2022 ARGENTINA HOLIDAYS
The next public holiday in Argentina is
15th August, MondaySan Martin Day
List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Argentina in 2022
|SaturdaySat||Jan 01, 2022Jan 01||New Year's Day|
|TuesdayTue||Feb 01, 2022Feb 01||Carnival/Shrove Tuesday|
|MondayMon||Feb 28, 2022Feb 28||Carnival|
|ThursdayThu||Mar 24, 2022Mar 24||Memorial Day|
|SaturdaySat||Apr 02, 2022Apr 02||Day of the Veterans|
|FridayFri||Apr 15, 2022Apr 15||Good Friday|
|SundaySun||May 01, 2022May 01||Labor Day / Worker's Day|
|WednesdayWed||May 25, 2022May 25||National Day/May 1810 Revolution|
|FridayFri||Jun 17, 2022Jun 17||General Manuel Belgrano Memorial Day|
|FridayFri||Jun 17, 2022Jun 17||Martin Miguel de Guemes Day|
|SaturdaySat||Jul 09, 2022Jul 09||Independence day|
|MondayMon||Aug 15, 2022Aug 15||San Martin Day|
|MondayMon||Oct 10, 2022Oct 10||Day of respect for cultural diversity|
|MondayMon||Nov 21, 2022Nov 21||National Sovereignty Day|
|ThursdayThu||Dec 08, 2022Dec 08||Feast of the Immaculate Conception|
|SundaySun||Dec 25, 2022Dec 25||Christmas|
Public Holidays in Argentina
San Martin Day
Monday Aug 15, 2022
The upcoming Argentina holiday San Martin Day is in 1 days from today.
National Sovereignty Day
Monday Nov 21, 2022
The upcoming Argentina holiday National Sovereignty Day is in 99 days from today.
2022 Public Holidays Argentina Service
The above is the list of 2022 public holidays declared in Argentina which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Argentina holiday calendar for 2022 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.
Argentina has are a total of nineteen public 19 holidays, of which some have fixed dates while others keep revolving. The holidays are governed by the law which determines whether a holiday remains on its actual date despite the day of the week it falls on. The law also establishes the revolving holidays where a holiday that falls on a midweek day or weekend is moved to the nearest Monday.
It means that if a holiday lands on a Tuesday or a Thursday, then the preceding Monday and the Friday after the holiday is also day offs. In simple terms, if a holiday falls on a Thursday, then both Thursday and Friday are considered holidays, with regular operations resuming on Monday after the weekend. If it lands on a Tuesday, then Monday becomes a holiday too.
According to the Argentine law that governs holidays, people who observe the Jewish faith celebrate an extra holiday on the first and last days of Passover as well as Yom Kippur. Muslims also get an additional day off on Islamic New Year.
Christmas is the most revered holiday in Argentina. Argentines celebrate the day with family gatherings, dinners, parties. Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are semi-holidays, though some businesses may remain closed for the afternoon.
During public holidays, banks, government offices and some businesses remain closed for the day. Some retail stores and restaurants remain open on public holidays, some throughout the day and others only open for a few hours. Public transportation is also limited, and it is, therefore, advisable to reverse tickets far in advance if you intend to travel on a public holiday.