Quebec City

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With the Canadian dollar back down to around $0.80 on the U.S. dollar, it’s safe to shop again in Quebec City. And it’s a good thing, too, because the capital overflows with small, quaint shops, specialty stores, and boutiques. Pick up arts and crafts, design items, gourmet foodstuffs, and the latest fashions for style-conscious types of all ages. Don’t leave without picking up a few maple products (syrup, sugar candies, and maple wood souvenirs).

Shopping in Quebec City

Boutique Oclan

One of the few fashionista-friendly shops in the charming Petit-Champlain district, it stocks such brands as J.Lindeberg and Miss Sixty, as well as local designers Myco Anna and Philippe Dubuc

671/2 Rue du Petit-Champlain, QC, 418-692-1214, www.fucklamode.com
Tags: shopping | trendy | designer

Centre Materia

Located in the lobby of the Maison des métiers d’art, a ceramics, sculpture and textile design school, this contemporary gallery features local and international artists both in its exhibition hall and boutique.

395 Charest East Blvd., QC, 418-524-0354, www.centremateria.com (French only)
Tags: shopping | gallery | home | eclectic

Choco-Musée Erico

You don’t have to be a child to enjoy a visit to this chocolate museum and boutique. Selling a variety of dark, milk, and white chocolates, it also offers information on chocolate and wine pairing, and fair trade cocoa.

634 Rue St. Jean, QC, 418-524-2122, www.chocomusee.com
Tags: shopping | editor pick | souvenirs | culinary

La Maison Darlington

This purveyor of wool and cashmere for men and women is housed in a picturesque antique home. Find knits by Burberry, Ballantyne, Geiger, as well as local artisans here.

7 Rue de Buade, QC, 418-692-2268
Tags: shopping | expensive | menswear

Mountain Equipment Co-op

Kit yourself out for a hiking daytrip at this member-owned cooperative. Tent, kayak, ski, mountaineering gear and more are also available to rent.

405 rue Saint-Joseph Est., QC, 418-522-8884, www.mec.ca
Tags: shopping | moderate | sports

Place Ste-Foy

This mall houses the upscale department stores Holt Renfrew and Les Ailes de la Mode, as well as GUESS?, Lacoste and Parasuco boutiques.

2452 Laurier Blvd., QC, 418-653-4184, www.placestefoyshopping.com
Tags: shopping | expensive | shopping mall | designer

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