Public holidays in Serbia 2022-2026Serbia is predominantly Christian, but the Christian holidays of the Serbs are not based on the Gregorian calendar, but on the Orthodox calendar. For example, the Orthodox start of the year is on January 13 and Christmas on January 7. Also, the Easter celebrations are shifted back by 7 days. By the way, the fact that the Orthodox calendar is "different" from that of most Western countries is not an inadequacy. On the contrary, it actually maps the solar year more accurately.
At first glance, the number of public holidays may look somewhat small. However, depending on the religion, there are 1-2 additional holidays per year, which are based on the high festivals of the respective religion.
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Non-movable holidaysNon-statutory holidays are written in gray.
|Jan, 1st||1st New Year's Day||Nova Godina|
|Jan, 2nd||2nd New Year's Day||Nova Godina|
|Jan, 7th||Orthodox Christmas||Božić|
|Jan, 13th||Serbian New Year||Srpska Nova Godina|
|Jan, 27th||St. Sava Day||Dan Svetog Save|
|Feb, 15th||National Day (Serbian Army Day)||Dan državnosti Srbije|
|Apr, 22nd||Holocaust Memorial Day||Dan Secanja Na Žrtve Holokausta|
|May, 1st||Labor Day||Praznik rada|
|May, 9th||Victory Day||Dan pobede|
|Jun, 6th||Saint Vitus Day||Vidovdan|
|Nov, 11th||Day of the gun ceasefire||Dan primirja|
|Dec, 25th||1st Christmas Day (Western Churches)|
Moving Holidays in Serbia
|Beginning of Ramadan||Apr, 3rd||Mar, 23rd||Mar, 11th||Mar, 1st||Feb, 18th|
|Good Friday (West Churches)||Apr, 15th||Apr, 7th||Mar, 29th||Apr, 18th||Apr, 3rd|
|Great Friday (Good Friday)||Veliki Petak||Apr, 22nd||Apr, 14th||May, 3rd||Apr, 18th||Apr, 10th|
|Great Saturday (Orthodox Holy Saturday)||Velika Subota||Apr, 23rd||Apr, 15th||May, 4th||Apr, 19th||Apr, 11th|
|Orthodox Easter Sunday||Uskrs||Apr, 24th||Apr, 16th||May, 5th||Apr, 20th||Apr, 12th|
|Orthodox Easter Monday||Uskrs||Apr, 24th||Apr, 16th||May, 5th||Apr, 20th||Apr, 12th|
|Kurban Bayramı (Festival of Sacrifice)||Jul, 9th||Jun, 28th||Jun, 16th||Jun, 6th||May, 26th|
|Yom Kippur||Oct, 5th||Sep, 25th||Oct, 12th||Oct, 2nd||Sep, 21st|
If a public holiday falls on a Sunday, the next working day is a day off.