Poland has a total of 25 holidays in 2019. In the table below, you will find the details of the holidays and when they are observed. All the information display below is also available via our API as well as downaloadble as a csv or json file. Signup here to get started.
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|New Year's Day
New Year’s Day, on January 1, is the first day of the year and a public holiday in Poland.
Epiphany, also known as the Procession of the Three Kings, is annually celebrated as a public holiday in Poland on January 6.
Valentine’s Day (Walentynki) is one of the most romantic days of the year celebrated in many countries including Poland on February 14.
Good Friday is observed in many churches in Poland to remember Jesus Christ’s death on the cross.
Holy Saturday, which is the day before Easter Sunday, is observed in many parts of Poland.
Easter Sunday is a public holiday in Poland to celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection.
Easter Monday, the day after Easter Sunday, is a public holiday in Poland. Both days celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead.
|Labor Day / May Day
Labor Day (Święto Pracy), also known as May 1 (1 Maja), is a national public holiday in Poland every year.
|Day of the Flag
Constitution Day is an annual public holiday in Poland on May 3.
Mother’s Day is celebrated in Poland on May 26 each year.
Whit Sunday, also known as Pentecost or the Descent of the Holy Spirit (Zeslanie Ducha Swietego) is an annual public holiday in Poland 7 weeks after Easter Sunday.
Corpus Christi is an annual public holiday in Poland on the Thursday of the ninth week after Easter.
Father’s Day (Dzień Ojca) is celebrated in Poland on June 23 every year.
|Assumption of Mary
The Day of Assumption, also known as the Miracle upon the Vistula, is a national holiday in Poland on August 15 each year.
|All Saints' Day
All Saints’ Day is a public holiday in Poland on November 1 each year.
National Independence Day is an annual public holiday in Poland on November 11 to commemorate the country’s independence in 1918.
Christmas Eve is celebrated as a festive occasion in Poland on December 24.
Christmas Day is a public holiday in Poland on December 25 each year.
|Second Day of Christmas
Boxing Day, also known as St Stephen’s Day or Holy Szczepan, is a public holiday in Poland on December 26 each year.
|New Year's Eve
Many people in Poland celebrate New Year’s Eve, which is the last day of the year in the Gregorian calendar, on December 31.