2022 SWEDEN HOLIDAYS
The next public holiday in Sweden is
5th November, SaturdayAll Saints
List of National and Regional Public Holidays of Sweden in 2022
|SaturdaySat||Jan 01, 2022Jan 01||New Year's Day|
|ThursdayThu||Jan 06, 2022Jan 06||Epiphany|
|FridayFri||Apr 15, 2022Apr 15||Good Friday|
|SundaySun||Apr 17, 2022Apr 17||Easter|
|MondayMon||Apr 18, 2022Apr 18||Easter Monday|
|SundaySun||May 01, 2022May 01||May Day|
|ThursdayThu||May 26, 2022May 26||Ascension Day|
|SundaySun||Jun 05, 2022Jun 05||Whit Sunday|
|MondayMon||Jun 06, 2022Jun 06||National Day|
|MondayMon||Jun 06, 2022Jun 06||Whit Monday|
|SaturdaySat||Jun 25, 2022Jun 25||Midsummer Day|
|SaturdaySat||Nov 05, 2022Nov 05||All Saints|
|SundaySun||Dec 25, 2022Dec 25||Christmas Day|
|MondayMon||Dec 26, 2022Dec 26||Boxing Day|
|SaturdaySat||Dec 31, 2022Dec 31||New Year's Eve|
Public Holidays in Sweden
Saturday Nov 05, 2022
The upcoming Sweden holiday All Saints is in 121 days from today.
Sunday Dec 25, 2022
The upcoming Sweden holiday Christmas Day is in 171 days from today.
Monday Dec 26, 2022
The upcoming Sweden holiday Boxing Day is in 172 days from today.
2022 Public Holidays Sweden Service
The above is the list of 2022 public holidays declared in Sweden which includes federal, regional government holidays and popular observances. We also provide Sweden holiday calendar for 2022 in Word, Excel, PDF and printable online formats.
Sweden has 20 public holidays. The government through the Act of parliament regulates public holidays, salaries, vacations, and employment. The counties and municipalities can opt to add extra public holidays from the general list. These extra holidays are referred to as ‘de facto ’and ‘seasonal observances.’ The ‘de facto holidays’ can be taken by an employee who is not in that municipality under the discretion and agreement of the employer. Under the nation’s laws, the public holidays that occur on the weekend cannot be moved to another day. Only Ascension Day is given the pass on this law. On specific holidays such as Ascension, the days that follow are taken as extra holidays. In prints, these public holidays are indicated on calendars with the red color; as a result, many people refer to them as red days.
The population is comprised of 90 percent Christians and 10 percent a mixture of Muslims and Indians. The categorization of these holidays is divided into Christians and non-Christians observances. The public strictly recognizes and embraces these public holidays. Their commitment and devotion are revealed through the colorful decoration and activities present in the streets.
The business life trickles down during these public holidays. Most of them close at noon of the previous day. The employees are given time off by their employers on holidays that come on weekdays. They refer to this as 'squeeze day.'