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National Public Holidays in Italy

A calendar of the national vacation days when businesses, schools and banks close and people get the day off across the provinces of Italy...

In Italy, a public holiday is called a giorno festivo, while a national holiday is a festa nazionale.

  • Each region celebrates different saints and festivals and although it may not be a general holiday, business may close to take part in the celebrations
  • If the holiday falls on a Tuesday or a Thursday it is common for people to take the intervening day to make the "bridge" for a long weekend: fare il ponte
National and Regional Holidays in 2014
7 December (Sun)St Ambrose's Day (in Milan only)Regional
8 December (Mon)Immaculate ConceptionNational
25 December (Thu)Christmas DayNational
26 December (Fri)St Stephen's DayNational
National and Regional Holidays in 2015
1 January (Thu)New Year's Day++National
6 January (Tue)EpiphanyNational
6 April (Mon)Easter MondayNational
25 April (Sat)Liberation DayNational
1 May (Fri)Labor Day/May DayNational
2 June (Tue)Republic's DayNational
24 June (Wed)St John the Baptist (Florence, Turin, and Genoa only)Regional
29 June (Mon)St Peter and Paul's Day (Rome only)Regional
2 July (Thu)Palio Traditional Horserace (Sienna only)Regional
15 August (Sat)AssumptionNational
16 August (Sun)Palio Traditional Horserace (Sienna only)Regional
1 November (Sun)All Saints' DayNational
7 December (Mon)St Ambrose's Day (in Milan only)Regional
8 December (Tue)Immaculate ConceptionNational
25 December (Fri)Christmas DayNational
26 December (Sat)St Stephen's DayNational

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