Public & Religious Holidays in Turkey [2021-2022-2023]

Last Updated by Ezgi on July 10, 2021

Public holidays in Turkey are basically divided into two groups as national holidays and general holidays. Public holidays include official and religious holidays.

You can read this article, in which we specify with the exact dates in 2021, 2022 and 2023 of the national and religious holidays in Turkey, while planning your trip to Turkey.

Public and Religious Holidays in 2021

January 1: New Year's Day 

April 23: National Sovereignty and Children's Day

May 1: Labour and Solidarity Day 

May 19: Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day 

July 15: Democracy and National Unity Day 

August 30: Victory Day 

October 29: Republic Day  Also the halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

May 13 - May 15 : Ramadan Feast. Religious holiday for 3 days + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

July 20 - July 24: Sacrifice Feast. Religious holiday for 4 days + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.


Public and Religious Holidays in 2022

January 1: New Year's Day 

April 23: National Sovereignty and Children's Day

May 1: Labour and Solidarity Day 

May 19: Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day 

July 15: Democracy and National Unity Day 

August 30: Victory Day 

October 29: Republic Day  Also the halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

May 2 -May 5:  Ramazan Feast + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

July 9 - July 12: Sacrifice Feast. Religious holiday for 4 days + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

Public and Religious Holidays in 2023

January 1: New Year's Day 

April 23: National Sovereignty and Children's Day

May 1: Labour and Solidarity Day 

May 19: Commemoration of Atatürk, Youth and Sports Day 

July 15: Democracy and National Unity Day 

August 30: Victory Day 

October 29: Republic Day  Also the halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

April 21 - April 23:  Ramazan Feast + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

July 28 - June 1: Sacrifice Feast. Religious holiday for 4 days + halfday in the afternoon of previous day.

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