Quebec offers its residents many advantages, but it's not exactly cheap. That's why so many people in Quebec venture outside the province to do their seasonal shopping.\nNew Hampshire is an especially popular shopping destination. The New England state has no sales tax and, thus, attracts crowds of weekend shoppers from the neighbouring, tax-heavy states of Massachusetts and Maine. Quebeckers, too, make their way south to the "Granite State" to load up on cheap goods.\nListed below are 6 outlet malls in the sales-tax free state that are totally worth a day trip for Montrealers. All of these involve a voyage through the White Mountains National Forest and past several quaint colonial villages. The malls and outlets present the perfect opportunity to plan a New England excursion.\nALSO READ: The Most Expensive Home For Sale In Every Province In Canada\nTL;DR These outlet malls in the sales-tax free state of New Hampshire are totally worth a day trip for Montrealers. Below each entry are links to travel information.\nView this post on Instagram Loving this cute & stylish outfit for a night out with the girls or a date night with the hubby! 😍 #Francescas #style #trends #shopping #mallofnh #foundatsimon A post shared by Mall of New Hampshire (@shopmallofnh) on Aug 26, 2018 at 8:00am PDT\nThe Mall of New Hampshire\nThe Mall of New Hampshire is a four-hour drive from downtown Montreal. There are over 60 outlets to shop in the sprawling complex.\nCheck it out here!\nTanger Outlets, Tilton\nThe Tilton Tanger Outlets are my personal favourite on this list. The enormous outdoor mall includes dozens of storefronts, most of which have perpetual sales.\nThe outlets are four hours from Montreal by car.\nCheck them out here!\nView this post on Instagram #Repost @newburycomicsnashua with @repostapp ・・・ You've only got a few days left to swing by and take advantage of the buy two get one free sale on all #manga A post shared by Pheasant Lane Mall (@pheasantlnmall) on Feb 28, 2017 at 10:40am PST\nPheasant Lane Mall\nThe Pheasant Lane Mall includes popular American department stores, but its greatest attraction might be its food selection: Red Robin and Auntie Anne's Pretzels are definitely the most popular. There's also a Dunkin' Donuts for us DD-less people in Quebec.\nThe mall is a 4.5 hour drive from Montreal.\nCheck it out here!\nMerrimack Premium Outlets\nThe Merimack Outlets are also a 4.5 hour drive from Montreal and have a Disney outlet. Enough said.\nCheck it out here!\nView this post on Instagram TGIF. Winter hours are here, stores are open 10am-8pm Friday & Saturdays. #seenatsettlers #shopeveryavenue A post shared by Settlers Green (@settlersgreen) on Jan 4, 2019 at 1:36pm PST\nSettlers' Green\nSettlers' Green is another outdoor mall at the foot of the White Mountains, just under four hours from Montreal. It hosts regular festivals and special events so might be worth a trip on a long weekend.\nCheck it out here!\nL.L.Bean Factory Outlets\nL.L.Bean is a famous New England-based retailer that sells everything from high-quality outdoor gear, to leisure clothing, to cute little trinkets. The tax-free outlets in New Hampshire are especially popular.\nThere are three locations. The closest outlet is less than four hours from Montreal.\nCheck it out here!\nHappy shopping!