Europe is a diverse continent with a rich cultural heritage, and each country within Europe has its own unique set of public holidays. The total number of public national holiday days varies greatly from one country to another.
The top 3 countries with more public holidays are Azerbaijan with 24 days, and San Marino and Bosnia and Herzegovina with 20 public holidays both. Followed by Georgia with 17 and Lithuania with 16. Whereas the countries with fewer public holidays are Switzerland and the UK with 8 days. Followed by Ireland and Germany with 9.
In general, all European countries enjoy good conditions with respect to vacation days. And none of them is positioned in the top 20 with fewer vacation days worldwide.