The final destination of this travel conference – or shall we rather call it study tour, as suggested by Clement? – was the old Polish capital, Krakow. A place swarming with tourists, trams (some with messages from the Pope), cultural institutions and quickly gentrifying neighbourhoods. We kicked it off with a visit to Laznia Nova theatre in Nowa Huta, a huge a residencial district built in the 1940s and 1950s as a socialist counterbalance to the historical architecture of downtown Krakow, which most probably eludes most tourists. After an exclusive theatre show we closed the day with some local beers and zapiekanka toasts in the old Jewish neighbourhood, Kazimierz. The second day in Krakow was mostly about Tadeusz Kantor and the brand-new museum dedicated to his work at the river bank, and we also took a long walk uncovering the history of the theatres in the city center. Jan Klata’s hilarious but grotesque King Ubu at the Stary Theatre (actually its studio venue) literally crowned our visit and set the tone for our farewell dinner. The next morning each headed back home: by trains, planes, buses or bikes (me). A rather adventurous trip back home awaited me, which included some 170 km ride and 5 personal trains – don’t even ask. With this last video I also conclude my vlog series on the PACE.V4 travel conference. In the name of the organizing team I would like to thank again to all the participants for joining us and – surviving this hardcore experience. Maybe these two weeks were more about the fast gulping down of theatrical experiences and now we can slowly start digesting them at home.