San Antonio Metro Map
Don’t try to make sense of it – this is a just-for-fun, ridiculously insane, completely nonsensical, subway map for Las Vegas (but if someone ever built it we’d be first in line to ride!)
- Available in three sizes
- Printed on 185gsm semi gloss poster paper
- Includes a 3/16 inch (5mm) white border to assist in framing
- See full description below
About the San Antonio Metro
Don’t try to make sense of this San Antonio subway map. It’s just for fun.
San Antonio, Texas doesn't have a subway system, but if it did it might look like this. With a population over 2.5MM, San Antonio is the 35th largest metro (and one of the fastest growing) in the U.S. Popular stops on this San Antonio "subway" map include tourist destinations such as The Alamo, San Antonio Zoo, The Pearl District, and the famous Riverwalk in downtown San Antonio.
Flying into San Antonio for a trade show or event? The Orange line provides a direct rail connection between San Antonio International Airport and the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center at HemisFair Park. Don’t forget to stop at The Alamo along the way.
Afterwards continue on to King William Historic District, La Villita or Southtown for some culture and entertainment. Transfer to the Red line to visit Market Square (a.k.a. El Mercado), SeaWorld or Splashtown theme parks. Or hop on the Yellow line to get your thrills at Six Flags Fiesta Texas. The San Antonio subway also provides quick access to:
San Antonio Museums
- The DoSeum
- Witte Museum
- McNay Art Museum
San Antonio Colleges
- University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA)
- Northwest Vista College
- St. Phillip’s College
- Our Lady of the Lake University
- Texas A&M University-San Antonio
San Antonio Neighborhoods and Suburbs
- Balcones Heights
- Brooks City Base
- Mission San José
- St. Mary’s Gateway
- Palm Heights
- Monte Vista
- Terrell Hills
- Live Oaks
- Universal City
- China Grove
And many more!