In this article you will find a list of Czech holidays and important days on which it is customary to give someone a gift. The article can serve as a guide for you to know when to put which products on sale and thus increase your sales.

14 February - Valentine's Day - jewellery, wallets, fashion products, accessories for a romantic dinner, perfumes, cosmetics, flowers

8 March - International Women's Day - chocolates, bouquets, jewellery, stuffed animals

March 28 - Teachers' Day - notebooks, candy, alcohol 🙂

1 April - April Fool's Day - funny gifts, inflatable balloons

9 April, 2023 - Easter - egg decorating tools, Easter assortment (decorations, stickers)

30 April - The Burning of the Witches - costumes, make-up, brooms, lighters, firelighters

1 May- May Day - Lovers' Day - jewellery, purses, fashion products, accessories for a romantic dinner

14 May - Mother's day - jewellery, fashion products, bouquets, perfumes

15 May - Family Day - board games, games for kids, travel books

1 June - Children's Day - all products suitable for young children and teenagers

18 June - Father's Day - shaving kits, perfumes, wallets

Summer holidays (July, August) - summer gear- swimming gear, swimwaer, sunglasses, garden furniture

1 September - First day of school - school supplies, pencil cases, briefcases, backpacks for children, exercise books, stationery, PE kits

31 October - Halloween - costumes, candy, pumpkin carving knives

2 November - All Souls' Day (Day of the Dead) - candles, wreaths, photo frames

19 November - International Men's Day - shaving kits, perfumes, wallets

5 December - St. Nicholas Day - assortment for children, sweets

24 December - Christmas Eve - anything from electronics to gardering tools, jewellery or remote-control toys

31 December - New Year's Eve - alcohol, fireworks, confetti, party decorations

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