There are 15 officially recognized Public Holidays in Germany. Public Holiday is usually a non-working day during the current year and it is generally established by law.

Public holidays are days of celebration where countries celebrate important historical or religious events. In some cases, there are public holidays which are celebrated exclusively in certain region of the country.

NameNative NameDateType
New Year’s DayNeujahrstag01. Jan. 2021πŸ› National Holiday
EpiphanyHeilige Drei KΓΆnige06. Jan. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
International Women’s DayFrauentag08. Mar. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
Good FridayKarfreitag02. Apr. 2021✝ Religious Holiday
Easter MondayOstermontag05. Apr. 2021✝ Religious Holiday
Labour DayTag der Arbeit01. May. 2021πŸ› National Holiday
Ascension DayChristi Himmelfahrt13. May. 2021✝ Religious Holiday
Whit MondayPfingstmontag24. May. 2021✝ Religious Holiday
Corpus ChristiFronleichnam03. Jun. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
Assumption of MaryMariΓ€ Himmelfahrt15. Aug. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
National HolidayTag der Deutschen Einheit03. Oct. 2021πŸ› National Holiday
All Saint’s DayAllerheiligen01. Nov. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
Day of Repentance and PrayerBuß- und Bettag17. Nov. 2021πŸ“ Regional Holiday
ChristmasWeihnachtstag25. Dec. 2021πŸ› National Holiday
St. Stephen’s DayZweiter Weihnachtsfeiertag26. Dec. 2021πŸ› National Holiday
Next holiday in Germany is Day of Repentance and Prayer (17. Nov. 2021)