Ce vieux quartier est pleine de choses à voir et à faire. Il y a plusieurs de bâtiments historique, des attractions touristiques, les brasseries et les restaurants, les galeries, les magasins de souvenirs, et beaucoup d'autres boutiques. Parmi les rues les plus célèbrés il y a rue du Trésor, près du Château Frontenac, où se trouve les galeries de beaucoup d'artistes comme Jacques Brousseau et Jean Cencig. Sur les rues St-Jean et St-Paul on peut trouver les boutiques moins touristique. Après ayant fait du shopping, dinez à un des bistros les plus fins du Canada pour éprouver tout ce qui est bon dans Vieux-Québec.
This most beautifully preserved area of Vieux-Québec is also one of the city's cherished shopping districts. Quartier Petit Champlain is certainly heavily thronged to and many establishments cater to the visiting hordes. There are, nonetheless, many unique boutiques to be unearthed. Quebec fashion designers are featured heavily on the rue du Petit-Champlain, including Oclan, Point de Mire, Les Vêteries and Zazou. Numerous art and crafts galleries provide everything from souvenirs to high-end housewares; well-known stores include Brin de folie and the Galerie d'Art Bégin and Pauline Pelletier. High-quality jewelry is on offer at the magnificent Pierre Vives and Louis Perrier Jewelers. The district abounds with cafes and restaurants.
Let the kids run wild with their imagination at this veritable wonderland of toys. Established in 2004, Benjo is widely considered to be one of the best toy stores in the region, with an exhaustive selection that spans numerous genres and age groups. Going beyond the traditional concept of a toy store, the shop has numerous activities to pique the curiosity of children. A ride throughout the store aboard the electric train is a favorite with the young ones. Besides this, there's a restaurant as well as a crafts corner for the kids to unleash their creativity.
Les Galeries de la Capitale, c'est plus qu'un centre commercial. C'est aussi un parc d'amusement intérieur avec, entres autres, montagnes russes, autos tamponneuses, patinoire, plusieurs salles de cinéma et théâtre IMAX. On y trouve plus de 250 magasins, dont des boutiques de mode pour femmes, hommes et enfants, accessoires, bijoux et boutiques spécialisées. Il abrite aussi quelques grandes chaînes québécoises comme San Fransisco, l'Officiel et Simon's, un grand magasin branché et de qualité.
It's no secret that Quebec City, with its long history of fur trade is haven for those in love with fur products, and Les Fourrures Du Vieux-Port is one of its finest purveyors. The family-owned business has been operating for decades now and remains a staple for luxurious fur products. Choose from their extensive collection of coats, jackets, caps and other accessories. For label-enthusiasts, there's a restrained selection of designer fur coats as well. The expansive store, with warm lighting accents makes for a comfortable browse. Check website for more.
This small store in Quebec's Quartier Petit Champlain, is dedicated to showcasing marvelous creations by local sculptor Alain Flamand. Flamand, known for his detailed carvings of wood, has been delighting clients with beautiful wood-carved figurines for over 30 years. Each piece, handcrafted by Alain Flamand himself, has drawn inspirations from various sources: folklore, nature, wildlife, humans and others, but Quebec is the common theme running through all the sculptures.
A myriad of boutiques and specialty stores welcome shoppers to this picturesque street in Montcalm. From trendy fashion boutiques to popular local establishments, the street offers a truly mixed bag and lots of opportunities for unexpected delights. There's a large selection of restaurant and cafes as well to fuel your shopping sojourn. Come evening, the streets get livelier thanks to the numerous watering holes and nightspots.
This beautiful stretch located in Lower Town has a unique old-world charm, with a slew of heritage buildings and monuments. Beyond the historical aspect, Rue Saint-Paul is renowned across the city for housing some of the city's finest antique stores. From the eccentric vintage pieces at Le Rendez-vous du Collectionneur to the fine ceramics at Boutique Privilège Antiquités, the street truly offers everything for antique-enthusiasts. Beyond shopping, the street also offers numerous art galleries and monuments to admire.
This small antique shop on stands out among the others that surround it on Rue St. Paul, where Quebec’s antique district is located, with a notable collection of folk art, especially paintings. Visitors will find a little bit of everything at the store, from fashion accessories, to lamps, crates, collectibles, furniture, instruments, and toys from bygone eras. The street-level room has the most eye-catching items, but the basement is a great place to find a piece of vintage treasure.
For visitors to the city looking to catch up on the happenings back home, this delightful bookstore is the best bet. On offer at Maison de la Presse Internationale, is an extensive choice of international newspapers to keep you updated. Besides this, the store also offers popular local and international magazines as well as a dainty selection of books spanning numerous genres. Standing at the intersection of Rue Saint-Jean and Rue Sainte Angele, the shop is easily recognizable thanks to its navy blue facade.
Housed in a stately building in red and white, Trois Colombes is an excellent place to check out arts and crafts by local artisans. The expansive store offers great diversity, from stone and wood carvings to pottery, traditional clothing and more. The store's collection is sourced from local organizations that work with the artists. Beyond the artistic objects, the store also offers local staples like fur and maple products. An excellent place to pick up arty souvenirs for folks back home.