If you do take a taxi, make sure you get the fixed airport-city centre fare.
A taxi from Termini Central Station will cost 15-20 Euro during the day, more after 9pm. Alternatively, you could take the Metro to Barberini and walk the rest of the way – it’s about 15 minutes on foot.
Barberini is on the red A line, two stops from Termini in the direction of Battistini. Exit to the right of the station and walk down Via Tritone, past the headquarters of the Il Messaggero newspaper. Turn left onto Via del Corso – the very spine of Rome – then right onto Via del Seminario. Within about 15 minutes total walking time you should reach the Pantheon and you’ll find the Hotel Abruzzi Rome right opposite.