1600 rue Bouvier
Quebec, QC G2K 1N8
Phone: (418) 622-4244
Fax: (418) 622-4067
1600 rue Bouvier, Quebec, QC, CA, G2K 1N8
- Phone: (418) 622-4244
- Fax: (418) 622-4067
Galeries de la Capitale is more than just a shopping mall, it is also an indoor amusement park with, among other things, a roller-coaster, bumper cars, a skating rink and IMAX Le Theatre. Over 250 stores feature a variety of women's, men's and children's clothing, accessories and jewelry. The mall is home to a few Quebec chains, too, like San Francisco, l'Officiel and Simon's, an upscale, trendy department store.
A local shop selling fresh produce, Fruiterie 440 is located in the Les Rivières borough of Quebec City. With a variety of fresh fruits and vegetable at your disposal, this little market sells everything that is locally grown in the season. Right from home-grown oranges and grapes, to fresh broccoli and zucchini, you will find everything here. A perfect place for locals to shop, Fruiterie 440 is filled with customers throughout the weekend.
A local supermarket chain, Maxi features everything from grocery and toiletries to daily essentials. At cheap prices, the products available at Maxi maintain good quality and standards. This particular store of Maxi's is located at Wilfrid-Hamel Boulevard in the Les Rivières borough, and mostly sees locals shopping for errands.
A mighty toy store, Passe-Temps 3000 has the largest collection of toy cars, hobby items and collectibles. Located in the Centre Commercial Place Fleur de Lys, it lies in the Vanier neighborhood of Quebec City. A great place to buy some gifts for the toddlers, Passe-Temps 3000 also has something for the elders. Small gadgets and electronics that would fancy all ages are also stocked up here. Drop by to have a look at their massive collection, and you could end up picking more that you would actually need. The collection here is huge, while the prices are suitable for everyone's pocket.
Located at a short distance from downtown Quebec, Place Fleur de Lys is one of the largest malls across the entire city and is certainly a one-stop shop for all your shopping needs. With over two hundred stores within its premises, this shopping center has outlets of brands such as Kamasutra, Urban Planet, Normandin, Ardene, La Senza, Naturalizer, Unic, Pamela, Uniglobe Voyages Lachane and Reitmans, among several others. They have a vast food court as well, where you can catch a break in between all the shopping.
A chain of supermarkets, this IGA store is located in the Vanier area of Quebec City. Typical of its kind, it stocks up everything from fresh groceries and seafood to bakery products and microbrewery. Open from 8a to 10p daily, it is frequented mostly by the locals of this neighborhood.
A massive departmental store, Acces Electronique is known to stock up the best, in the world of electronics and technology. Located at Boulevard Charest Ouest, it lies in the Montcalm neighborhood of Quebec City. With a huge space, the store features everything from home appliances like TV, refrigerator, washing machine and microwave to gadgets like cell phones, tablets, laptops and music systems. Drop by at their store to check out the latest collection, or simply log on to their website to do online shopping.
Chocolats Favoris was established in 1979 in Levis, and is considered to be one of the finest chocolatiers in Quebec. Occupying a beautiful period villa, the location in Charlesbourg offers some of the finest selection of artisanal handmade chocolates around. From classic milk and dark chocolates to surprising flavored varieties, the shop has something for every kind of sweet-tooth. Their chocolate-covered ice-creams are a rage among kids and should not be missed. The site also has facilities for hosting birthday parties. Check website for more.
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. Check website for more.
Provigo is chain of supermarkets, that is known to stock up the best quality of produce, daily essentials et al. This particular store is located at Avenue Myrand in the Ste-Foy neighborhood of Quebec City and has services like fresh meat counter, liquor store, patisserie, sushi bar and bakery. Fresh fruits, vegetables and other grocery items remain available throughout the day.
A chain of wine shops, SAQ is a favorite among the wine connoisseurs of Canada. This particular store located at Boulevard Charest Ouest, lies in close proximity to downtown Quebec City. With a range of wines brands and varieties, the shop houses everything that is expensive as well as cheap. Stop by, to pick up the favorite spirit of your choice, or order online from their website.
A supermarket chain, Metro is located in downtown Quebec City. Just like any other mega mart, this one too has everything from a safety pin, to fresh produce of vegetables and meat. Crowded with locals, Metro is the one stop shop, for everyone in the neighborhood.