Best Shopping

From all the shops and stores in a city, 10Best narrows the options to those places with the most appeal and the best offerings. We deliver a carefully vetted selection to let you explore Québec City shopping on your own. If time is really tight, though, and you don't have the leisure to look through all our offerings, we present our Best Shopping list for Québec City. Here, we distill the best businesses down to a special selection of ten. These places promise a stellar experience and a taste of the city that you just can't miss.

Camellia Sinensis Tea House


Québec's undisputed tea experts. Stop in for a pot of freshly brewed tea and a pastry or slice of cake, and then do a bit of shopping. The selection of teas is truly astounding, hailing from all over the world, and the staff is well educated in...  Read More

Pâtisserie-épicerie fine de Blanchet


In the tradition of the finest European bakeries, De Blanchet uses nothing but natural ingredients in their baked goods – real butter, fresh eggs, cream, real vanilla – and the resulting products are superior because of it. Plain and filled...  Read More



Benjo is a fabulous huge toy store in the Saint-Roch district. Spread out of the 25,000 square feet of space are a restaurant, arts and crafts workshop, party room, more than a dozen specialty toy departments, a place to create your own stuffed...  Read More

Le Rendez-vous du Collectionneur


This is the kind of place hardcore shoppers and collectors love, for it's a veritable treasure trove of knickknacks. You almost need to stop by Le Rendez-Vous regularly, because you never know what unique surprises await you on the cluttered...  Read More

Galerie Brousseau et Brousseau


This contemporary, well-lit gallery showcases the work of a variety of regional and international artists. Of course, it is the Eskimo and Inuit art that normally garners the most attention, with its vivid representations of Artic and sub-Artic...  Read More

Galerie d'Art Royale


Since 1993, the Beauchamp family has had the distinction of being among Québec's most well respected purveyors of new artwork. Their exclusive Place Royale gallery contains well-lit display areas where you'll find acrylics by Algerian Abdullah...  Read More

Vieux Quebec
Sculpteur Flamand


This gallery/studio is housed in a beautiful, white Georgian-style building right in the heart of the unforgettable Petit Champlain. The Quartier does not lack for its share of galleries and boutiques, but Flamand's stands out because he is...  Read More

Les Galeries de la Capitale / Mega Parc


It's a mall! It's an amusement park! It's...both! A shopper's nirvana, Les Galeries has over 250 stores, from major retailers to small independent boutiques. It's got the requisite food court, two multi-screen cinemas, an IMAX theater and plenty...  Read More

Sainte-foy / Sillery
Place Laurier


Boasting about 250 stores and 30 eating establishments, Place Laurier is one of the region's premier shopping destinations. Indeed, statistics show that more than 15 million people browse through its naturally lit, palm tree-lined public spaces...  Read More

Vieux Quebec
Rue du Trésor


A uniquely Québec attraction, Rue du Trésor is a narrow alley between the Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral and the Notre-Dame Basilica where local artists set up each morning, attracting tourists searching for one-of-a-kind souvenirs and art...  Read More