There are 12 officially recognized Public Holidays in Italy. Public Holiday is usually a non-working day during the current year and it is generally established by law.
These holidays are days of celebration, like the anniversary of a significant historical event (National Holiday), or can be a religious celebration of some kind (Religious Holiday). Also, they can be celebrated locally in some regions of the country (Regional Holiday).
Public Holidays in Italy for 2018
|Public Holiday||Native Name||Date||Type|
|New Year's Day||Capodanno||01. Jan. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|Epiphany||Epifania||06. Jan. 2018||✝ Religious Holiday|
|Easter Monday||Lunedì dell'Angelo||02. Apr. 2018||✝ Religious Holiday|
|Liberation Day||Festa della Liberazione||25. Apr. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|Labour Day||Festa del Lavoro||01. May. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|Republic Day||Festa della Repubblica||02. Jun. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|Assumption of Mary||Assunzione||15. Aug. 2018||✝ Religious Holiday|
|All Saint's Day||Tutti i santi||01. Nov. 2018||✝ Religious Holiday|
|Immaculate Conception||Immacolata Concezione||01. Dec. 2018||✝ Religious Holiday|
|Christmas||Natale||25. Dec. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|St. Stephen's Day||Santo Stefano||26. Dec. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
|New Year's Eve||Capodanno||31. Dec. 2018||🏛 National Holiday|
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