Choroszcz [ˈxɔrɔʂt͡ʂ] is a town in north-eastern Poland.
It is situated in the Podlaskie Voivodeship (since 1999), having previously been in Białystok Voivodeship (1975-1998) (1975–1998).
The palace in Choroszcz was the summer residence of the noble Branicki family, and is now part of the Museum of Polish Interiors.
The main streets
PL:Powstania Styczniowego EN - January Uprising
PL:Aleja Niepodległości EN - Independence avenue
Roads in Choroszcz:
E 67 Helsinki – Kaunas – Warsaw – Praga,
S 8 Kudowa-Zdrój - Wrocław - Warsaw - Białystok - Suwałki - Budzisko,In the municipality operates information for drivers: roads, restaurants, hotels i impediment in the way. For information, see here Attention! The map is under construction
For Choroszcz Take Bus 103 from the center of Białystok. Choroszcz is located 6 km from the borders of Bialystok.
Cost of ticket:
-reduced (for students)
-1 zone : 1,40pln | ~0,35 €
-2 zone : 1,20pln | ~0,30 €
- 1+2 : 2,60pln | ~0,75 €
-1 zone : 2,80pln | ~0,65 €
-2 zone : 2,40pln | ~0,60 €
- 1+2 : 5,20pln | ~1,25 €
Zone 1 - Białystok
Zone 2 - Municipality Choroszcz
Kindergarten of Pope John Paul II
Primary school of Henryk Sienkiewicz
Gymnasium of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński
The football club in Choroszcz it Narew Choroszcz occurring in the competition organized by the Podlaski Football Association - is the current Senior Class in the District. There are 3 teams that occur every day in the municipal league competitions: LZS Choroszcz, Choroszcz Rajkom and Lambada.