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.

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 DayCapodanno01. Jan. 2020 National Holiday
EpiphanyEpifania06. Jan. 2020 Religious Holiday
Easter MondayLunedì dell’Angelo13. Apr. 2020 Religious Holiday
Liberation DayFesta della Liberazione25. Apr. 2020 National Holiday
Labour DayFesta del Lavoro01. May. 2020 National Holiday
Republic DayFesta della Repubblica02. Jun. 2020 National Holiday
Assumption of MaryAssunzione15. Aug. 2020 Religious Holiday
All Saint’s DayTutti i santi01. Nov. 2020 Religious Holiday
Immaculate ConceptionImmacolata Concezione01. Dec. 2020 Religious Holiday
ChristmasNatale25. Dec. 2020 National Holiday
St. Stephen’s DaySanto Stefano26. Dec. 2020 National Holiday
New Year’s EveCapodanno31. Dec. 2020 National Holiday