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Which are the main Italian Bank Holidays?
Here are Italy’s National Holidays when University offices are closed and no lessons are held.
Once enrolled, students receive a calender and timetable with all holidays and breaks of the AY.
- New Year’s day: 1st January
- Epiphany: 6th January
- Easter Monday: Monday after Easter
- Italy Liberation Day: 25th April
- Labour Day: 1st May
- Anniversary of the Founding of the Italian Republic: 2nd June
- Assumption (Ferragosto): 15th August
- All Saints’ Day: 1st November
- St. Ambrogio (Patron of Milan, bank holiday for the city of Milan only):7th December
- Feast of the Immaculate Conception: 8th December
- Christmas: 25th December
- St. Stephen’s Day (Boxing Day): 26th December