Polish Holidays

Poles are seen as a nation

of fun lovers who enjoy festivities, Polish Holidaystraditions and centuries-old customs. The most ancient rituals, especially those dating back to pagan times, have long lost their magical character, becoming a colourful vestige of the past and a form of amusement.

In Poland all weekends and festivals are free of work.
On Sundays and holidays, including those that take place on Sunday, offices do not operate and there is a trade prohibition. Sometimes there is also a possibility of a so-called long weekend when the holidays occur on weekdays in the vicinity of weekends. Polish people take a day or two off and thanks to that they have more days to relax.

National 3rd of May Holiday
The 15th of August Holiday
November 11, Polish Independence Day