Bank holidays in the Czech Republic

There are 13 bank holidays in the Czech Republic. Except for Good Friday and Easter Monday, the dates of the holidays are fixed. The "sliding holiday" concept is not applied, i.e. when a holiday falls on a Saturday/Sunday, the following Monday is a normal business day.

1 January – New Year's Day (Sunday)

7 April – Good Friday (Friday)

10 April – Easter (Monday)

1 May – May Day (Monday)

8 May – Liberation from Fascism (Monday)

5 July – Cyril and Methodius (Wednesday)

6 July – Burning at Stake of Jan Hus (Thursday)

28 September – Czech Statehood Day (Thursday)

28 October – Establishment of the Czechoslovak Republic (Saturday)

17 November – Freedom and Democracy Day (Friday)

24 December – Christmas Eve (Sunday)

25 December – Christmas Day (Monday)

26 December – Christmas Day (Tuesday)