How does the Holiday Calendar affect your language course at DAS Akademie? Can I enjoy a long weekend with my family or friends without interrupting my course?
From one culture or country to another, the national holidays often vary and people sometimes are surprised to hear about these differences. To avoid this occurring during your scheduled course at DAS Akademie, we ask you to check out the list of the national holidays in Berlin.
Our acclaimed language school in Berlin offers German courses all year around. However, we are closed on public holidays. When you register for a course, we always take the public holidays into consideration and calculate the course duration accordingly. Our staff will always make sure that you are aware of this information at the time of the registration, and we will ensure that you always receive the correct number of lessons.
Public Holiday Calendar for Berlin
On the holiday calendar below, you will find the full list of public holidays in Berlin. No classes will be held on these days:
01.01.2021 (Freitag): Neujahr
08.03.2021 (Montag): Internationaler Frauentag
02.04.2021 (Freitag): Karfreitag
04.04.2021 (Sonntag): Ostersonntag (kein gesetzlicher Feiertag in Berlin)
05.04.2021 (Montag): Ostermontag
01.05.2021 (Samstag): Tag der Arbeit
13.05.2021 (Donnerstag): Christi Himmelfahrt
24.05.2021 (Montag): Pfingstmontag
03.10.2021 (Sonntag): Tag der Deutschen Einheit
25.12.2021 (Samstag): 1. Weihnachtstag
26.12.2021 (Sonntag): 2. Weihnachtstag
Or ask us about any holidays!
We hope that you find this information useful when planning your studies at DAS Akademie. Remember to check with our team about exciting events in Berlin to make holidays even more enjoyable and entertaining. Alternatively, check out one of our many blogs to find a number of exciting things to do. In fact, our school organises celebrations to mark the most important holidays, such as Easter and Christmas Eve for example. Moreover, you will always receive an invitation via e-mail to join in with the fun!
“Happiness consists of living each day as if it were the first day of your honeymoon and the last day of your vacation.” – Leo Tolstoy