Some foreign journalists and fans arriving in São Paulo on Monday for the World Cup are being greeted by a travel nightmare.
Amid a strike by metro workers that’s wreaking havoc on the city’s transportation system, there are long taxi lines at both of the city’s two major airports.
Brian Winter, a Reuters reporter, says he waited 140 minutes for a taxi at the city’s new Guarulhos international airport.
Another photo from Guarulhos:
The scene at Congonhas, the city’s other big airport, was just as bad:
The World Cup starts Thursday with Brazil taking on Croatia in São Paulo’s Itaquerão arena, which is in the final stages of completion but still unfinished.
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