German 2014 Public Holidays / Gesetzliche Feiertage 2014 in Deutschland
Public holidays in Germany vary from one federal state to another. Some states may have more public holidays than the others. To illustrate, people in Berlin celebrate 9 public holidays while Bavarian people celebrate up to 14 holidays. Germany public holidays (gesetzliche Feiertage) for year 2014 are determined by the federal states, except for the German Unity Day. More >
Day of Prayer and Repentance
Day of Prayer and Repentance or Buß- und Bettag is a public holiday in a state of Germany, Saxony. It is observed on the last Wednesday before 23 November or 11 day before Advent, the season to prepare for the celebration of Christmas. More >
Reformation Day is a civic holiday in Slovenia and some states of Germany including Bradenburg, Saxony, Saxony-Anhalt, Thuringia, and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. It is a religious holiday to commemorate the Protestant Reformation by some Reformed church communities. More >
German Unity Day
German Unity Day or Tag der Deutschen Einheit is a special national day to commemorate German reunification in 1990 which marked the accomplishment of unity in Germany. People in Germany celebrate German Unity Day every 3 October, the anniversary of German reunification which joined German Democratic Republic and Federal Republic of Germany in 1990. The Day of German Unity is observed as a public holiday in all regions of Germany. More >
Each state in German has its own public holidays. Therefore, the number of public holidays in different states of German varies based on the regulation from the federal states. More >
Theme park is an ideal place for having an energetic vacation. More and more theme parks are built to fulfill people’s needs and desires. Formerly, theme parks used to be fairs, carnivals, or gardens which were built as recreation places for people. Later on, the fairs, carnivals, and gardens were developed into wider space completed with more attractions and playgrounds to be enjoyed by people. Nowadays, many theme parks are equipped with the more attractive attractions and thriller rides which are modern and safe. From many theme parks in the world, three of them are considered as the best theme parks in the world. More >
Every year from late September until October, Germany celebrates an event called Oktoberfest or widely known as Munich Beer Festivals. The Beer Festivals are places where various kinds of beers are provided for the visitor either to try or to purchase. In fact, it is not only Germany celebrating the events, but also many other countries. Yet, the Beer Festival in Munich, Germany, is known as the biggest Beer Festival in the world which is held every year. More >
German 2012 Public Holidays / Gesetzliche Feiertage 2012 in Deutschland
Please note this is not an official German 2012 public holidays calendar. We do not and can not guarantee the accuracy of this holiday calendar.
German 2011 Public Holidays / Gesetzliche Feiertage 2011 in Deutschland
Please note this is not an official German 2011 public holidays calendar. We do not and can not guarantee the accuracy of this holiday calendar.