The public holidays in Serbia are defined by the Law of national and other holidays in the Republic of Serbia.
|Date||Name||Local Name||2015 Date||2016 Date||Remarks|
|1 January1||New Year’s Day||Nova Godina||1 January|
|2 January1||2 January|
|7 January||Julian Orthodox Christmas||Božić||7 January||Serbian Orthodox Church uses the Julian calendar|
|15 February1||Statehood Day||Dan državnosti||15 February||Anniversary of the First Serbian Uprising in 1804 and the first Serbian Constitution in 1835|
|16 February1||16 February|
|See Date of Easter||Orthodox Good Friday||Veliki petak||10 April||29 April||Serbian Orthodox Church calculates Easter using Orthodox Computus|
|Orthodox Easter||Vaskrs||12 April||1 May|
|Orthodox Easter Monday||Vaskrsni ponedeljak||13 April||2 May|
|1 May1||May Day / International Workers’ Day||Praznik rada||1 May|
|2 May1||2 May|
|11 November1||Armistice Day||Dan primirja||11 November|
1 If any of the non-religious holidays falls on a Sunday, then it extends to the next working day.