Holidays in Warsaw - Bank holidays & vacation days in Warsaw
Holidays in Warsaw

Holidays in Warsaw

With Catholicism deeply ingrained in Poland, many public holidays in Warsaw hold religious significance. Find out which are the non-working days in Warsaw to ensure you won't be caught off guard by closed museums and monuments.

Holidays in Warsaw

  • New Year's Day: January 1
  • Epiphany: January 6
  • Easter Sunday: (variable date)
  • Easter Monday: (variable date)
  • Labor Day: May 1
  • Constitution Day: May 3. In 1791, the first constitution in Europe was created and approved by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
  • Pentecost: June 9
  • Corpus Christi: June 20
  • Assumption Day: August 15
  • All Saints' Day: November 1
  • Independence Day: November 11. After separating from Germany, Austria, and Russia, Poland regained its independence on November 11, 1918, after 123 years of disappearing from the map.
  • Christmas: December 25
  • St. Stephen's Day: December 26. It is a public holiday throughout Poland.