Holidays in Italy
National holidays and some local Roman celebrations
The following is information on holidays observed throughout Italy as well
as some only in the city of Rome.
New Year's Day
Epiphany - this marks the end of the Christmas/New Year's holidays.
Easter Monday - in Italy, the Monday following Easter is a holiday.
Feast of Saints Peter & Paul (only in Rome) - celebration of Rome's patron saints.
Feast of the Assumption (Ferragosto) - second only to Christmas, this is one of Italy's most
All Saints' Day.
Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
Christmas - during the Chirstmas holidays in Rome you can enjoy concerts in many of Rome's churches,
most free of charge as well as a stroll through the stands set up at Piazza Navona.
St. Stephen (Santo Stefano)- the day after Christmas is also a holiday in Italy.