Chinchón is a picturesque town located in the Community of Madrid, Spain, known for its charming medieval streets, traditional architecture, and cultural heritage. Famous for its historic Plaza Mayor, which is one of the most unique and scenic squares in Spain, Chinchón attracts visitors with its distinctive circular shape surrounded by traditional three-story buildings with wooden balconies. The town is also recognized for its rich cultural offerings, including the 15th-century Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, featuring a stunning Mudejar-style tower. Chinchón is renowned for its gastronomy, particularly the local specialty, Anís de Chinchón, a traditional anise-flavored liqueur produced in the area. While Chinchón might not have UNESCO World Heritage status itself, its historical charm, well-preserved architecture, and cultural significance contribute to its appeal as a destination for tourists and history enthusiasts exploring the cultural treasures of Spain.