Holidays in Slovenia and abroad in 2021

Holidays in Slovenia and abroad in 2021

When doing business on new territory it is good to know when that country has holidays and non-working days. This way you are able also to plan your business more efficiently. Do you know when are holidays in Slovenia and neighboring countries? Do you know which holidays in 2021 are also non-working days?

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Holidays in Slovenia

National holidays and also non-working days in Slovenia are prescribed by the Law on holidays and free days in the Republic of Slovenia. In 2021, we have 20 holidays, of which 15 are state holidays and hence non-working days.  5 of them are not state holidays, so they are normal work days. In 2021, only 6 state holidays will fall on weekdays – the rest will fall on weekends, which are also considered non-working days in most industries.

Non-working days in Slovenia

January 1st and also 2nd – New Year (Friday and Saturday)

February 8th- Prešeren’s Day (Monday)

April 5th – Easter Monday (Monday)

April 27th – Day of Uprising Against Occupation (Tuesday)

May 1st and also 2nd – Labour day (Saturday and Sunday)

June 25th – Statehood Day (Friday)

August 15th – Assumption (Sunday)

October 31st – Reformation Day (Sunday)

November 1st – Day of Remembrance of the Dead (Monday)

December 25th – Christmas (Saturday)

December 26th – Independence and Unity Day (Sunday)

According to the Law, Easter and Whit Sunday are also non-working days, but they always fall on Sunday.

Considering the holidays, it is also easier to plan vacation and days off for your employees. Also, you can form your business strategey according to the holidays, when you know that most of your clients will be inaccessible.

Working days

Also, not all holidays are non-working days. Hence, they are celebrated but do not require days off.

June 8th – the day of Primož Trubar

August 17th – the union of Prekmurje Slovenes with their motherland

September 15th – Day of Restoration of the Littoral Region to the Motherland

October 25th – Sovereignty Day

November 23th – Rudolf Maister’s day

Holidays in neighboring countries

Do you want to learn which are also the holidays in neighboring countries?

Holidays in Austria

January 1st – New Year

January 6th – Holy three kings/Epiphany

April 5th – Easter Monday

May 1st – Labour Day

May 13th -Ascension Day

24th May – Whit Monday

June 3rd – Corpus Christi

August 15th – Assumption Day

October 26th – National Day

November 1st – All Saints’ Day

December 8th – Immaculate Conception

December 25th – Christmas

26th December – Saint Stephen’s Day

Holidays in Croatia

January 1st – New Year

January 6th – Holy three kings/Epiphany

April 5th – Easter Monday

May 1st – Labor Day

May 30th – Statehood Day

June 3rd – Corpus Christi

June 22nd – The Day of Anti-Fascist Resistance

August 5th – Victory Day and Homeland Thanksgiving

August 15th – Assumption Day

October 8th – Independence Day

November 1st – All Saints’ Day

November 18th – Remembrance Day

December 25th – Christmas

December 26th – Saint Stephen’s Day

Holidays in Italy

Do you know what are the holidays in Italy? We have also gathered this information.

January 1st – New Year

January 6th – Holy three kings/Epiphany

April 4th – Easter

April 5th – Easter Monday

25th April – Day of liberation

May 1st – Labor Day

June 2nd – Republic Day

August 15th – Assumption Day

November 1st – All Saints’ Day

December 8th – Immaculate Conception

December 25th – Christmas

26th December – Saint Stephen’s Day

Holidays in Hungary

Lastly, the fourth neighbor to Slovenia is Hungary. Do they also have the same holidays? Below, you can also find the information.

January 1st – New Year

March 15th – the Day of the Revolution

April 2nd – Good Friday

April 4th – Easter

5th April – Easter Monday

May 1st – Labor Day

May 24th – Whit Monday

August 20th – Saint Stephen’s Day

October 23rd – Republic Day

November 1st – All Saints’ Day

December 25th – Christmas

December 26th – 2nd Day of Christmas

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