Holiday Guide for Mexico

Mexico 2019
Mexico
2019

Country information

Population: 122.27m
Capital: Mexico City
Calling Code: (52)
Time Zone: -6 UTC
Currency: Mexican peso
Language: Spanish

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Mexico List of Statutory Holidays in Mexico in 2019

New Year's Day


New Year's Day

Mexico: New Year's Day is a public holiday in all countries that observe the Gregorian calendar, with the exception of Israel

Constitution Day

 Long Weekend! 
Constitution Day

Mexico: First Monday in February. Celebrates the ratification of the Mexican constitution of 1917

Benito Juarez's Birthday

 Long Weekend! 
Benito Juarez's Birthday

Mexico: A public holiday that celebrates the Birthday of Benito Juarez, a 19th century president and statesman who stood against the French intervention in Mexico

Maundy Thursday


Maundy Thursday

Mexico: Also Known as Holy Thursday, Maundy Thursday commemorates the last supper and established the ceremony known as the Eucharist

Good Friday

 Long Weekend! 
Good Friday

Mexico: Good Friday occurs on the Friday before Easter. The day commemorates the Crucifixion of Jesus.

Labor Day


Labor Day

Mexico: This holiday is most commonly associated as a commemoration of the achievements of the labour movement

Cinco de Mayo


Cinco de Mayo

Puebla: Cinco de Mayo is one of two days, which mark Mexicos independence from foreign rulers

Independence Day

 Long Weekend! 
Independence Day

Mexico: Celebrates the start of the Mexican War of Independence against Spain on 16 September 1810

Mexico Day of the Races


Mexico Day of the Races

Mexico: Not an official holiday, this day commemorates the exact date when Christopher Columbus first set foot in the Americas

Day of the Dead


Day of the Dead

Mexico: El Día de los Muertos is A unique Mexican celebration of dead ancestors

Revolution Day

 Long Weekend! 
Revolution Day

Mexico: Celebrates the beginning of the Mexican Revolution in 1910. Observed the third Monday of November

Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe


Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe

Mexico: The Dia de la Virgen de Guadalupe became an national holiday in 1859

Christmas Day


Christmas Day

Mexico: Christmas celebrates the Nativity of Jesus which according to tradition took place on December 25th 1 BC

Notes

  • If a statutory holiday falls on Saturday, Friday will be considered a statutory holiday
  • When a statutory holiday falls on a Sunday, Monday is considered a statutory holiday