Bosnia and Herzegovina Public Holidays 2019


Searching for the public holidays in Bosnia and Herzegovina? All public holidays in Bosnia and Herzegovina are treated like Sundays. This means that most of the Bosnia and Herzegovina employees have a day off and all schools are closed on these holidays. If you are planning a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina and want to know what the national and regional holidays are, check the details in the tables below.

2019

1 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
7 January Christmas (prawosławne)
14 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
1 March Independence Day (Dan nezavisnosti)
10 April Orthodox Good Friday
12 April Orthodox Easter Monday
1 May Labour Day (Međunarodni praznik rada)
15 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
28 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
1 November All Saints (Svi sveti)
2 November All Souls’ Day (Dan mrtvih)
25 November National Day (Dan državnosti)
2020

1 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
7 January Christmas (prawosławne)
14 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
1 March Independence Day (Dan nezavisnosti)
29 April Orthodox Good Friday
1 May Labour Day (Međunarodni praznik rada)
1 May Orthodox Easter Monday
15 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
28 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
1 November All Saints (Svi sveti)
2 November All Souls’ Day (Dan mrtvih)
25 November National Day (Dan državnosti)
2021

1 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
7 January Christmas (prawosławne)
14 January New Year’s Day (prawosławny)
1 March Independence Day (Dan nezavisnosti)
14 April Orthodox Good Friday
16 April Orthodox Easter Monday
1 May Labour Day (Međunarodni praznik rada)
15 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
28 August Assumption of Mary (prawosławne)
1 November All Saints (Svi sveti)
2 November All Souls’ Day (Dan mrtvih)
25 November National Day (Dan državnosti)