Are you ready to explore the wonders of Croatia? Set out on a journey of discovery and adventure with these 11 scenic day trips from Vodice. Whether you’re drawn to the untouched beauty of the Kornati Islands, the thrilling rafting experience on the Cetina River, or the rich history of cities like Šibenik and Split, there’s something for every traveler.
From full-day cruises and kayaking expeditions to explorations of national parks and historical landmarks, these day trips offer a feast for the senses, promising unforgettable memories and a chance to explore Croatia’s diverse landscapes and cultural treasures. Dive into the wonders of Croatia and let your wanderlust be fulfilled.
Kornati Island National Park & Telašćica Nature Park Boat Tour
Highlights of the Trip:
- Full-day cruise to the Kornati Islands National Park and the Telašćica Nature Park
- Magnificent views of the Kornati Islands from the water
- Free time to swim or enjoy short walks at Telašćica Nature Park
- Onboard lunch with a choice of meat, fish, or vegetarian options
- Visit to landmarks such as Our Lady of Tarac Church and Tureta fortress
- Panoramic boat ride between the islands
- Free time on Telašćica salt lake
- Price range from 65 € to 75 € per person.
Embark on an unforgettable journey as you set sail from Vodice on a full-day cruise to the Kornati Islands National Park and the Telašćica Nature Park. This tour, lasting approximately 8 hours and 30 minutes, is a feast for the senses, offering you the chance to explore dozens of islands in a single day, all while enjoying an onboard lunch.
As you glide through the crystal-clear waters, you’ll be treated to magnificent views of the Kornati Islands. The tour also includes free time to swim or enjoy short walks at Telašćica Nature Park, a haven of untouched beauty. The panoramic boat ride between the islands is a highlight, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.
The tour includes a visit to landmarks such as Our Lady of Tarac Church and Tureta Fortress, adding a touch of historical intrigue to your adventure. The tour starts from the port in Vodice, with pickup options from hotel Amadria Park (Solaris) at 8:00 am and from Tribunj at 8:30 am.
This tour is wheelchair and stroller accessible, making it a wonderful experience for the whole family. Most travelers can participate, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the beauty of Croatia’s natural landscapes. The tour requires good weather and a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled due to poor weather or the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.
Your ticket includes lunch, all fees and taxes, and the services of an expert guide. The lunch on the boat offers a choice of meat, fish, or vegetarian options, ensuring there’s something for everyone. The price range for the tour is from 65 € to 75 € per person.
Please note that additional food or drinks on the boat and other personal expenses in Telašćica are not included in the tour price. It’s recommended to bring your swimming suit to make the most of your free time on Telašćica salt lake.
This tour is a beautiful experience that showcases the untouched nature, breathtaking views, and the amazing beauty of the Telašćica nature park. It’s a must-do for anyone visiting Croatia, promising a day filled with adventure, relaxation, and unforgettable memories.
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Krka Waterfalls National Park Boat Tour
Highlights of the Trip:
- Full-day boat trip to Krka National Park
- Magnificent views of Vodice and Šibenik from the water
- Fresh mussels prepared to a traditional Dalmatian recipe
- Ample time to explore, swim, and admire the Skradinski Buk falls
- Guided tour of Krka National Park
- Visit to a Franciscan monastery and several old water mills
- Offered in English, German, and Croatian
- Price range from 70 € to 75 €
Set sail from Vodice on a full-day boat trip to the enchanting Krka National Park. This tour, lasting approximately 8 hours, offers a unique opportunity to explore one of Croatia’s most stunning natural treasures.
As you journey through the coastal city of Šibenik, you’ll be treated to magnificent views of Vodice and Šibenik from the water, creating a picturesque start to your adventure.
One of the highlights of the tour is a stop to snack on fresh mussels prepared to a traditional Dalmatian recipe. This culinary delight is sure to tantalize your taste buds and provide a unique cultural experience. Upon arrival at the park, there’s ample time to explore, swim, and admire the Skradinski Buk Falls, one of the most beautiful cliff waterfalls in Europe.
The tour also includes a guided tour of Krka National Park, offering insights into the park’s rich biodiversity and history. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit a Franciscan monastery and several old water mills, adding a touch of historical charm to your trip.
This tour is wheelchair-accessible and stroller friendly, ensuring that everyone can enjoy the beauty of Krka National Park. The tour is offered in English, German, and Croatian, catering to a wide range of travelers.
The tour requires good weather and a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled due to poor weather or the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.
The price range for the tour is from 70 € to 75 €. An optional upgrade is available for hassle-free pickup from Tribunj or Amadria, adding convenience to your trip.
The peaceful boat ride, the spectacular views, the delicious fresh mussels, and the ample time to explore the park all contribute to making this tour a highly recommended experience. The tour guide and crew are often complimented for their friendliness and helpfulness, ensuring a pleasant and memorable journey.
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Kayaking to the Prvić Island
Highlights of the Trip:
- 4-hour kayaking expedition to the island of Prvić
- Paddling past the islands of Logorun and Tijat
- Several stops for swimming
- Opportunity to explore the island’s peaceful beaches from the sea side
- Suitable for families, young people, and seniors
- Includes guidance, insurance, and refreshments during the trek
- Kayaking equipment and life jackets provided
- Recommended for both solo and group travelers
Set off on a 4-hour kayaking expedition to the island of Prvić, a small gem in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea, nestled in the Šibenik archipelago. Starting from the beach in Vodice, you’ll paddle past the islands of Logorun and Tijat, with several stops along the way for refreshing dips in the crystal-clear waters.
Prvić is a cultural heritage site under the protection of the Croatian Ministry of Culture, known for its traditional stone houses and quiet, picturesque streets. This tour provides an opportunity to explore the island’s peaceful beaches from the sea side and enjoy breathtaking views of the Adriatic Sea.
This tour is suitable for families, young people, and seniors, making it a versatile choice for all ages. It includes guidance, insurance, and refreshments during the trek. Kayaking equipment and life jackets are provided, ensuring your safety and comfort throughout the journey.
Please note that the tour is not recommended for pregnant travelers or those with heart problems or other serious medical conditions. The tour is offered in English, and the price varies between sites. On Viator, the price starts from 55 €, while on HappyToVisit, the price starts from 20 € per person.
The tour requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund. The meeting point for the tour is at Blata 44 Street, Vodice, and it offers a flexible start time.
This trip is perfect for those who are relatively fit, active, and enjoy the outdoors. The tour guide is highly praised for his knowledge of the area, his ability to adapt to the needs and pace of the participants, and his engaging and fun approach.
This tour is described as a fabulous experience, with the island of Prvić being stunning, quaint, interesting, and picturesque. It’s a great way to see a lot of sights, and the guide provides input on all of them. It’s a beautiful kayaking experience with the sea and coastline being beautiful, and seeing the sunset from the water is a unique experience. It’s a nice private trip to a very quiet, beautiful island away from all the hustle and bustle.
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Sunset Sea Private Kayaking in Vodice
Highlights of the Trip:
- Private kayaking tour to witness the Dalmatian sunset
- Approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes of adventure
- Easy coastline paddling to Tribunj and open sea kayaking
- Includes kayak, life jacket, and bottled water
- Price range from 25 € to 35 € per person
Experience the magic of a Dalmatian sunset like never before on this private kayaking tour in Vodice. This unique adventure, lasting approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes, offers the perfect blend of tranquility and challenge, as you paddle along the coastline and out into the open sea to catch the breathtaking sunset.
Starting from Blata 44 Street in Vodice, you’ll embark on an easy coastline paddling journey to the charming locale of Tribunj. From there, you’ll venture out onto the open sea, where the real spectacle begins. As the sun begins to set, painting the sky with hues of orange, pink, and purple, you’ll find yourself in the heart of a truly mesmerizing scene.
The tour is conducted in English, allowing you to learn and hear local stories about the destination, adding an enriching cultural dimension to your adventure. Please note that this tour requires a moderate level of physical fitness and is not wheelchair accessible.
Your safety and comfort are paramount. The tour includes a kayak, life jacket, and bottled water to ensure you’re well-equipped for the journey. The tour requires good weather, and if it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
The price range for this unforgettable experience is from 25 € to 35 € per person. The tour is suitable for those who are at least 18 years old to enjoy a beer, adding a touch of celebration to the end of a perfect day.
This private kayaking tour offers a unique perspective on the Dalmatian sunset, making it an experience not to be missed for any adventurer visiting Vodice.
Trip to the history of Vodice by electric bike
Highlights of the Trip:
- Journey through the history of Vodice
- Visits to historical landmarks including the Church of St Elias the Prophet, an old Roman cistern, the Church of St John, old Roman wells, and the prehistoric settlement of Arauzona
- Suitable for families, young people, and seniors (not available for children under the age of 14 years)
- Easy 22-25 km route
- Includes bike rental, a tour guide, a helmet, and bike water bottles
- Price starts from 21.23 € per person.
Immerse yourself in the rich history of Vodice with a unique and engaging electric bike tour. This journey takes you through the surrounding area of Vodice, where the first settlements were founded in Prehistoric times, offering a fascinating glimpse into the past.
The tour includes visits to several historical landmarks, including the Church of St Elias the Prophet, an old Roman cistern, the Church of St John, old Roman wells, and the prehistoric settlement of Arauzona. Each location offers a unique perspective on the history of Vodice, making this tour a must for history buffs.
Suitable for families, young people, and seniors, this tour is a great way to explore the area. Please note that the tour is not available for children under the age of 14 years, and the maximum number of guests per tour is 15.
The route length is 22-25 km and is considered easy in terms of difficulty, making it accessible for most fitness levels. The estimated time for the tour is between 2h15min – 2h45min, providing plenty of time to soak in the sights and learn about the area’s history.
The meeting point for the tour is at Blata 44, Vodice, with a flexible start time to accommodate your schedule. The tour includes bike rental, a tour guide, a helmet, and bike water bottles, ensuring you have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable ride.
Please note that lunch and wine tasting are not included in the tour price. However, optional lunch or dinner at Tavern Okit plus wine tasting is available for an additional price of around 25 € per person, and tasting of indigenous wines in the winery Birin is available for an additional price of 100 kn per person.
The tour must be booked at least 48 hours before departure and is offered in English. The price for the tour starts from 21.23 € per person.
This tour is not just a bike ride; it’s an amazing historical deep dive that offers exciting paths and valuable historical insights. It’s a fun, informative, and adaptable experience that’s sure to leave you with a deeper appreciation for Vodice.
Rafting on the Cetina River
Highlights of the Trip:
- Full-day rafting adventure on the Cetina River
- Transportation from Šibenik or Vodice to Radmanove Mlinice
- Rafting instructor and full rafting equipment included
- Free time for lunch
- Price for the tour is 99.54 € per person
Experience the thrill of a lifetime with a full-day rafting adventure on the Cetina River. This tour, starting from either Šibenik or Vodice, will transport you to Radmanove Mlinice, located just 5km from Omiš, where your adventure will begin.
The tour duration is approximately 8 hours, with the rafting adventure itself lasting about three hours. The tour is offered in English, ensuring that you’ll be able to fully understand and appreciate the experience.
Upon arrival at Radmanove Mlinice at 9:00 am, you’ll receive short instructions to prepare you for the adventure ahead. The rafting adventure starts at 9:30 am and ends at 12:30 pm, followed by free time for lunch. The tour concludes at 3:30 pm, leaving you with plenty of time to reflect on the day’s excitement.
The tour includes a rafting instructor and full rafting equipment, ensuring your safety and comfort throughout the journey. Please note that lunch is not included in the tour, so you may want to bring your own or plan to purchase it during your free time.
The tour requires a minimum of 4 guests to be organized. If there are not enough bookings, the tour may be canceled one day before. The price for the tour is 99.54 € per person.
For your comfort and safety, it’s recommended to wear comfortable clothes (bathers and T-shirt) and sneakers as there is a walk of approximately 100m along the river bank.
You’re welcome to bring your photo camera with you, as waterproof bags will be provided to protect them. Please note that you’ll need to wear complete equipment (lifejacket and helmet) during the whole rafting trip to ensure your safety in case of turning over or falling out from the boat.
This rafting adventure on the Cetina River is a thrilling experience that combines the excitement of rafting with the beauty of Croatia’s natural landscapes. It’s a must-do for any adventure seeker visiting the area.
Plitvice National Park
Highlights of the Trip:
- Visit to the oldest and largest national park in Croatia
- Seven different routes to tour the lake system and four hiking trails
- View of 16 named and several smaller unnamed lakes
- Bus or car travel options from Vodice
- Strict preservation rules to maintain the park’s pristine condition
- Price range for bus travel from 10 € – 18 €, and for driving from 25 – 40 €
Discover the enchanting beauty of Plitvice Lakes, the oldest and largest national park in Croatia. Covering an area of just under 300 km², the park is a verdant paradise primarily covered in forest vegetation, with smaller areas under grasslands. The most attractive part of the park – the lakes – cover just under 1% of the total park area, yet they offer an experience that is truly larger than life.
The park offers seven different routes to tour the lake system, and four hiking trails, ensuring that every visitor can find a path that suits their preferences and abilities. It is open to visitors year-round, offering a unique experience in every season.
The lake system is comprised of 16 named and several smaller unnamed lakes, cascading one into the next in a mesmerizing display of natural beauty. The twelve lakes forming the Upper Lakes are larger, with more indented and gentler shores than the Lower Lakes.
There are two ways to get from Vodice to Plitvice Lakes National Park: by bus or car. The bus from Vodice to Plitvička Jezera takes approximately 3h 45m and costs between 10 € – 18 €. The bus departs once daily, at 14:05, and arrives at 17:50 the same day. The price for the cheapest one-way adult ticket is 17.20 €.
The quickest way to get from Vodice to Plitvice Lakes National Park is to drive, which costs between 25 – 40 € and takes approximately 2h 8m. The driving distance between Vodice to Plitvice Lakes National Park is 110 miles.
To preserve the pristine nature of the park, collection of plant materials, feeding the animals, swimming in the lakes, and disposal of litter along the trails or elsewhere, except in the garbage bins installed throughout the park, is strictly prohibited.
Visitors are recommended to wear appropriate clothing and footwear, bring adequate rain and sun protection, check the weather forecast before coming to the park, and check the information listed on the website about the length of certain trails to ensure they have enough time to complete the desired tour.
There are no organized trips from Vodice to Plitvice National Park at this time.
Highlights of the Trip:
- Short travel distance from Vodice to Šibenik
- Picturesque location where the Krka River meets the sea
- Two UNESCO-protected monuments: the Cathedral of St. James and the St. Nicholas’ fortress
- Three fortresses offering beautiful views over the city and the St. Anthony’s Channel
- Rich history as the oldest native Croatian town on the Adriatic
- A blend of cultural, historical, and natural attractions
Embark on a short but scenic journey from Vodice to Šibenik, a city rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. The distance between these two destinations is approximately 15 km, making it an easy day trip by bus or car.
If you choose to travel by bus, you’ll find up to 23 departures daily, ensuring flexibility for your travel plans. The journey takes about 20 minutes, with the earliest bus leaving at 05:00 and the latest at 22:40. Bus ticket prices are affordable, ranging from 2 € to 4 € for adults, 1 € to 2 € for children, and 2 € to 3 € for students and pensioners.
Upon arrival in Šibenik, you’ll be greeted by a city that is the administrative, political, economic, and socio-cultural center of Šibenik-Knin County. With a population of 46,332, Šibenik is nestled in a picturesque and indented bay where the Krka River, one of the most beautiful karst rivers in Croatia, meets the sea.
The region is characterized by a Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and dry, mild winters. This makes Šibenik a delightful destination to visit at any time of the year.
Šibenik is renowned for its cultural and historical sights and natural beauties. It is home to two UNESCO-protected monuments – the Cathedral of St. James and the St. Nicholas’ Fortress. Additionally, the city is a gateway to two national parks, Krka and Kornati, offering ample opportunities for nature exploration.
The cityscape of Šibenik is dominated by three fortresses: St. Michael’s, Barone, St. John’s, and the seaside St. Nicholas’. Each offers a beautiful view over the St. Anthony’s Channel and the city of Šibenik, making them must-visit spots for any visitor.
Šibenik’s history is as rich as its landscapes. First mentioned on Christmas in 1066 in a document issued by King Petar Krešimir IV, it is the oldest native Croatian town on the Adriatic. The city started to develop from a settlement at the foot of St. Michael’s Fortress on a steep cliff above the city, gaining city status in 1169.
Over the centuries, Šibenik has seen its share of rulers, from the Venetians in 1412 to the Habsburg Monarchy in 1797. Despite challenges such as wars with the Turks and a devastating plague in the 16th century, Šibenik has persevered and thrived. Today, it is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Croatia, drawing visitors with its blend of history, culture, and natural beauty.
There are no organized trips from Vodice to Šibenik at this time.
Highlights of the Trip:
- Visit to the unique Sea Organ
- Walking tour of Zadar Old Town
- Lunch at Pizzeria Tri Bunara
- Relaxation at Kolovare Beach
- Sunset Boat Tour
- Dinner at Restaurant Bruschetta
- Vibrant nightlife at Arsenal
- Alternative activities include the Museum of Illusions, the Archeological Museum, and the Nin Salt Works and Salt Museum
Take an exciting day trip from Vodice to Zadar, a city rich in history and full of life, situated on the beautiful Adriatic coast of Croatia. The distance between the two cities is about 78 km, and you can travel by car, bus, plane, ship, or train. The bus journey takes about 1 to 1.5 hours, with up to 19 departures daily, making it a convenient option for travelers.
Once you arrive in Zadar, you’ll be greeted by a city known for its Roman and Venetian ruins in the Old Town, unique Sea Organ, and stunning sunsets. Start your exploration with a visit to the Sea Organ, a unique attraction that combines architecture, music, and nature. Open 24 hours with free entry, it’s a must-visit for any traveler.
Next, embark on a walking tour of Zadar Old Town, where you’ll encounter significant landmarks including the Roman Forum, the Church of St. Donatus, and the Cathedral of St. Anastasia. This tour typically lasts about 2 hours and costs around 15 € per person.
For lunch, head to Pizzeria Tri Bunara, the oldest pizzeria in town, where you can enjoy a meal for between 10 € to 20 €. After lunch, unwind at Kolovare Beach, a popular spot known for its clean, clear waters and vibrant atmosphere. Open 24 hours with free entry, it’s the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.
As the day winds down, embark on a Sunset Boat Tour to experience the beauty of Zadar from a different perspective. This 2-hour tour costs approximately 40 € per person and offers an unforgettable view of the city as the sun sets.
For dinner, visit Restaurant Bruschetta, a wonderful restaurant in Zadar that specializes in fresh seafood and meat dishes from the Mediterranean region. After dinner, immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of Zadar’s nightlife at Arsenal, a multi-purpose venue that offers a unique blend of past and present. Open daily from 7:00 am to 4:00 am, it’s the perfect place to end your day.
If you’re looking for alternative activities in Zadar, consider visiting the Museum of Illusions, the Archeological Museum, and the Nin Salt Works and Salt Museum.
There are no organized trips from Vodice to Zadar at this time.
Highlights of the Trip:
- Multiple travel options from Vodice to Split
- Visit to the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace
- Exploration of the Cathedral of St. Domnius
- Tranquil Marjan Hill and its attractions
- Relaxing at Kašjuni Beach
- Bustling Riva Promenade
- Alternative activities like the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments and Froggyland Museum
If you choose to travel by bus, the journey takes between 1 hour 41 minutes to 2 hours 37 minutes, with up to 15 departures daily. The earliest bus leaves at 04:15 and the latest at 21:33. Prices for a one-way adult ticket range from 9 € to 11 €. Children’s tickets range from 4 € to 5 €, student tickets from 7 € to 9 €, and pensioner tickets from 8 € to 9 €.
For a more private and comfortable journey, consider a private transfer. Prices start from 98 € for a standard vehicle (max. 3 passengers), 109 € for a minibus (max. 8 passengers), and 215 € for a people carrier (max. 15 passengers).
Once in Split, you’ll be captivated by the grandeur of the UNESCO-listed Diocletian’s Palace, a fascinating blend of Roman, Medieval, and modern influences. Most of the palace is open 24 hours and it’s free to access parts of it. The Cathedral of St. Domnius, open from 08:00 – 20:00 from June 1 – October 30, is a fusion of ancient pagan, Christian Medieval, and modern heritage.
Escape the city’s hustle and bustle at Marjan Hill, a tranquil oasis spanning 3 km and peaking at 178 meters. Here, you can visit the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments and the Mestrovic Gallery, or simply enjoy the array of beautiful beaches on its borders.
One such beach is Kašjuni Beach, a light pebble, dog-friendly beach on the green Marjan peninsula. It offers more privacy than urban beaches and is equipped with amenities such as parking, a beach bar, showers, changing rooms, public toilets, and a lifeguard.
The Riva Promenade is the pulsating heart of Split. This bustling seafront stretch offers stunning Adriatic views and is filled with restaurants, bars, and shops. Located next to Diocletian’s Palace, it’s a hub of activity and a must-visit.
For those seeking a departure from the conventional sightseeing itinerary, there are alternative activities such as the Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments, Froggyland Museum, and the ancient city of Salona.
There are no organized trips from Vodice to Split at this time.
Highlights of the Trip:
- Scenic journey from Vodice to Omiš by bus or car
- Exploration of the charming Old Town of Omiš
- Visit to the 500-year-old Fortica fortress
- Kayaking and snorkeling adventure on the Cetina River
- Thrilling experience on the Omiš Zipline
Omiš is a town rich in history, culture, and adventure. Whether you choose to travel by bus or car, the journey to Omiš is as scenic as it is straightforward.
The most cost-effective way to reach Omiš from Vodice is by bus, with fares ranging between 15 € and 25 €. The journey takes approximately 2 hours and 42 minutes, offering you a chance to sit back and enjoy the Croatian landscape.
Please note that there is no direct bus from Vodice to Omiš. Services depart from Vodice and arrive at Omiš via Split. The bus services are operated by Autotransport Šibenik and Promet Split. The price for a one-way adult bus ticket is 14 €, with discounted tickets available for children and students.
If you prefer a quicker journey, driving is the fastest way to reach Omiš from Vodice. The trip costs between 20 € and 30 € and takes approximately 1 hour and 33 minutes. The distance between Vodice and Omiš is 51 miles, with a road distance of 80 miles.
Once you arrive in Omiš, a world of exploration awaits. The charming Old Town is a must-visit, with its medieval wall, Renaissance buildings, and narrow streets. Here, you can visit the 10th-century Church of St. Peter and the old gates built under Venetian rule. Discover the history of the Omiš pirates and their alliance with the highlanders of the Poljica Principality. Allow 1-2 hours to fully explore the Old Town.
For those seeking a panoramic view of Dalmatia, the 500-year-old Fortica fortress is a must-visit. Reachable via a 50-minute climb from Vangrad Street, the fortress offers magnificent views and a touch of history. Good footwear and moderate fitness are recommended for the climb. Ascend via the East Trail and descend via the South Trail for the best experience. Allow 3+ hours for this adventure, and expect a ticket price of around 5 €.
For the adventurous, a morning of kayaking and snorkeling on the Cetina River is a must. This experience includes stunning landscapes, wildlife, and snorkeling around an old shipwreck. Suitable for beginners and those not in peak physical shape, this adventure takes 3-4 hours.
Finally, experience the thrill of the Omiš Zipline above the River Cetina Canyon. Suitable for participants aged 7 years and older, with a maximum weight of 140 kg, this adventure includes a harness, training, and return transit from Omiš. The zipline polygon consists of eight steel wires with a total length of 2100 meters. Allow 2 hours for this activity, with a ticket price of around 53 € per person.
There are no organized trips from Vodice to Omiš at this time.
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