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Toronto Airport - YYZ intro. The city of Toronto is well known for its vast amount of comedy clubs and theatres, largely concentrated within the Distillery District, which often hosts annual festivals. Many Toronto hotels are located within close proximity to the city’s main airport. Toronto Airport, better known by its full name, Pearson International Airport, is Canada’s busiest, serving over 30 million passengers annually. The majority of flights at the airport serve North American, Caribbean and Central American destinations, while cities in Europe, South America and Asia are also served. Buses and taxis provide transport into the city centre, where visitors can enjoy sights such as the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma and Toronto Zoo. Visitors with kids will want to make a trip to the Black Creek Pioneer Village to see how life in the city looked during the 19th century. For a break from city life, take a ferry to the Toronto Islands and kick back with some amusements at Centreville.