A semi-luxury trip for the long August weekend offered by IRCTC

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The long weekend of August is almost here and everyone must be planning something or the other for it. So before you think of something else there comes is a good news for all those who want to make the best of their weekend in this amazing weather. The Indian Railway Catering and Touring Corporation (IRCTC) has planned a semi-luxury train tour for passengers from Delhi which will begin its journey from Safdarjung station to iconic places of Rajasthan including destinations  Udaipur-Chittorgarh-Mount Abu-Ajmer-Pushkar

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The all inclusive package of four nights and five days includes quality food, travel outside railway by air conditioned vehicles, security arrangements and housekeeping along with escorts throughout the trip. This is an especially designed tourist train which will also have a mid-segment air-conditioned dining car where passengers can interact with others while having dinner.

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And guess what all this comes at really affordable prices. The package being divided in two categories (I AC and II AC) priced at an affordable rate of Rs 29,000 for II AC and 35,000 for I AC. IRCTC is also offering an “early bird” discount to the first 25 bookings as well as discounts for groups.

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Don’t you think this is a really great opportunity given by IRCTC for all those wanting to go out on an affordable vacation. If you are looking forward to it then contact 9717649209, 9717640463 or mail at tourismr&d@irctc.com or visit www.irctctourism.com

Wish you have a wonderful holiday!:)

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