If you are planning to visit Argentina the second largest country in South America which is also the soccer capital then you need to plan well. Something that can help in planning a visit to Argentina is the Argentina 2013 Holidays list. The details of holidays are given below:
As all other countries the first day starts with the celebration of New Year’s Day on the 1st of January. Then the next holidays are in the months of March falling on the 24th, 28th and 29th celebrated as the Memorial Day, Holy Thursday and the last day as Good Friday respectively. After this the next holiday falls on April 2nd being the Malvinas day.
The month of May also has two holidays on the 1st and the 25th which is declared as holiday for Labor Day and the second one as “May 1810 Revolution Day”. The month of June has only one holiday on the 17th being the National Flag Day. The independence day of Argentina is celebrated on the 9th day of July which is also a declared holiday.
August 19th is also a holiday for it being declared as San Martin Day. The month of October has one holiday on the 12th being the Columbus day. The month of December has most holidays with 8th, 24th , 25th and 31st being holidays for Immaculate Conception’s Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas and the last day of the month being celebrated as New year’s eve.