TheState official newsletter(BOE) has published this Saturday2019 work calendar, a year in which there will be eight national holidays during the week, another four to be set by each autonomous community and two more that corresponds to determine the municipalities.
Theeight irreplaceable daysthat will be a party throughout the national territory are January 1, New Year (falls on a Tuesday), April 19, Good Friday; May 1, Labor Party (Wednesday); August 15, Assumption of the Virgin (Thursday); October 12, Columbus Day (Saturday); November 1, All Saints' Day (Friday); December 6, Constitution Day (Friday) and December 25, Christmas (Wednesday).
Theeight days that can not be replacedand should be celebrated throughout the national territory are:
- January 1, New Year (Tuesday).
- April 19, Good Friday.
- May 1, Labor Party (Wednesday).
- August 15, Assumption of the Virgin (Thursday).
- October 12, Columbus Day (Saturday).
- November 1, All Saints' Day (Friday).
- December 6, Constitution Day (Friday).
- December 25, Christmas (Wednesday).
Further,the other holidays chosen by a larger number of communitiesThey are January 6 (Kings) and December 8 (Day of the Immaculate), which next fall in 2019 on Sunday and move to Monday January 7 and December 9. In addition, on April 18, Holy Thursday will be a party in all of Spain excpepto in Catalonia.
With these dates, and depending on each community,2019 is presented with several long weekendsthroughout Spain, both for the holidays that will fall on Friday, as in the case of November 1, and for those that fall on Monday, as will happen for the transfer of the holiday on January 7 and December 8. In this last case, in addition, many workers will be able to enjoy four consecutive non-working days,from December 6 to 8and.