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The beautiful east Alpine country of Austria is one of the prettiest in Central Europe. Use our Austria itinerary 7 days to plan your trip in an easy way and make the most of your visit. 

Austria Itinerary 7 days: Cities, castles & landscapes

7 days in Austria Itinerary

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7 days in Austria itinerary: A snapshot

Other Europe Austria Itinerary ideas: 

2 weeks Austria itinerary

  • Day 1: Arrive in Vienna. Stay in Vienna for 3 days
  • Day 2: Explore Vienna
  • Day 3: Wachau + Lower Danube Valley
  • Day 4: Travel to Graz. Spend 2 days
  • Day 5: Explore Graz and nearby areas
  • Day 6: Travel to Salzburg. Stay in Salzburg for 3-4 days
  • Day 7: Explore Salzburg. 
  • Day 8: Salzburg to Hallstatt 
  • Day 9: Spend a day exploring the Salzkammergut region
  • Day 10: Salzburg to Innsbruck. Stay in Innsbruck for 3 days
  • Day 11 – 12: Explore Innsbruck 
  • Day 13: Day trip to Achensee, known as the ‘fjords of the Alps’
  • Day 14: Travel back to Vienna or Salzburg with a stop at the medieval town of Kufstein

Germany, Austria itinerary 7 days

  • Day 1: Arrive in Vienna. Stay in Vienna for 3 days
  • Day 2: Explore Vienna
  • Day 3: Wachau + Lower Danube Valley
  • Day 4: Travel to Salzburg. Stay in Salzburg for 2 days
  • Day 5: Explore Salzburg. 
  • Day 6: Salzburg to Munich (2 hr train ride). Stay in Munich for 2 days
  • Day 7: Munich Germany

Switzerland Austria itinerary 7 days

  • Day 1: Arrive in Vienna. Stay in Vienna for 3 days
  • Day 2: Explore Vienna
  • Day 3: Wachau + Lower Danube Valley
  • Day 4: Travel to Zurich from Vienna (train ride is 7+ hours)
  • Day 5: Explore Zurich. Stay in Zurich for 3-4 days
  • Day 6: Zurich to Bern day trip
  • Day 7: Zurich to Lucerne day trip

Austria Itinerary 5 days

Planning a trip to Austria in 7 days: Arrival and other travel tips

map of Austria
Map of Austria: Austria travel guide

Austria Quick Facts:

  • Capital city: Vienna 
  • Currency: Euro
  • Tourist Visa: Schengen
  • Language: German, but English is spoken

Located in Central Europe, and bordering Czech Republic (north), Slovakia (NE), Hungary (east), Slovenia and Italy (south), Switzerland and Liechtenstein (west), and Germany (NW), Austria is a landlocked country.

It’s official language is German, and has a lot of Bavarian influences. Austria is an European Union member, and uses Euro as their currency. 

Getting to Austria

Vienna is the capital city of Austria, and this is the perfect destination to kickstart your 7 day itinerary. Vienna is served by the Vienna International Airport, located about 18 km (11.18 miles) away from the city centre.  

Vienna inner city
Traveling to Austria

Buses are an affordable way to get to the centre from the Vienna Airport. Airport lines run 24 hours a day to Schwedenplatz bus station, which is located right at the heart of the downtown area of Vienna, and it takes about 22 minutes. 

You can also opt for a taxi or Uber. Hiring a Vienna airport taxi will cost about 36€ and it will only take 20 minutes to reach the downtown area of Vienna.

Vienna City Card for 1 to 3 days is worth it if you are not renting a car. This savings card allows you to use public transportation for free in Vienna and gives you discounted tickets to over 210 attractions.

You can use this post for one week in Austria road trip as well. Car rentals are available from the airport. We arrived in Austria by road from Prague. You can easily enter Salzburg Austria from Munich Germany – it is only 2 hours away. 

This 7 day Austria itinerary starts in Vienna (with 3 night stay) and then proceeds to Salzburg (with another 3 – 4 night stay), you can do the itinerary in reverse too if arriving from Munich. 

READ: Most beautiful places in Austria for your bucket list

Day 1 of Austria Itinerary 7 days: Arrive in Vienna and explore the city center highlights

Kickstart your Austria itinerary by arriving in Vienna. After you check in to the hotel, rest for a bit, and then head to the city centre to explore.

Where to stay in Vienna? Boutique Hotel am Stephansplatz

We recommend staying in the downtown area in Vienna so that you can easily walk to sightseeing spots, and also have quick access to public transportation for day trips, and venture to the outer city.

Boutique Hotel am Stephansplatz is a 4 star boutique hotel in the heart of the city. All old town attractions are within walking distance from here. Book your stay here

Another option is to stay at the Singerstrasse21/25. This is a fuss-free hotel, located in the central district of Vienna and offering views of the St Stephen’s Cathedral.  Book your stay here

Outside of the inner city, you can stay at the Trend Austria Hotel. From here you can access the old town via the Rathaus Underground Station (public transportation). Book your stay here

After checking in and a quick rest, visit the Hofburg Imperial Palace.  

Horse carriage ride infront of Holfburg Palace
Hofburg Palace in Austria 7 day itinerary

The Hofburg Palace is located in the old town of Vienna or the inner city (inner Stadt – 1st district in Vienna) and it was the imperial seat of the Hapsburg Dynasty in Austria. 

The palace is steeped in luxury and royalty. There is a lot of history that has happened in this palace and has served as the prime residence for Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz II, and, for a while, even the German Emperor.

The complex is spread over 59 acres and comprises 18 groups of buildings, close to 20 courtyards, and around 2600 rooms. There are guided tours available to tour the palace complex. 

Hofburg Palace in the evening
Hofburg in the evening

Along with the Hofburg Palace building, there is the Imperial Chapel (Burgkapelle), the Natural History Museum (Naturhistorisches Museum), the Austrian National Library, and the Spanish Riding School at the complex. 

There is also a museum named Sisi Museum at the palace as well and it’s worth a visit. Sisi or Elisabeth was the Empress of Austria. She has gone down in history as an empress of eternal youthfulness and beauty. 

Right outside the palace is a huge public square, called Heldenplatz. 

Heldenplatz Austria
Heldenplatz

After sightseeing at the Hofburg, head to the St Stephen’s Cathedral. The cathedral is one of Vienna’s most iconic landmarks. Dating back to over 300 years, the cathedral is decorated with Baroque altarpieces in the name of St. Stephen, the first martyr of Christendom.

St Stephen's Cathedral Austria itinerary 7 days
St. Stephens Cathedral

Do visit the cathedral and admire the stained glass windows inside, and then climb to the towers to get a glimpse of the city centre in the evening.

Finish the day with dinner and drinks (may be a little shopping) at the Graben Vienna. Graben is an upscale and trendy shopping street, and you will find cafes and restaurants for a meal. 

Day 2 of Austria Itinerary 7 days: Explore Vienna’s iconic palaces 

Austria is known for its castles, palaces and buildings – all showcasing their rich architecture. In Vienna alone, you will explore 3 (Hofburg Palace on day one and the other two on day two). 

Many of Austria’s castles and palaces were created during the Habsburg reign.

Begin your sightseeing itinerary with a visit to the Schonbrunn Palace, which is one of the most popular tourist spots in Vienna. This is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Schonbrunn Palace in March Vienna
Schonbrunn Palace

Schonbrunn Palace was built in the early 18th century and it reflects the changing styles and interests of the Hapsburg dynasty. The palace is massive with over 1440 rooms!

You can book a guided tour of the Schonbrunn Palace complex. This tour takes you to the palace and allows you free time at the gardens.

At the Schonbrunn Palace Vienna in March
At the Schonbrunn Palace Vienna

After the Schönbrunn Palace, head to the Belvedere Palace. 

Belvedere Palace is another historical complex in Vienna. It comprises two Baroque palaces – the Orangery and the Palace Stables, which is set on an expansive Baroque park on the south-eastern edge of its centre. The palaces date back to the 18th century. Get a tour of the Belvedere Palace 

Belvedere Palace in 2 day Vienna Itinerary
Belvedere Palace in Austria Itinerary 7 days

Note: If you only wish to pick one palace, we recommend the Schonbrunn Palace. And in the afternoon you can join a food tour. This tour is for 3 hours, and starts at 2:30 pm. Once you pick the date, you will see options for timing, and meeting point. 

For the evening, you can either check out the Vienna State Opera or Wiener Staatsoper and enjoy a concert with dinner. You can book a concert with dinner at the Vienna Opera House. 

Not into concerts? Head to the Prater amusement park aka Wiener Riesenrad, or Riesenrad, and ride the historic ferris wheel and soak in city views in the evening! 

READ: Detailed one day in Vienna and 2 days in Vienna itinerary

Day 3 of Austria Itinerary 7 days: Day trip to Wachau + Lower Danube Valley from Vienna

On day 3 of the Austria itinerary, head to the lower Danube Valley on a day trip. Wachau Valley is known for its vineyards, ancient ruins, Benedictine Abbey, and the mesmerizing Danube River. 

Travel time is 1.50 hours by road or train. You can also book a full day tour with round transportation. Here is a day tour to the Wachau Valley from Vienna

The Wachau Valley is the Danube valley. Geographically it is located between the cities of Melk and Krems in Lower Austria. A sightseeing cruise is a nice way to check out the attractions from the comfort for a ferry on the Danube. 

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Melk Abbey

This valley is filled with hills, river valley views and sprinkled with vineyards and castles. 

In Wachau, visit the Melk Abbey and the ancient ruins in Melk and Dürnstein, including the Aggstein Castle located on a hill. 

Melk Abbey is a Benedictine abbey located in Melk. The setting of the abbey on a hill overlooking the Danube river makes it one of the most picturesque places in Austria. The abbey is painted/decorated in bright yellow color. It contains the tomb of Saint Coloman of Stockerau and many members of the royal family. 

The city of Dürnstein is located in the Wachau valley. This is where you will find the ruins of Dürnstein Castle. This castle was built in the 12th century, and was later demolished in the 17th century by the Swedes under General Torstenson.

Village, church and Castle of Durnstein in Wachau on Danube, an Unesco World Heritage SIte of Austria
Village of Durnstein

Finish the day trip, with a visit to a vineyard and go wine tasting. Learn more about the wine tours here

Day 4 of the Austria Itinerary: Travel to Salzburg, check in to your hotel. Explore the old town

From Vienna, make your way to Salzburg. Salzburg is known for its hilltop fortress, ‘Sound of Music’ locations, epic views of the eastern Alps and of course the remnants of Mozart. 

Train takes about 2.50 hours to reach Salzburg from Vienna. The train station is located very close to the old town, so once you arrive check into your hotel, and then get ready to explore. If you are driving, it will take about 3 to 4 hours.

We recommend staying in Salzburg for the remainder of the trip in Austria. 

Where to stay in Salzburg? 

Star Inn Hotel Premium Salzburg Gablerbräu, by Quality is a good value accommodation located close to the Altstadt. Check out pictures here

Radisson Blu Hotel Altstadt, Salzburg is another great option. It is a 5 star property housed in a building dating to the 14th century. Check prices here

On day one of the Salzburg itinerary, check off a few quick and easy attractions in old town.  

Salzburg was the birthplace of Mozart. And at the city centre you can check out the Mozart Square dedicated to the composer. In and around the square, you will find souvenir stores, the Salzburg information center, and other shops.

Perfect Salzburg Itinerary 2 days - explore the old town including Mozart's birthplace, amazing views from Hohensalzburg Castle, Furst chocolates & more.
Mozart Square

From the square, head to the Mozart house (House no 9), located a few blocks away. The house was the residence of Mozart and his immediate family, and it has his personal items, and history and information about his life – on display for visitors to see. 

Depending on your arrival time in Salzburg, we recommend going on a sightseeing cruise on the Salzach River. The river Salzach flows through the city, and you can comfortably check out the attractions of Salzburg from boat/ferry. 

Here is a sightseeing cruise that combines a visit to Hellbrunn Palace. This entire tour is 2.50 hours, and is a great way to explore the palace and experience the river cruise at one go, and make the most of your trip. You can check out the tour here.

Hellbrunn Palace is a Baroque villa, dating back to the early 17th century. It was built by Markus Sittikus von Hohenems, who was the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg.

In the evening, enjoy a nice stroll at the Getreidegasse. Getreidegasse, literally means, ‘grain alley’. This is a busy shopping street in the Altstadt or old town of Salzburg. 

Getreidegasse

The entire lane is filled with cute shops, chocolatiers and cafes and is beautifully decorated with Christmas symbols.  Imagine this lane at Christmas time –  it looks beautiful and decorations and festive cheer in the air. 

It has been recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. 

READ: How to spend 2 days in Salzburg itinerary

Day 5 of 7 days in Austria Itinerary: Explore more of Salzburg

The landscape and the vibes in Salzburg are of a small village, which is kind of nice – there are fortresses, tons of greenery, hills and of course the river flowing through the old town. 

Much of the old town is walkable, so do wear comfortable walking shoes. 

Salzburg Old town
Old town of Salzburg

In the old town, visit the beautiful Mirabell Gardens. These gardens along with the palace grounds are a part of the Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

Many of the scenes of the movie ‘Sound of Music’ were shot at the Mirabell Gardens, and they are a part of the Mirabell Palace complex. 

At the Salzburg old town you must also check out the Salzburg Cathedral, and other historical sites. We recommend this 2 hour walking tour of Old Town with access to Mirabell Gardens. 

After the old town tour, hop on a bus ride to check out the Sound of Music movie locations. If you didn’t know, many of the cinematic scenes were shot in Salzburg, and you can experience the same magic live, by touring the movie locations. 

From epic locations to capturing the best Instagrammable shots, you will love this tour. Here is the recommended 4 hour Original Sound of Music Tour

This tour commences at the old town and includes a round trip transportation. So after the tour you will be back at the Altstadt. Stop for lunch and thereafter head to the Hohensalzburg Fortress. 

Hohensalzburg Fortress is the iconic landmark of Salzburg
Hohensalzburg Fortress

Hohensalzburg Fortress is the iconic landmark of Salzburg. It was built by an archbishop to protect the city from enemies in the 11th century. The fortress is located atop the Festungsberg. You can either hike or take a funicular to reach the top of the fortress. 

Hohensalzburg is the largest medieval castle in Europe. The complex is home to museums, chapels, and amazing city views from the top. 

Restaurant at the Hohensalzburg Fortress
Restaurant at the Hohensalzburg Fortress

There is a nice restaurant at the fortress grounds. It is a nice place to enjoy a cup of coffee and sachertorte, whilst taking in the views of the (eastern) Alps. 

Day 6 of one week in Austria Itinerary: Travel from Salzburg to Hallstatt Austria on a day trip

Hallstatt is one of the oldest and beautiful settlements in Europe. This Alpine village is located on Lake Hallstatt’s western shore in Austria’s mountainous Salzkammergut region.  

Hallstatt is a UNESCO heritage site and an important Austrian tourist attraction so planning your trip in advance is key. Peak seasons are super crowded here.

Hallstatt is the Most Beautiful places to visit in Austria Bucket list
Hallstatt in 7 day Austria trip

Hallstatt makes for an easy day trip from Salzburg. If you are road tripping in Austria, you can surely drive to Halsttat by car, but parking is a pain. So we recommend using public transportation (bus and train take 2 to 2.50 hours each one way), or opt for a day tour. 

Most day tours to Hallstatt are for 4 to 6 hours, and are half day tours. Tours will give you 2.5 hours to take in the sights. Check out this recommended day tour

The route will take you through a number of charming villages, as you listen to an introduction to Hallstatt and the Salzkammergut. If you wish to do the Hallstatt Skywalk, the guide will collect the money for the ticket on the bus. 

On arrival in Hallstatt you might begin your visit with a mountain train ride up to the entrance of the world’s oldest salt mines (though the tour does not visit the mine itself), where you can admire the views down onto Hallstatt. 

In Hallstatt you must spend time exploring the old town, and take in the amazing views of the lake, pretty Alpine gingerbread like houses, and mountains! 

Architecture of Hallstatt
Beautiful architecture of Hallstatt

You can walk to the viewpoints (the most popular one being Aussichtspunkt Hallstatt aka Classic Village Viewpoint) and photograph this beautiful village. 

Enjoy a leisurely walk along the lake and thereafter visit one of the oldest salt mines. This salt mine can be only explored via  guided tour, and it takes about 70 minutes. (Tickets booked on their website. This is different from the 5 hour tour). 

Located near the salt mine is the World Heritage SkyWalk. The observation platform sits 350 metres over the colorful houses of Hallstatt offering panoramic views of the entire Dachstein Salzkammergut region. 

If you have additional time, visit the Bone House behind the Catholic church. The Hallstatt Ossuary (Charnel House/Bone House) is home to over 2100 skulls placed inside a small cave. 

Other activities in Hallstatt include boating on the lake, and exploring Dachstein Krippenstein. You can hike there or hop on a funicular ride to get to the top to soak in views of the Alps.

Day 7 of 7 days in Austria Itinerary: Travel from Salzburg to Innsbruck

On your final day of 7 days in Austria itinerary, head to Innsbruck. Because you only have one day, this will be a short day trip on this visit. 

The quickest way to reach Innsbruck from Salzburg is by train. Trains cost about 28€ – 45€ and it is an hour and 50 minute train ride, connecting Salzburg Hbf and arriving at Innsbruck Hbf.

cityscape of Innsbruck
View of Innsbruck

There is a private tour of Innsbruck and Swarovski Crystal Palace – you can view it here

Innsbruck is the capital city of Austria’s western state of Tyrol. The city is tucked away in the Alps, and is well known as a ski resort and Alpine town. Other than winter activities, Innsbruck is also known for its Imperial and modern architecture, and it’s cute old town. 

The Old Town (Altstadt) is a must visit on your day trip. Explore the pretty lanes (Moat), and live the city’s history of 800 years. This is a photographer’s dream with narrow house-fronts, colorful doorways, and windows, and the prettiest medieval houses. 

You can add a quick walking tour of the old town, and check out the Baroque Helblinghaus, known for its stucco façade. Also located nearby are the 16th-century Golden Eagle (Goldener Adler), and the 57-meter-high Stadtturm (watchtower). This watchtower was built in the 14th century along with the adjoining Old Rathaus and it offers epic views of the Old Town.

The Nordkette funicular ride is another option to soak in views. This funicular or cable car takes tourists skiing in winter and hiking or mountaineering in warmer months, to the mountains (at 2,300 metres high).

Innsbruck is famous for hosting two Winter Olympic Games (1964, and 1976). Bergisel Ski Jump is home to a 26,000 capacity stadium used in the Olympics, and even today (located in Bergisel). 

Bergiselschanze ski jumping hill tower
Bergiselschanze ski jumping hill tower

Other Innsbruck landmarks worth exploring are the famous Golden Roof, the Imperial Palace and the local Folklore Museum.

If you book this day tour, it takes you to the famous Swarovski Crystal World first, and then to the Inn Valley. Swarovski Crystal Worlds Innsbruck Store is a magical place with art and ancient history. 

Alternate option: Grossglockner High Alpine Road Trip Austria

If you love scenic road trips, swap your 7 day itinerary for a drive on the Grossglockner High Alpine road. It connects Bruck in the state of Salzburg with Heiligenblut in Carinthia via Fuscher Törl and Hochtor Pass at 2,504 metres, making it one of the gorgeous routes in the world. 

It will take you 4 hours to complete the trip, but we recommend stops to photograph and rest along the way. 

Austria Travel Guide: Sightseeing Map for 7 to 14 days in Austria Itinerary

Additional Austria Travel Tips & Trip Planning 

Here are some useful tips to help plan your trip to Austria (or Europe if this is your first ever visit to the continent), 

View of Vienna Austria's inner city
Vienna Austria
  • Travel Documents: Austria is located in Europe, and is a member of the European Union. Visitors with a US or Canadian passport can travel visa free for up to 90 days. Non-visa exempt passport holders have to apply for a Schengen Visa prior to visiting Austria. 
  • Budget for Austria: Austria is not insanely expensive like Iceland or Switzerland, but accommodation can get pretty pricier depending on the month of visit, and where you are staying. We like staying at the centre, and so we allot $165+ USD for a night (on a twin share basis). For food, there are fast food restaurants, and many chain cafes where you can try out Austrian baked goods. You can easily manage your food budget with food fast, groceries and with a fancy meal (1-2 times). 

When is the best time to visit Austria:

The best time to go to Austria is during the off seasons like spring and autumn. Late spring is a great time to visit, without huge crowds. Plus if you plan your trip around Easter you can also enjoy a festive cheer, and church choirs.

April and May are the best months to visit in the spring. In the fall months, September to October are perfect to enjoy outdoor activities, with fewer crowds. December is another good time to visit Vienna and Salzburg for Christmas markets. Note that peak tourist season is from June to August. 

What to eat in Austria:

Austria is known for its strudels, coffee, schnitzels to name a few. Many of the traditional Austrian food and dishes are influenced by Swiss or German cuisine. Here are some of the dishes to try in Austria

Food in Austria
  • Viennese Apfelstrudel: This is a must try Austrian National Food – apple strudel
  • Viennese Sachertorte: This is a soft and a delicious a chocolate cake, or torte that originated in Austrian origin
  • Wiener Schnitzel: Fried meat 
  • Vienna Sausage
  • Potato Gulasch: Thick and filling stew/soup
  • Knödel: Dumplings of potato, bread or flour
  • Tiroler Gröstl: Tradition Inspired.
  • Käsespätzle: Käsespätzle is of German origin, and is a baked dish of cheese and caramelised onion (like a super comfort food) 

What to wear in Austria:

We have included our packing list for Austria below

  • Tops: Long sleeve shirts, blouses & tops (for her). Wear plain shirts/tops without huge logos, or loud colors. 
  • Bottoms: Jeans (in dark colors), linen pants leggings 
  • Dress: Flowy dresses. Nice sweater Dress for dinners out in the winter
  • Scarf: Carry a stylish scarf with you
  • Comfortable walking shoes or winter boots (winter)
  • Winter Parka, wool coat (winter)
  • Lightweight waterproof jacket (particularly in spring and fall)
  • Sunglasses & sunscreen 
  • Universal Adaptor: A universal adaptor is a must. Europe uses a plug with two round pins (type C), unlike the flat ones in North America. You can buy yours here
  • Camera: Don’t forget your camera. Here are our camera gear – Sony Mirrorless Camera and Sony AR7iii
  • SD Card: Carry extra storage cards to back up all the photos you will be capturing in Europe
  • Passport: Check the validity of the passport (not expired). Apply for a Schengen visa if it applies to you.  
  • Currency and Credit Cards
  • Travel Insurance: Get travel insurance quotes for your trip here
  • 45 L backpack: We always use a carry-on (a 45 L backpack) for 1-2 weeks in Europe. Our favorite is Pacsafe Venturesafe backpack
How many days are enough in Austria?

At a minimum, 5 days are enough to explore the main cities – 2 days in Vienna, a day trip, and 2 days in Salzburg. With 7 days in Austria, you can explore more of the country and visit destinations like Hallstatt and Innsbruck. 

What is the best time to visit Austria?

The best time to go to Austria is during the off seasons like spring and autumn. Late spring is a great time to visit, without huge crowds. Plus if you plan your trip around Easter you can also enjoy a festive cheer, and church choirs.
April and May are the best months to visit in the spring. In the fall months, September to October are perfect to enjoy outdoor activities, with fewer crowds. December is another good time to visit Vienna and Salzburg for Christmas markets. Note that peak tourist season is from June to August.

Is Austria expensive to visit?

Austria is not insanely expensive like Iceland or Switzerland, but accommodation can get pretty pricier depending on the month of visit, and where you are staying. We like staying at the centre, and so we allot $165+ USD for a night (on a twin share basis).
For food, there are fast food restaurants, and many chain cafes where you can try out Austrian baked goods. You can easily manage your food budget with food fast, groceries and with a fancy meal (1-2 times).

What is the best way to travel in Austria?

Trains are the best and the most efficient mode of transportation in and around Austria. There are country level train networks operated by the Austrian Federal Railways (Österreichische Bundesbahnen, or OBB).
Trains also help you to connect to Germany, Czech Republic and Bratislava. If you are road tripping, know that roads in Austria are in great condition with proper signage, and driving should not be an issue. You will be driving on the right side of the road in Austria. Just be mindful of travel duration as some routes take longer as compared to trains.

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