Bank Holidays in UK

Bank holidays in UK are the most awaited holidays of the year because this is a precious time when you get an opportunity to spend quality and leisure time with your friends, kids and other family members. UK is a big country encompassing various popular and well known cities in it including greater London, Scotland, Birmingham, Northern Ireland and so on.

When planning a cheap vacation during the bank holidays, make sure to consider the country UK itself because it has much to offer its tourists as well as citizens. With a little advance planning, you can spend your bank holidays in UK at a good and affordable budget. Just make down the list of city attractions and places where you wish to go so that it is easy for you to manage your trip well in advance.

If you are planning to spend your weekend with friends, then do not forget to watch a favorite or new released movie in a cinema. National holidays of UK is called Bank Holidays. In the past time since the late of 19th century bank were closed on these day, so that the name originates the bank holiday. On these particular days the general public who are connected with different services, only excluding some of the necessary utility services, enjoys a holiday. There is almost no process at any of the banks on these bank holidays.

Most of the people get a day off work, but there is no lawful right to not work these days. Obviously, those employed in important services must still work. The tubes and public transport still operate on bank holidays, while the service is fewer frequent.

2019 Bank Holidays List in UK

2019 bank holidays list in UK has been published on the web by some top portals and travel websites so that people who are planning to make a trip somewhere at a favorite destination during the bank holidays, can book their tickets in advance. Booking in advance is always considered the best because last minute rush leads full booking or hike in prices.

Below we mention the 2019 all bank holiday. The probable dates of bank and public holidays in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are show. So, when we are discussing bank holidays, it is excellent for us to chart down the 2019 Bank Holidays in UK. Planning in advance will be possible if you know about the 2019 UK Bank holidays.

2019 Bank Holidays in UK

New Year's Day1 JanuaryFriday
2nd January2 JanuarySaturday
Valentine14 FebruarySaturday
Mother's Day6th MarchSunday
Good Friday25th MarchFriday
Easter27th MarchSunday
Easter Monday28th MarchMonday
Spring Bank Holiday30th MayMonday
Father's Day19th JuneSunday
Summer Bank Holiday1st AugustMonday
Christmas25th DecemberSunday
Boxing Day26th DecemberMonday