Quebec is not the kind of city that you travel thinking
about doing a lot of shopping, but the truth is that the
place has so many nice stores that doing a little
shopping or another ends up entering the itinerary too.
Travel souvenirs with the fleur-de-lis, which bears the
province's flag, are everywhere and if you want to buy
an object that symbolizes the city or Quebec, they will
be a good option.
Old Quebec is the
most visited area for tourists and there are many great
shops to shop. There are, as in any other city, stores
of various products: clothes, shoes, souvenirs, books,
decorative objects, etc. For those who have little cold
clothes, a trip to the city, where the winter is very
cold, can be a good opportunity to acquire them.
Promotions generally take place during seasonal change
periods, so check store windows for offers. If you are interested in retro style items, just visit
InternetAges where you can find vintage mirrors.
Just walk through the old streets of the city and you
will find yourself surrounded by many cool shops to
shop, however the trade is mainly concentrated on
streets such as St-Jean,
St-Paul street and in the surroundings on Rue
du Petit-Champlain - walk around this
region and you will find many different products and
stores of all kinds. In Old Quebec, there is a branch of
Maison Simons, a department store with
products of all kinds - it is worth visiting to do some
Close to the center, Saint-Roch is a
good place for shopping, especially for local and more
hip brands. It is a great place to visit shops of small
merchants and with different products.
A little further from the center, an excellent place
to shop is the St Foy area. In this area, you will find
excellent shopping centers, side by side:
Laurier Quebec, Place de la Cité
and Place Ste-Foy. In these malls,
there are stores like Apple, Sephora, Best Buy, Walmart
and Sports Experts (great for buying
winter goods). It is an excellent place for all kinds of
shopping, from clothes to electronics!
Prices in Canada are not a bargain, but there are
certainly products that you can find at better prices
than in Brazil. Our tip is to always convert the
currency and see if it is really worth purchasing the