Driving there now might not be a good idea at this time of year.
I would advise winter tyres as someone else I think suggested already.
Summer time is much easier, it gets fairly hot here.
I have read booking a holiday online without a UK passport sends some sites into a spin, I have an Irish passport
I also have an Irish passport and it is absolutely no problem.
They are probably British travel agency sites and therefore you might just be a round peg in a square hole in their system.
It happens often with computer programs designed for the natives of Britain.
I will be in London next week and book something in a travel agent there.
You can find inexpensive plane tickets on line ranging from 40 Euros (if you are very lucky) to 150 Euros return (if you are not so lucky) return.
There are a whole host of low cost airlines to various parts of Poland.
if I have any more questions do I just add to this thread one or add to an existing thread, say the SeanB's kracow thread ?
Well the idea is to add to existing threads, if your query is relevant to the title and first post.
Therefore the next person looking for information can find all the relevant info in the one place.
If by chance you do not see a relevant thread, you start a new post.
It may take a while for someone to reply.
This is my first and only forum, it took me a while to get to know the ropes.
is it possible or pleasant to walk from Krakow to Myślenice ? I like urban walking.
The walk from Krakow to Myślenice is a rural one, it is about 35 Kilometres along the zakopanska dual carriage way.
But there are probably nicer alternative routes. (bus costs 1 Euro).
For Urban walks I recommend Krakow and Nowa Huta, both very interesting and different from each other.
(Nowa Huta is a communist built satellite city built around a steal works factory, so industrial communist and interesting)