In Spain, working people have 22 official paid holidays annually, to which adds 14 day-offs. According to OECD, like in Spain, in France, there are 36 day-offs, of which 25 are official vacation days and 11 are paid day-offs.
Unlike Europe, in countries of Asia, a number of official day-offs are smaller. For instance, in South Korea, only 25 days of vacation are paid, to which 15 day-offs are added.
The Georgian Labor Code envisages 17 day-offs, which include Easter, New Year, 3rd of March, 8th of March, etc., to which paid vacation days are added.