The word holiday comes from the Old English word hāligdæg. Polish people love those off-duty days and as a matter of fact number of public holidays in Poland is quite significant here!
Below you will find a list of Holidays in Poland. Note please, some of them are days off and shops and official institutions are closed then. However, there are always gas stations which offer not only gas but also groceries! And they are open 24hrs for 7 days a week.
|January, 1st||New Year’s Day|
|Easter (April)||First Sunday and Monday|
|May, 1st||Labour Day|
|May, 3rd||Constitution Day|
|Corpus Christi||Local religious festival|
|August, 15th||Polish Army Day|
|November, 1st||All Saints’ Day|
|November, 11th||National Independence Day|
|December, 25th & 26th||Christmas|