Italy celebrates Labor Day
It’s technically called “La Festa dei Lavori” – Workers’ Day – but most people just call it “primo maggio” – May 1st. It’s been a traditional “bank holiday” in Italy since the 1800s as a celebration of workers’ rights.
Public transport – trains and buses – will be working to a limited timetable. Check locally for details. Taxis in the cities are available, but often not as many as usual, and those that are around are in high demand.
USICL Office as well as the whole University will be closed.