Public Holidays in Germany 2021

Public Holidays in Germany 2021

It can be quite annoying or rather dissapointing if you are in a city or country to find that most shops and official buildings are closed due to a bank holiday or public holiday... and you didn't know at forehand. Our huge list of countries with all their public holidays for 2021 will give you a helping hand! Use our data to plan your next cruise of trip or at least be prepared! We also included the religious holidays. Please take note that most shops are closed on Sundays in many countries. This list can also be very helpfull when planning a business trip, or a business call for that matter. Don't jump to conclusions when your business partner or new client doesn't answer the phone ;-) Have a look at our list first! ALso, when planning a short holiday, a weekend trip or that wonderful summer holiday: don't forget that banks and shops may be closed at the time of your stay. Don't spoil your ski holiday. Check here to avoid misery.

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German Bank Holidays and Germany Public Holidays in 2021

January 1 Neujahr - New Year's Day

January 6 Heilige Drei Konige - Epiphany (only in Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and Saxony-Anhalt

February 17 Aschermittwoch - Ash Wednesday

April 2 Karfreitag - Good Friday

April 5 Ostermontag - Easter Monday

May 1 Maifeiertag - Labor Day

May 13 Christi Himmelfahrt - Ascension Day

May 23 Pfingsten - Whit Sunday

May 24 Pfingstmontag - Whit Monday

August 8 Friedenfest - Feast of Peace

August 15 Maria Himmelfahrt - Assumpsion of the Virgin Mary (only Bavaria and Saarland)

October 3 National Day (Tag der Deutschen Einheit)

October 31 Reformation Day (in Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommerania, Saxony-Anhalt as well as in Saxony and Thuringia)

November 1 Allerheiligen - All Saint's Day

November 18 Repentance Day

December 25 Weihnachtstag - Christmas Day

December 26 2de Weihnachtstag - Boxing Day - St Stephen's Day

December 31 Silvester - New Years' Eve

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