Throughout the year, several public holidays are specific to the Czech Republic so we thought it might be interesting to give you a detailed list of them!
Ten public holidays during 2019 fall on weekdays.
This year, there are two four-day weekends: late March – early April (March 30 to April 2), and then in July (July 5 to 8). This means that over the course of the year there will be just 251 working days.
Holidays on July 6 (Jan Hus), September 28 (Czech Statehood), and November 17 (Struggle for Freedom Day) are, unfortunately, all on weekends.
- 1 January, Tuesday: New Year’s Day
- 19 April, Friday: Good Friday
- 22 April, Monday: Easter Monday
- 1 May, Wednesday: May Day
- 8 May: Wednesday: Liberation Day
- 5 July, Friday: St Cyril and St Methodius Day
- 6 July, Saturday: Jan Hus Day
- 28 September, Saturday: Statehood Day
- 28 October: Monday: Independence Day
- 17 November: Sunday: Freedom and Democracy Day
- 24 December: Tuesday: Christmas Eve
- 25 December: Wednesday: Christmas Day
- 26 December: Thursday: 2nd Day of Christmas
Thanks for this information. It’s exactly what one of our English teachers was looking for!
Below is the list of global holidays observed as non-working public holidays in Czech Republic, with the dates of these global holidays for the next 10 years (2020-2030).