Time in France

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Time zones of Europe. Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Kazakhstan all observe different time zones. Iceland, Belarus, Russia, and Turkey do not observe daylight saving time (DST).

France[1] uses Central European Time (CET) (UTC+01:00) during the winter and Central European Summer Time (CEST) (UTC+02:00) in the summer.

French territories observe different time zones:

France observes daylight saving time (DST) starting at 02:00 local time on the last Sunday in March and ends at 03:00 local time on the last Sunday in October. Saint Pierre and Miquelon is the only French territory that uses DST and follows the schedule as Canada and the United States, starting on the second Sunday in March and ending on the first Sunday in November.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Current Local Time in Paris, Île-de-France, France". Time and Date.