|Eastern Europe||European Russia|
|*Ukraine MSK time||Except Samara/Izhevsk|
|Central Europe countries|
|Liechtenstein||Vatican City-Holy See|
|Some cities in Ukraine with Moscow time zone|
|Izhevsk and Samara in the eastern part of European Russia (in pink color), are an exception, when using UTC +4h instead of UTC +3h and no daylight saving time. Europe map
Also the transcontinental countries of Europe and Asia: Armenia, Azerbaijan, and most of Georgia* use UTC +4h. except Turkey UTC +3h.
Time change October 2021
▷Western Europe: at 2:00 am it will be 1:00 am (London, Lisbon ...)
▷Central Europe: at 3:00 am it will be 2:00 am (Paris, Madrid ... most of the countries of Europe)
▷Eastern Europe: at 4:00 am it will be 3:00 (Helsinki, Bucarest ...)
▷Russia (Moscow): No Daylight Saving Time (Moscow)
On sunday October 31, 2021 Europe turns the clock back 1 hour in all countries in unison, according to its different time zones.
Most of Europe observes the daylight saving time change, doing it in unison at the same time (Coordinated Universal Time) UTC +1h to move forward, as well as to turn back the clock time.
Unlike, for example, the US, which uses the time change, at the same local time at 2:00 a.m. for each time zone, both to advance and reverse the clock.
|Azores Islands||Eastern Russia exceptions|
|Ponta Delgada||Izhevsk and Samara|
| standard -1h
| standard +4h
No daylight saving
None of these countries observe the daylight saving time change throughout the year.