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Getaway this Christmas weekend with Intercity

December 20, 2017 / New Delhi

There is something magical about winters in Delhi NCR. That said, sometimes you just need to get out of the city. With the promise of Christmas and an extra day off this coming weekend, now is the perfect time to get out of town for the long weekend.

With all the fun and merriment to be had within a few hours of the city, it’s well worth it to plan this festive outing before the year comes to a close. So why think twice? Jump in an Intercity and ride to Chandigarh for as low as Rs 2699. Know more here.

Things to do this Christmas

Here are the top 5 experiences for you to enjoy this Christmas season in Chandigarh.

Dance under the winter sun at ChandiGaah festival

On Saturday, 23 December, head to Chandigarh’s biggest festival that promises to be ‘the thing’ this Christmas with a power packed line up gourmet section and top-notch gaahtastic vibes. As they say - Let's get together, live by the sun, feel by the moon & ride by Uber!

Spend the day at a Christmas market

Shop for your family & friends from this first of its kind street market - Carols & Carousels in Parade ground. Inspired by European Christmas markets, this festival has everything to offer - Food, Music & Shopping.

Indulge in some Christmas Eggnog & lots more

The sweet celebration of Christmas amiss without indulgence into luscious, toothsome, mouthwatering rum cakes, puddings & eggnog. Head to Monica’s & relish the flavors of European Cakes, patisserie, cookies & breads.

Midnight mass celebration at Sector 19 Church

Head to Sector 19 to celebrate Christmas at the city’s most famous Church - Christ The King Cathedral. The church is fully decked up for the Christmas Eve & the colorful stalls outside the church make it a lively affair.

Snowy Christmas in Kufri

Kufri is one of the few places in the region that offer a snowy white Christmas. With easy road access and backdrop of snow-covered peaks, it’s a destination in its own right but a Kufri Christmas promises to be special indeed with a fair amount of options for everyone.