Will there be a public holiday during your stay in Austria? And could there be a clock change whilst you are away? An easy way to find out is to check our lists of Austrian public holidays and daylight-savings time.
| Public Holidays ||2013 ||2014 |
| New Year's Day || 1st January || 1st January |
| Epiphany || 6th January || 6th January |
| Easter || 29th March - 1st April || 18th April - 21st April |
| National Holiday || 1st May || 1st May |
| Ascension Day || 9th May || 29th May |
| Whit Monday || 20th May || 8th June |
| Corpus Christi || 30th May || 19th June |
| Assumption of the Virgin Mary ||15th August || 15th August |
| National Holiday || 26th October || 26th October |
| All Saints' Day || 1st November || 1st November |
| Immaculate Conception || 8th December || 8th December |
| Christmas || 25th December || 25th December |
| Boxing Day || 26th December || 26th December |
Central European Time (CET)
Daylight-Savings Time is valid from the end of March to the end of October (CET + 1 hour)Why not spend your public holiday at one of Austria's Kinderhotels?
offer the highest standard of accommodation, facilities and staff. Equipped with fully-trained, English-speaking nannies, they provide complimentary childcare
for up to 60 hours a week. In fact, everything at Kinderhotels has been designed with the whole family in mind and is guaranteed to take the stress out of your holiday, with all-inclusive rates
, baby and toddler equipment free of charge, no hidden extras, and treats for adults too! Because the hotels are independently owned, they are not all the same. Some are luxury hotels with spas, pools and tennis courts. Others are simple alpine farmsteads. But all share the same philosophy: Children are not just tolerated, but treasured.