Holidays 2021 - in Denmark and Sweden

Last updated 1/24/2020
If you want to know when we have holidays in 2021 in Denmark and Sweden, see our overview here.
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Official holidays in Denmark and Sweden in 2021

  Danish holidays Swedish holidays
January    
1. January - Friday New Years Day (Nytårsdag) New Years Day (Nyårsdagen)
6. January - Wednesday   Epiphany (Trettondag jul)
April    
1. April - Thursday Maundy Thursday (Skærtorsdag)  
2. April - Friday Good Friday (Langfredag) Good Friday (Långfredagen)
4. April - Sunday Easter Sunday (1. Påskedag) Easter Sunday (Påskdagen)
5. April - Monday Easter Monday (2. Påskedag) Easter Monday (Annandag Påsk)
30. April - Friday Store Bededag  
May    
1. May - Saturday International Workers' Day* International Workers' Day
13. May - Thursday Ascension Day (Kristi Himmelfartsdag) Ascension Day (Kristi Himmelsfärdsdag)
23. May - Sunday Whitsunday (Pinsedag) Whitsunday (Pingstdagen)
24. May Monday Whit Monday (2. pinsedag)  
June    
5. June - Saturday Day of the Constitution* (Grundlovsdag)  
6. June - Sunday   Swedish National Day (Sveriges Nationaldag)
25. June - Friday   Midsummers Eve** (Midsommarafton)
26. June - Saturday   Midsummers Day (Midsommardagen)
November    
6. November - Saturday   All Saints Day (Alla helgons dag)
December    
25. December - Saturday Christmas Day  (1. juledag) Christmas Day (Juldagen)
26. December - Sunday Boxing Day (2. juledag) Boxing Day (Annandag jul)

 

Please note! 

* In Denmark the Day of the Constitution (5th of June) and International Workers' Day (1st of May) are not official holidays, but many people still have half or full day off. Some shops may also be closed on these days.

** In Sweden Midsummers Eve (25th of June) is not an official holiday. But most working places and shops are closed, or have special opening hours. Most Swedes take the day off if possible. 

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