Tuesday, November 22, 2022 | 1:24 p.m.
One month before a year closes and a new one opens, the Ministries of the Interior, Tourism and Sports reported the schedule of holidays for 2023, where there will be a total of 19 holidays: 14 that will be immovable, two that will be transferable and three tourist, according to decree 764, published this Tuesday in the Official Gazette.
- January 1 (New Year).
- February 20 and 21 (carnival holidays).
- March 24 (National Day of Memory for Truth and Justice).
- April 2 (Veteran’s Day and those of the Fallen in the Malvinas War).
- April 7 (Good Friday).
- May 1 (Labor Day).
- May 25 (Day of the May Revolution).
- June 17 (Step to Immortality of General Don Martín Miguel de Güemes).
- June 20 (Step to Immortality of General Manuel Belgrano).
- July 9 (Independence Day).
- November 20 (National Sovereignty Day).
- December 8 (Day of the Immaculate Conception of Mary).
- 25th December, Christmas).
- August 17 (Step to the Immortality of General José de San Martín) to be held on Monday August 21.
- October 12 (Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity) to be celebrated on Monday, October 16.
Holidays for tourist purposes
- Friday May 26 (bridge with the holiday of Thursday May 25, Day of the May Revolution).
- Monday June 19 (bridge with the holiday of Tuesday June 20, Passage to the Immortality of General Manuel Belgrano).
- Friday, October 13 (long weekend, four days, by transfer from Thursday, October 12 – Day of Respect for
- Cultural Diversity- to Monday, October 16).
The interactive calendar can be consulted on the official website of the Ministry of the Interior https://www.argentina.gob.ar/interior/feriados-nacionales-2022.
Thus, 2023 will have four extra-long weekends, of four days each: from Saturday, February 18 to Tuesday, February 21; from Thursday 25 to Sunday 28 May; from Saturday June 17 to Tuesday June 20; and from Friday 13 to Monday 16 October. They will contribute to boosting the growth of tourist activity, indicated the official communication.