For all those who are planning to visit Italy in 2013, here’s a list of the holidays that Italy will be observing this year:
The very first day of the year is to be celebrated as the New Year’s Day in Italy and will be a holiday. On January 6, Italy will be observing a holiday due to Epiphany. The next holiday of the season will be on March 31 which is Easter.
April 1 shall also be considered a holiday in Italy and is the Easter Monday. Anniversary of Liberation is also a holiday in this country and falls on April 25. Labor Day is celebrated on May 1 all across the world and is a holiday in Italy.
The Republic Day of Italy is a big holiday in this country and falls on June 2. The holiday following this one is on August 15 which is the Assumption Day. All Saints Day is celebrated on November 1 which too is considered a holiday in Italy.
December has 3 holidays in total, of which the first one is on 8th of December in the form of Imaculate Conception, the second one is Christmas day on 25th December and the last holiday is on 26th December in the form of Thursday.