To predict crowds, Avoid-Crowds.com gathers lots of tourist data from around the world. Public holidays and school vacations are key to predicting crowds and are used in all our prediction models. Now, you can directly access this detailed information by simply scrolling down.
This is our overview of public holidays and school vacations in Italy for 2022. We continuously update our overview when new school vacations are announced. The public holidays don’t change unless we spot errors. The school vacations and public holidays are also incorporated in our daily crowd prediction. Our daily crowd predictions include cities such as Rome, Naples, Venice or Cinque Terre.
School Vacations Italy 2022
School vacations are based on official data published by the Italian government. In case data is not available from official government sources we use information published by schools and universities. The 2023 school vacation calendar has not yet been published. Therefore, this data is not yet available.
Where official dates are not yet available we use predictive analytics to add dates. For example, the 2022 Christmas school vacations in Italy are not yet announced. Based on historic data we know the school vacation will start at the weekend before Christmas and end around the fist weekend of 2023.
Italian school vacations could be different depending on the region. This overview gives a general impression based on school vacations in Rome (Lazio).
|2021 Christmas Holidays Italy||18/12/2021||08/01/2021||National||All|
|Carnival Holidays Italy||28/02/2022||01/03/2022||Dates can vary||Limited||Limited|
|Easter Holidays Italy||14/04/2022||19/04/2022||All||All|
|Summer Holidays Italy||09/06/2022||11/09/2022||Dates can vary||All||All|
|2022 Christmas Holidays Italy||23/12/2022||09/01/2022||Dates modelled on historic data||All||All|
Italy Public Holidays 2022
Our overview of public holidays is based on official data from the Italian government.
New Year’s Day
Assumption of Mary / Ferragosto
All Saints’ Day
Feast of the Immaculate Conception
St. Stephen’s Day