Surrender to the magic of Québec City's picturesque neighbourhoods and bustling shopping streets. Wherever you go, summer or winter, you'll discover enchantment at every turn.

The Old City


  • Rue Saint-Jean, Côte de la Fabrique, and Côte De Buade for fashion and souvenirs
  • Rue Saint-Paul, for antiques
  • Rue du Trésor, a real open-air art gallery featuring charcoal drawings, watercoulors, and oil paintings
  • Rue Saint-Louis, for its European flair


Parliament Hill

The celebrated Grande Allée is known far and wide for its great restaurants, sidewalk cafés, trendy bars, and storied nightlife.

Petit-Champlain District

Rue du Petit-Champlain, the oldest shopping street in North America, is lined with art galleries, craft shops, and designer boutiques.

Saint-Roch District

Rue Saint-Joseph features one-of-a-kind shops known for their leading-edge concepts, design, and architecture.

Faubourg Saint-Jean

You'll fall in love with rue Saint-Jean and its gourmet shops, bookstores, record stores, artisans, and fashion boutiques of every stripe.

Montcalm District

Ave. Cartier is known for its diversity with over 100 stores and business, including more than 20 restaurants and bars as well as gourmet shops, trendy boutiques, and health and beauty services.

Borough of Sillery

Rue Maguire has specialty boutiques, great food shops, and friendly sidewalk restaurants.

Old Limoilou

The neighbourly feel of 3rd Avenue really stands out. Locals shop with a bag on their shoulders, stopping for a chat on their way to grocery stores, specialty shops, restaurants, cafés, and bars.


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