If markets can be a good way to get to know a culture, the Marché du Vieux Port meets all the requirements to do so. It's next to the port where large ships sail along the river Saint Laurent. Their products seem the most genuine and typical cuisine and cuisine of Quebec such as corn on the cobs and blueberries, not to mention the blueberry pies or the chocolate crepes. Also worth trying is the honey and apples which have a wide variety in the region of Quebec. There's also a stand that offers over 200 varieties of beer which are all locally produced.