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While in Quebec, don't miss Le Marché du Vieux-Port, this open air market located within the Old Port Market. It is open every day of the week. The products on sale are all grown by locals. Everything from fruit and vegetables to cheese and bread are fresh from the farm. And even if you do not buy, you can always taste these, the vendors are ever obliging.
With the freshest produce and delectable food options, this summer market in Sainte-Foy is a sight to behold. Housed in a bright yellow pavilion, this farmers' market offers the season's finest bounty. The market runs from May to October and attracts gourmet food enthusiasts across the town. Besides shopping, you can sample some delectable food preparations at the numerous stalls on site. Regular food-related activities like cooking classes keeps things interesting.
Spanning 13471 square meters (145,000 square feet), Marche Jean-Talon is one of the biggest markets in the city. From clothing and accessories to home decor and antiques, there's tons of stuff to peruse, and the offerings are practically unending. Running Thursday through Sunday, the colorful flea market offers great discounts and attracts shoppers from all corners of the city. The public market offers the freshest produce from the region, and is a regular haunt of gourmet-enthusiasts. There's an array of restaurants as well as a bar to unwind after an exciting shopping spree. The on-site bingo-hall operates throughout the week.