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The next public holiday in Argentina is

8th December, ThursdayFeast of the Immaculate Conception

List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Argentina in 2023

SundaySunJan 01, 2023Jan 01New Year's Day
MondayMonFeb 20, 2023Feb 20Carnival
TuesdayTueFeb 21, 2023Feb 21Carnival/Shrove Tuesday
FridayFriMar 24, 2023Mar 24Memorial Day
SundaySunApr 02, 2023Apr 02Day of the Veterans
FridayFriApr 07, 2023Apr 07Good Friday
MondayMonMay 01, 2023May 01Labor Day / Worker's Day
ThursdayThuMay 25, 2023May 25National Day/May 1810 Revolution
SaturdaySatJun 17, 2023Jun 17Martin Miguel de Guemes Day
SaturdaySatJun 17, 2023Jun 17General Manuel Belgrano Memorial Day
SundaySunJul 09, 2023Jul 09Independence day
WednesdayWedAug 16, 2023Aug 16San Martin Day
MondayMonOct 09, 2023Oct 09Day of respect for cultural diversity
MondayMonNov 20, 2023Nov 20National Sovereignty Day
FridayFriDec 08, 2023Dec 08Feast of the Immaculate Conception
MondayMonDec 25, 2023Dec 25Christmas

Public Holidays in Argentina

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Thursday Dec 08, 2022

The upcoming Argentina holiday Feast of the Immaculate Conception is in 0 days from today.



Sunday Dec 25, 2022

The upcoming Argentina holiday Christmas is in 17 days from today.

New Year's Day

New Year's Day

Sunday Jan 01, 2023

The upcoming Argentina holiday New Year's Day is in 24 days from today.

List of Popular Celebration Days of United States in 2023

FridayFriJun 02, 2023Jun 02National Donut Day

2023 Public Holidays Argentina Service

The above is the list of 2023 public holidays declared in Argentina which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Argentina holiday calendar for 2023 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.