Romania Public Holidays List 2023
Following are the list of Public, Office, School, Bank Holidays in Romania year 2023
New Year's Day (01 Jan) : New Year’s Day (Anul Nou) and the following day, on January 1 and 2 respectively, are annual holidays in Romania.
Day after New Year's Day (02 Jan) : Both New Year’s Day (Anul Nou) and the following day, on January 1 and 2 respectively, are annual holidays in Romania.
Unification Day (24 Jan) : Unification Day celebrates the political union between Wallachia and Moldavia, which is deemed as the foundation of modern Romania.
Constantin Brancusi Day (19 Feb) : Constantin Brancusi Day is a observance in Romania
Dragobete (24 Feb) : Dragobete is a folk holiday in Romania with ancient origins that centers on love and the return of spring.
Mărțișor (01 Mar) : Mărțișor in Romania celebrates the start of spring. The name stems from the word March, which is “martie” in Romanian.
International Women's Day (08 Mar) : Many people in Romania celebrate Women’s Day on March 8.
March Equinox (20 Mar) : March Equinox in Romania (Bucharest)
Orthodox Good Friday (14 Apr) : Millions of Orthodox Christians around the world annually observe Good Friday to commemorate the events leading up to Jesus Christ's crucifixion.
Orthodox Easter Day (16 Apr) : Easter (Paștele) is both a religious and a national holiday in Romania. The Easter date is based on the Orthodox Christian Church’s calendar.
Orthodox Easter Monday (17 Apr) : The Day after Easter (Paștele) is both a religious and a national holiday in Romania. The Easter date is based on the Orthodox Christian Church’s calendar.
Labor Day / May Day (01 May) : Labor Day (Ziua muncii) is a national public holiday in Romania on May 1 each year.
Mother's Day (07 May) : Many Romanians celebrate Mother’s Day (Ziua Mamei) on the first Sunday of May.
Monarchy Day (10 May) : Monarchy Day is a observance in Romania
Father's Day (14 May) : Many Romanians celebrate Father’s Day (Ziua Tatălui) on the second Sunday of May.
Orthodox Ascension Day (25 May) : Ascension Day (Înălțarea) is an annual observance in Romania to commemorate the Christian belief of Jesus Christ’s ascension into heaven.
Children's Day (01 Jun) : Children’s Day (Ziua Copilului) is annually celebrated on June 1 in Romania.
Orthodox Pentecost (04 Jun) : Many Christians in Romania celebrate the Pentecost (Rusalii or Rusaliile) public holiday, also known as Whitsunday or Whit Sunday.
Orthodox Pentecost Monday (05 Jun) : Many Christians celebrate the Whit Monday (Rusalii or Rusaliile) public holiday in Romania.
June Solstice (21 Jun) : June Solstice in Romania (Bucharest)
Flag Day (26 Jun) : Romania’s Flag Day (Ziua Tricolorului) is an annual observance on June 26.
National Anthem Day (29 Jul) : Romania’s Anthem Day (Ziua Imnului Național) is an annual observance on July 29.
St Mary's Day (15 Aug) : The feast day of the Assumption of Mary is a national holiday in Romania on August 15 every year.
September Equinox (23 Sep) : September Equinox in Romania (Bucharest)
Halloween (31 Oct) : Some places in Romania, including in parts of Transylvania, have special Halloween events inspired by the Dracula theme on October 31.
St Andrew's Day (30 Nov) : St Andrew’s Day (Ziua Sfântului Andrei) is a national holiday in Romania on November 30 every year.
National holiday (01 Dec) : National Day in Romania, also called Unification Day, is an annual public holiday to remember when the country’s provinces became united on December 1, 1918.
Constitution Day (08 Dec) : Romania’s Constitution Day is observed on December 8 every year.
December Solstice (22 Dec) : December Solstice in Romania (Bucharest)
Christmas Eve (24 Dec) : Christmas Eve, or the day before Christmas Day, falls on December 24 every year in Romania.
Christmas Day (25 Dec) : Christmas Day is a Christian holiday to celebrate Jesus Christ’s birth in Romania and falls on December 25 every year.
Second day of Christmas (26 Dec) : The second day of Christmas falls on December 26 and is part of a two-day Christian holiday in Romania to celebrate Jesus Christ’s birth.
New Year's Eve (31 Dec) : Many Romanians celebrate New Year’s Eve (Revelion) on December 31, the last day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.