Every country has its own particular festivals and prestigious occasions where they disconnect their business dealings from the rest of the world and take out time to enjoy or pay tribute to esteemed personalities. Public holidays are observed in Argentina as well. However, there are some reservations as to the day at which the particular holiday comes. For example if a particular holidays falls on Wednesday, the holiday is observed on the preceding Monday. Similarly, if the holiday falls on Thursday, the holiday is observed on the following Monday. The day is changed to make sure that people enjoy a long weekend instead of a mid-week one day off which can yield fewer returns to those who prefer to travel around during weekends. Moreover, another interesting thing about Argentina’s public holidays is that if a particular holiday comes on Tuesday, the Monday of that week is also a holiday as well so people get to enjoy four continuous holidays. Similarly, if Thursday is a holiday then Friday is a holiday as well so that makes four days off in a row as well. The data is based on 2012.