The Czech Republic, being probably the most atheistic country in Europe, paradoxically has more holidays and days off from Poland. Many of them are religious holidays or strongly connected with Christianity.
Below is a list of public holidays and non-working days.
January 1 - the anniversary of the foundation of the independent Czech State after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia (1993),
Easter - Good Friday, Sunday and Monday,
May 1 - Labor Day,
May 8 - Victory Day, anniversary of the end of World War II
July 5 - Slavic Apostles Day of Saints Cyril and Methodius,
< br /> July 6 - Anniversary of the burning of Master Jan Hus,
September 28 - Saint Wenceslas, prince, martyr, patron of Czech statehood,
October 28 - Independence Day, < br />
November 17th - anniversary of the Velvet Revolution,
December 24-26 - Christmas Eve and Christmas.