Wikivoyage uses separate phrasebooks for Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian, to help travelers avoid mistakes based on regional differences. The differences, in both vocabulary and accents, between one and the other are very few, and any of the following phrasebooks can be used wherever you may go and get along with it.
- Bosnian phrasebook - spoken in Bosnia
- Croatian phrasebook - spoken in Croatia
- Montenegrin phrasebook - spoken in Montenegro
- Serbian phrasebook - spoken in Serbia
The other South Slavic languages (Slovenian, Macedonian and Bulgarian) are also close to Serbo-Croatian. People from areas of Croatia bordering Slovenia usually have no trouble understanding Slovenian, while those who live in southeastern Serbia understand Macedonian and Bulgarian without much difficulty.
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