What’s the best route from Albuquerque to San Antonio?

I need to go to a wedding in San Antonio in July, and I want to drive from Albuquerque. Which route should I plan to take?

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on May 27, 2022
The best route from Albuquerque to San Antonio will require the use of four major highways:
  1. US Hwy 285 S
  2. US-380 E
  3. US-87 S
  4. I-10 E
If you take this route, you’ll arrive in San Antonio after about 10 hours and 40 minutes of driving. If you’ll be driving with someone, you can make this trip in one day, but if you’re making the trip alone, it’s best to stop overnight. One possibility is to stop in Brownfield, Texas, which is the halfway point between the two cities.
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