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Public Holidays in Netherlands in 2018

Netherlands Upcoming Holidays in Netherlands

Easter Day
Easter Sunday

1 April 2018 This National holiday is in 74 days. On Easter Sunday, Christians celebrate the resurrection of the Lord, Jesus Christ.

Easter Monday
Easter Monday

2 April 2018 This National holiday is in 75 days. Easter is probably the most important holiday of the Christian year, celebrating the Re...

King's Birthday
King's Birthday

27 April 2018 This National holiday is in 100 days. Officially commemorates the birthday of King Willem-Alexander.

Netherlands List of National Public holidays of Netherlands in 2018

Day Date Holiday Comments
Monday January 01 New Year's Day Nieuwjaarsdag
Friday March 30 Good Friday Public sector, banks and insurers
Sunday April 01 Easter Day
Monday April 02 Easter Monday Monday after Easter Sunday
Friday April 27 King's Birthday If 27th is a Sunday, celebrations are held on 26th
Friday May 04 National Remembrance Day Dodenherdenking
Saturday May 05 Liberation Day Public sector and schools
Thursday May 10 Ascension Day 40 days after Easter
Sunday May 13 Mother's Day 2nd Sunday in May. Not a public holiday
Sunday May 20 Pentecost Sunday Fifty days after Easter
Monday May 21 Whit Monday 7th Monday after Easter. Also Known as Pentecost Monday
Sunday June 17 Father's Day 3rd Sunday in June. Not a public holiday
Sunday November 04 All Saints Day 1st Sunday in November
Tuesday December 25 Christmas Day Eerste Kerstdag
Wednesday December 26 St Stephens Day Tweede Kerstdag. Celebrated on 26th December.

Key

National Holiday Not a Public Holiday Government/Public Sector

Notes

  • The Netherlands has two World War II Remembrance Days. Neither are annual official holidays, though some establishments may close.
  • May 4th: honors all those who died in the war, and is similar to Remembrance Day and Veteran's Day.
  • May 5th: Liberation day is a national holiday once every 5 years (next in 2020). The day commemorates the defeat of German forces in 1945. It may be celebrated every year, but since 2000, it is an official holiday only once every 5 years.

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