Most Europeans turn clocks back October 30, 2011
Published 30-Sep-2011. Changed 24-Oct-2011DST clock changes worldwide.
Most countries in Europe follow a synchronized daylight saving time starting from the last Sunday of March until the last Sunday of October each year. Not all European countries follow the European daylight saving schedule, so find which countries will end DST on the last Sunday of October.
Many people in Europe will adjust their clocks one hour back in their local times corresponding 1am (01:00) UTC, regardless of their time zone. The changes will occur for these cities, as an example:
NOTE:The UK will revert back to GMT from BST
No DST Changes
- March 30, 2014: Europe starts Daylight Saving Time
- Sunday, March 9, 2014: DST starts in USA and Canada
- Chile Extends DST to April 27, 2014
- Turkey delays DST start by one day
- Brazil ends DST on February 16, 2014
- Will Russia revert to “winter time” in 2014?
More about Daylight Saving Time
- Daylight Saving Time
- List of countries that observe Daylight Saving Time in 2014
- Upcoming Daylight Saving Time Clock Changes
- Daylight Savings Time vs Daylight Saving Time