Public & Holidays 突尼斯
Public holidays in Tunisia mostly consist of Islamic holidays and national holidays. Dates of Islamic holidays may vary due to moon sighting.
New Year's Day in Tunisia marks the first day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.
Tunisian Independence Day is celebrated every March 20th. This holiday remembers Tunisia's independence from France.
Youth Day in Tunisia is a special day which remembers the youth's important contribution to society.
Celebrated every April 9th each year, Martyr's Day commemorates the lives of people who sacrificed their lives for the country to gain independence.
Labor Day in Tunisia remembers the rights of workers and laborers. It is celebrated every May 1st.
Eid AI Fitr marks the end of Ramadan where Muslims fast for one month.
Republic Day marks the holiday when the monarchy was abolished in Tunisia and the Republic of Tunisia was declared.
National Women's Day is celebrated in Tunisia every year on August 13.
Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival that commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son to Allah.
Hegire (Islamic New Year) This holiday marks the first day of Muharram, the beginning of the Islamic year, as a national public holiday each year.
Evacuation Day The public holiday commemorates the final evacuation of the last French forces from Bizerte, Tunisia.