Six Christmas markets to see in the greater Quebec City region

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Six Christmas markets to see in the greater Quebec City region

Christmas markets put visitors in the holiday spirit.

The season of Christmas markets are in full swing in the Capitale-Nationale region. Overview of six of them.

Merchants welcome customers until December 23, from Thursday to Sunday (except Christmas week when they are in business from Wednesday to Friday). Kiosks have been set up in Place D'Armes, Place D'Youville, Rue Sainte-Anne, in the gardens of the Hôtel-de-Ville and on a new site this year, at the foot of the Château Frontenac.

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Only a few hours left to enjoy the Île d'Orléans Christmas market. Inaugurated on Friday, it ends on Sunday. Located in the Félix-Leclerc heritage space, it is 100% local.

The Baie-Saint-Paul Christmas market is open every day until December 11, place de l'Église. It brings together some forty exhibitors, some of whom accept payment in chouennes, the Charlevois currency.

You can always find happiness at a Christmas market, including what you don't need, but which feels good.

At the church and the library Félicité- Angers, the Neuville Christmas market will span two sites. It will open on December 10 and close the next day. The spotlight will be given to food products, mainly from Neuvillais and Portneuvois.

Agri-food producers and processors will be gathered in the rue de l'Église. The craftsmen will settle in the Old Presbytery. One day only to shop, namely December 10.

There will be something for everyone and for all tastes at the Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury Christmas Market presented this weekend and the next. It will be held in the presbytery barn and outside. More than fifty vendors will be on site.

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