Zug, Switzerland

Accurate, up-to-date public holidays, bank holidays, and observances in Zug, Switzerland for 2022 ready to be integrated into your application.

Where western, central, and southern Europe meet, is the country officially known as the Swiss Confederation. This land locked country is divided by the Alps, and is located at the crossroads of Germanic and Romance Europe. Switzerland was established as a country on August 1, 1291. In 1648, Switzerland became independent from the Holy Roman Empire. Switzerland’s policy of armed neutrality dates back to the 16th century, and has not fought in a war since 1815. Switzerland is the birthplace of one of the world’s best known humanitarian organizations, the Red Cross.

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Date Weekday Name Notes
January 1st Saturday New Year's Day
March 20th Sunday March Equinox
April 10th Sunday Palm Sunday
April 15th Friday Good Friday Long weekend.
April 17th Sunday Easter
May 8th Sunday Mother's Day
May 26th Thursday Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ
June 5th Sunday Pentecost
June 5th Sunday Father's Day
June 16th Thursday Feast of Corpus Christi
June 21st Tuesday June Solstice
August 1st Monday Swiss National Day Long weekend.
August 15th Monday Assumption of Mary Long weekend.
September 18th Sunday Federal Day of Thanksgiving, Repentance and Prayer
September 23rd Friday September Equinox
December 8th Thursday Feast of the Immaculate Conception
December 21st Wednesday December Solstice
December 25th Sunday Christmas Day
December 31st Saturday New Year's Eve
Public holidays (national, legal, government, civic, etc) are denoted in bold.
Holiday data for far-reaching years is subject to change due to laws and government decrees.
Long weekends are based on non-working days and not Saturday and Sunday explicitly.

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To retrieve this list of holidays, simply make a GET request to /v1/holidays:
GET /v1/holidays
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$ curl -G -d country="CH-ZG" -d year="2022" -d pretty
-d key="__YOUR_API_KEY__"
"https://holidayapi.com/v1/holidays"
import "github.com/joshtronic/go-holidayapi"
hapi := holidayapi.NewV1("__YOUR_API_KEY__")
holidays, err := hapi.Holidays(map[string]interface{}{
  "country": "CH-ZG",
  "year": "2022",
})
import { HolidayAPI } from 'holidayapi';
const key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
const holidayApi = new HolidayAPI({ key });
holidayApi.holidays({
  country: 'CH-ZG',
  year: '2022',
});
$key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__';
$holiday_api = new \HolidayAPI\Client(['key' => $key]);
$holidays = $holiday_api->holidays([
  'country' => 'CH-ZG',
  'year' => '2022',
]);
$Body = @{}
$Body.key = "__YOUR_API_KEY__"
$Body.country = "CH-ZG"
$Body.year = "2022"
$Result = Invoke-RestMethod -Uri $Url -Body $Body
$Result.holidays
import holidayapi
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = holidayapi.v1(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'CH-ZG',
  'year': '2022',
})
require 'ruby-holidayapi'
key = '__YOUR_API_KEY__'
hapi = HolidayAPI::V1.new(key)
holidays = hapi.holidays({
  'country': 'CH-ZG',
  'year': '2022',
})