What do you hate most about summer time?

Time changes worldwide

When will the time change be abolished in the EU?

Next time change in Europe

Standard time currently applies (“winter time”).
The next summer time period in Europe begins on March 28, 2021.

In all countries and territories:

Chronologically worldwide:
1st half of 2021|2nd half of 2021
1st half of 2022|2nd half of 2022

In a city of your choice:

Time changes in Europe

In the countries of the European Economic Area (except Iceland) and in Switzerland, summer time begins on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.

Time zones and clock changes in Europe

Time changes in the rest of the world

In the northern hemisphere, summer time usually starts in March or April and ends between September and November. South of the equator, the clocks are put forward one hour between September and November; Summer time ends there in March or April. There is no time change in most countries in the world.

Time changes in all countries of the world

Next time changes worldwide

Donkey bridge

In the summer before, in the winter back? Correct! And this is how you can easily remember it:

In summer I put my garden furniture in front the house, again in winter back.

Daylight saving time for beginners: how does the time change work?

100 years of summer time

Time changes have been going on for over 100 years. In 1916 Germany and Austria-Hungary turned the clock for the first time. The first nationwide daylight saving time went down in history. What is often overlooked: The world's first summer time period began as early as 1908 in a small town in Canada.

The time pioneers of Ontario

Does summer time save energy?

Today there are clock changes in around 40 percent of all countries - most of them are in Europe. However, the measure is by no means popular. Scientists warn that summer time brings a variety of health risks. An official study presented by the German Office for Technology Assessment (TAB) in 2016 came to the conclusion that time changes in Germany save just 0.21 percent of energy.

Summertime can save lives