Italian fashion and food should be the key themes for Parma's visitors. The city centre is full of fashion boutiques (the most important shopping streets are: via Garibaldi, Strada della Repubblica, via Cavour, via Mazzini and via Massimo D'Azeglio) where you can buy clothes, leather goods and stylish shoes. The famous La Ghiaia Market is also worth a visit. Fashion-addicts should go to The Fidenza Village,30 minutes drive from Parma, where they will find discounted clothes, shoes, bags and accessories from the top stylists' past collections. For food there are many shops where you can find not only Parma ham and Parmesan cheese but also an impressive variety of salted pork meats (try culatello and Felino salami), pastas and wines. In many pastry shops you can pick up the typical Parma cake called the Duchessa Maria Luigia and sweeties called violette di Parma (violets of Parma). Violetta di Parma is also the name of the essence made in honour of the Duchess Maria Luigia. The oldest perfumery of the city is Color Viola, via Repubblica, 2. Parma has also a district of antiques shops and art galleries which is located along Strada Farini, via XXII luglio and Strada della Repubblica.