Shopping Malls and Centers

Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Québec City's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Les Galeries de la Capitale / Mega Parc or Vieux Quebec. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.



Transformed from a once unsightly industrial area, St. Roch attracts many creative types, who've filled the district's old buildings with art galleries and stylish shops. The neighborhood is also home to one of the city's finest cathedrals, the...  Read More

Fairmont Les Boutiques du Château


Frontenac's first-rate boutique area boasts everything you may need on a business or pleasure trip with trendy and conservative dress shops like Roots, La Maison Couturier, and La Boutique Canadian Pacifique. If you've a gift item on your mind,...  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 de la Cité


Boasting about 100 first-class boutiques and restaurants, this ultra-modern, nine-level mall is one of the area's most popular shopping destinations, especially with locals. For leisure enthusiasts, Place de la Cité also offers a haven of sorts...  Read More

Place Fleur de Lys


This enormous shopping center, located in the Upper Town area, is a veritable shopper's paradise. With more than 125 stores, including such anchors as Zellers, La Baie, Sears and Maxi, Fleur de Lys is bound to have whatever you're looking for....  Read More

Sainte-foy / Sillery


In keeping with the motto "Fashion tailored to your pleasure," Place Sainte-Foy offers a wide range of shopping options for the entire family. Anchor stores include Simons, Herren Mode, Talbots and Holt Renfrew. In addition, you'll find more...  Read More

Quartier Petit-Champlain


The historic Quartier Petit-Champlain, which lies in the shadow of Le Château Frontenac, is a-bustle with activity year-round. Rue du Petit-Champlain, North America's first commercial street, offers a wonderful cornucopia of quaint little...  Read More

Vieux Quebec
Rue St-Paul


This historic stretch of Québec dates back to 1816, when the area was developed on the wharfs of the Saint-Charles River. The buildings along Rue Saint-Paul aren't quite as old as the district itself, though, because in 1906 the road was...  Read More

Vieux Quebec
Rue St-Louis


First-timers to Québec City adore this fascinating walk through time. Beginning at the Place d'Armes and proceeding all the way to the city gates, Rue Saint-Louis offers a variety of boutiques, galleries, restaurants and cafés. The buildings...  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