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Esta lista de días feriados y días festivos y días de descanso obligatorio en 2014 para Italia, fue generada por Q++ Studio,  el software, utilizado por las más conocidas empresas editoras de agendas y calendarios del mundo. Si Usted tiene cualquier pregunta o comentario respecto a la información publicada en este sitio Web, por favor contáctanos.

 
Al pie de esta lista:   Prensa y Actualizaciones    Informaciones Adicionales    Footnotes    Disclaimer
 

May ⇒ Dec. 2014

Holiday Name Observance*
Jue Labour Day
Lun National Day
* Dom Saints Peter and Paul (Rome) Municipal
Vie Assumption Day
Sáb All Saints' Day
Lun Immaculate Conception Day
Jue Christmas Day
Vie Saint Stephen's Day

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Prensa y Actualizaciones

Estas noticias recientes sobre los días feriados en Italia, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  21 Jul 2012 (Governo Italiano Comunicati stampa del Consiglio dei Ministri-Rome) The Italian Council of Ministers, in yesterday's weekly meeting, has decided not to move any of the 2013 annual Italian non-working public holidays to adjoin the nearest weekend, as had been decided last summer.  19 Jul 2012 (Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Rome) The Italian Government is once again considering amending the list of official non-working public holidays in Italy, by cancelling some, and moving some to the nearest Sunday.  14 Oct 2011 (Gazzetta Ufficiale della Repubblica Italiana-Rome) The amended version of last summer's Decree Law 138 overhauling Italian non-working public holidays has finally been gazetted and thus become law.  05 Sep 2011 (Senato della Repubblica-Roma) The Italian Government has announced that it would accept the recent amendment by the Italian Senate to the recent Decreto-Legge 13 agosto 2011, n. 138 and abandon its plan to move non-religious public holidays to the next Sunday.  17 Aug 2011 (Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Rome) The Italian Government has published the official decree implementing the austerity measures decided at last Friday's meeting No. 150 of the Italian Council of Ministers, and which includes changes in the dates when some public holidays are observed as non-working days.  13 Aug 2011 (Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Rome) In last night's meeting No.150, the Italian Council of Ministers approved a package of austerity measures which include the moving of the date when non-religious national public holidays are observed as non-working days.  29 Jan 2011 (Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri-Rome) In yesterday's meeting No.123, the Italian Council of Ministers has confirmed a one-off public holiday on Thursday, March 17, 2011, to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy.  15 Dec 2006 (ASI Group) Employees of Alitalia launched a 24-hour strike on 15 December 2006, which forced Alitalia to cancel 472 flights on 15 and 16 December, including at least 209 international flights. Most concerned are Rome and Milan airports.  More News Updates For the full version of the summarized news items above, and older news items not displayed above, go to the Italia public holidays news and updates page, or worldwide public holidays news and updates page, or subscribe to one of our free email newsletters.


Informaciones Adicionales

Estos comentarios, sobre los días feriados en Italia, son in Ingles. Si tiene cualquiera pregunta sobre estos comentarios, por favor contáctanos.  Governing Law: Official public holidays in Italy are regulated by the Law 260 of May 27, 1949, Relative to Public Holidays (Gazzetta Ufficiale, 1949-05-31, no 124, pp.1415) as amended by the Law 90 of March 31 1954 (Gazzetta Ufficiale, 1954-04-22, no 92, p. 1186) and the Law 54 of March 5, 1977 (Gazzetta Ufficiale, 1977-03-07, no 63).  Regional Public Holidays: Offices and shops are also closed in the following cities on local feast days honoring their patron Saints. They may also close earlier on the eve of a holiday.  Saint Mark: April 25, Venice. Saint John the Baptist: June 24, Florence, Genoa, Turin. Saints Peter and Paul: June 29, Rome. Saint Rosalia: July 15, Palermo. Saint Gennaro: September 19, Naples. Saint Petronio: October 4, Bologna. Saint Saturnio: October 30, Cagliari. Saint Giusto: November 3, Trieste. Saint Nicola: December 6, Bari. Saint Ambrose: December 7, Milan.


Footnotes
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Acatamiento: Las notas que se incluyen en la columna Observance indican que, en Italia, el día feriado podría ser regional, no oficial, estar limitado a determinadas religiones o grupos lingüísticos o no comenzar a la medianoche.


Disclaimer

Hemos hecho cada esfuerzo de presentar una lista exacta de los días feriados para 2014 en Italia. Pero no podemos aceptar ninguna responsabilidad de ningún error u omisión en los datos presentados arriba. Usted debería leer todos los comentarios y notas arriba. Además, en muchas partes del mundo, los días feriados están conforme a cambios arbitrarios. Estos cambios de última hora por autoridades locales no pueden ser predichos. Entonces, le recomendamos verificar las fechas antedichas con la embajada o el consulado de Italia, antes de planear cualquier viaje hasta Italia.



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