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European Union (EU)

Western, Central and Eastern European Time

The member states of the European Union use three major time zones

GMT and Current Time Across European Union

European clocks are now on

DAYLIGHT SAVING

When do clocks next change in Europe?

  • Daylight saving start: Sunday 26 March 2017 01:00 GMT. Clocks go forward one hour.
  • Daylight saving end: Sunday 29 October 2017 01:00 GMT.Clocks go back one hour.

UK and Europe Clock Change Rules

Time in European Cities

Formerly: European Community (EC) or European Economic Community (EEC).

What is the time in Austria (EU)? Austria Latvia What is the time in Latvia (EU)?
What is the time in Belgium (EU)? Belgium Lithuania What is the time in Lithuania (EU)?
Bulgaria Bulgaria Luxembourg What is the time in Luxembourg (EU)?
What is the time in Cyprus (EU)? Cyprus Malta What is the time in Malta (EU)?
Croatia Croatia The Netherlands What is the time in The Netherlands (Holland) (EU)?
What is the time in the Czech Republic (EU)? Czech Republic Poland What is the time in Poland (EU)?
What is the time in Denmark (EU)? Denmark Portugal What is the time in Portugal (EU)?
What is the time in Estonia (EU)? Estonia Romania Romania
What is the time in Finland (EU)? Finland Slovakia What is the time in Slovakia (EU)?
What is the time in France (EU)? France Slovenia What is the time in Slovenia (EU)?
What is the time in Germany (EU)? Germany Spain What is the time in Spain (EU)?
What is the time in Greece (EU)? Greece Sweden What is the time in Sweden (EU)?
What is the time in Hungary (EU)? Hungary United Kingdom What is the time in the United Kingdom (UK) (EU)?
What is the time in Ireland (Irish Republic) (EU)? Ireland European Union What is the time in European Union countries (europe)?
What is the time in Italy (EU)? Italy

Countries conforming to European Union Time Rules

NB For completeness we have included a number of small countries which are geographically within the EU but not formally a part of it. E.G. Andorra, Holy See / Vatican City, Monaco, San Marino. These countries tend to adopt EU practices for time & currency, etc.

EU Candidate Countries

Turkey

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