The northern part of India is probably home to some of the finest destinations of the country. Its hill stations provide respite from the scorching summer heat making them the most visited spots in India. However, there are some places in the north that are quite offbeat and not known to many tourists. One of the best offbeat places to visit in north India is Andretta, a quaint village known for its art and stunning Himalayan backdrop. The place came into prominence when theatre artist Norah Richards moved here from Lahore in the 1920s. Since then, it has been visited by many an artist for its amazing ambiance and artistic collections. The pottery work from Andretta has been admired by many an art lover. In case you are looking for an offbeat place for your next vacation, give Andretta a chance. Here are all the details on how to reach Andretta by road, train and flight. Also Read - Any Coronavirus Patient Spitting On Others Will Now Be Booked For Attempt to Murder in Himachal Pradesh

How to reach Andretta by road

Andretta is located just 13 km away from Palampur, a popular hill station in Himachal Pradesh. The best way to reach Andretta is by road from Palampur. It takes 20-30 minutes to reach Andretta from Palampur. Here is the whole road route to reach Andretta from New Delhi: Also Read - 'Rare Sight': Snow Leopard Spotted in Himachal's Spiti Valley, Video Amazes Netizens | Watch

How to reach Andretta by train

The nearest major railhead from Andretta is Pathankot which is around 90 km away. There is a smaller railway station just 2 km from Andretta called Panchrukhi. However, it is better to reach Pathankot and then take the road to reach Andretta. Also Read - 7th Pay Commission Latest News Today: 5% Dearness Allowance Hike For Himachal Pradesh State Employees

How to reach Andretta by flight

The nearest airport from Andretta is Dharamsala’s Gaggal airport. It is located at a distance of around 40 km from Andretta. There are a number of flights from all major cities like Delhi and Mumbai to Dharamsala.

So, for your next Himachal trip, do something new. Visit the artists’ village of Andretta!