When the Christmas season is around the corner, things just seem to be more lively, captivating and a lot more fun on the whole. This is true for almost every festival that we celebrate in India 'cause we love it when things are all festive and everyone is getting into the mood.

The malls, streets and lanes are all decked with boughs of holly for one of our favourite festivals. If you're having a tough time getting into the Santa Spirit, then we would suggest that you take a break from your everyday life and partake in some of these super Christmassy things in Delhi.

Christmas Eve Mass at Vatican Embassy Chapel

Nothing says Christmas like carols. At the Mass in the Vatican Embassy Chapel, you get the feel of an otherworldly Christmas celebration. The best part is that everything here seems so pure and untainted that you can't help but let loose and allow the festivities to just wash over you.

Pay a visit and be mesmerized by the traditional Roman Style of celebrating this festival. The chapel is beautifully decorated, which just adds to the festive mood.

When: December 24

Hyatt Regency Christmas Carnival

Hyatt's Christmas carnival is the biggest one in Delhi and if you're even a little bit interested in Christmas, then you've got to be here. Complete with roasts, punches, some eye catching decorations, and of course, a Christmas Tree, the place exudes the spirit of festivity like nothing else.

They also have recreations of the Nativity and other age old Roman traditions, which are certainly a delight to watch and surely the perfect way to get into the festivity.

When: December 22

Christmas Shop Hopping

If you're looking for shopping, then there are a few places that are simply amazing during the winters. We would suggest that you head over to Saket, Khan Market or Vasant Kunj if you want to get a feel of the festive spirit and shop for some gifts.

These markets are lit up and immensely decorated, making for some really cool insta worthy pictures. The vibes here are all completely chill, so you can be care free while you shop for your favourite stuff.

Evil Santa Party at Lord of the Drinks

Lord of the Drinks at CP takes a departure from the usual celebrations and puts a slightly evil twist on the festival. To make your Christmas spooky and exciting, the evil Santa Party features fun-filled activities and competitions such as candy corner, photo booth, best-dressed competition and much more. The event is surely one of the more intriguing ways to celebrate Christmas. Though the theme will be Christmas based, the vibe of the place will be unlike any other festive party!

When: December 23 to 25

Traditional Christmas Roast at Olive Bar and Kitchen

If you're a foodie and just want to have a good roast meal, then we've found something for you too. During the winters, the foodies all around the world have a field day. At the Olive Bar and Kitchen, you can indulge in the most authentic, traditional Christmas roast. The best part? The drinks are on the house!

When: December 25

Knock Knock

Well, folks, there you have it. During the Christmas season, everything just has a charm and a gaiety of its own. If you're having a hard time getting in the festive mood, head over to any one of these places and marvel at the spirit of Christmas.

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