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Hi traveler! Here are some useful words in Croatian to make your holiday even more fun! 
Croatian is a Slavic language spoken by around 7 million people. It is the official language of Croatia and one of the official languages of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It also is an official regional language in the province of Burgenland in Austria. It has three main dialects: Chakavian, spoken primarily on the islands, along the Croatian coast and in the Lika region, Kajkavian, spoken in northern and northwestern Croatia, and Štokavian, spoken in the rest of Croatia.
Our phrasebook will be quite useful if you want to make an impression, get what you want, communicate, learn something new and make local people happy. 
So feel free to screenshoot this little dictionary and good luck in walking, enjoying and talking Croatian. 

The island of Vis – the most remote of all Croatian islands, covering an area of 90.3 km2, is 45 miles away from the Croatian coast (from the city of Split), and some 60 miles away from the Italian coast.

Modra spilja (The Blue Cave), located in a small cove of Balun on the island of Biševo.