Time zones in Europe
Move your cursor above that European country you want to see current time for and click to view time zone and your actual time details.
Scroll with your mouse to zoom, or use zoom buttons on the left side of the map. For Google Street View pull that small yellow man from the left side on the European country map.
The following table lists the European time zone abbreviations.
The term “IST” is not the legal abbreviation to describe Irish Summer Time but it is commonly used. IST is described as “summer time”, according to Irish law, while Irish Standard Time is described as both “standard time” and “winter time”.
|Abbreviation||Full name||Other abbreviations||Time zone|
|BST||British Summer Time||UTC + 1 hour|
|CEST||Central European Summer Time||MESZ||UTC + 2 hours|
|CET||Central European Time||UTC + 1 hour|
|EEST||Eastern European Summer Time||UTC + 3 hours|
|EET||Eastern European Time||UTC + 2 hours|
|GMT||Greenwich Mean Time||UTC|
|IST||Irish Standard Time||UTC + 1 hour|
|KUYT||Kuybyshev Time||UTC + 4 hours|
|MSD||Moscow Daylight Time||UTC + 4 hours|
|MSK||Moscow Standard Time||UTC + 4 hours|
|SAMT||Samara Time||UTC + 4 hours|
|WEST||Western European Summer Time||UTC + 1 hour|
|WET||Western European Time||WEZ||UTC|