Let's find out what time it is in Scandinavia, and if/when the Scandinavian countries change clocks for Daylight Saving Time...
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Sweden time is Central European Time (CET), or GMT +1 (one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time) in accordance with the European Union. Here's a handy article about the time in Sweden, so you can calculate the time difference from your time zone to Sweden's!
Norway's time is also Central European Time (CET), which is GMT +1 (one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time). To make the most out of experiencing the Midnight Sun in summer, learn more about the current time in Norway and changing clocks to Norwegian Daylight Saving Time.
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Denmark is on Central European Time (CET) which is GMT +1 (one hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time), just like the rest of the European Union (with the exception of Greenland and the Faroe Islands
). Learn more here and find out when Denmark observes Daylight Saving Time.
Iceland time is quite an exception, not just regarding Daylight Saving Time but also for being in a time zone Iceland shouldn't be in, geographically speaking. Let's learn more in this article about what time it is in Iceland, and why.
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Finland time is ahead of the other Scandinavian countries. The time in Finland is Eastern European Time (EET) or GMT +2, meaning that Finland is 2 hours ahead of GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) or UTC. Calculate the time difference to your location here, and see when Finland is on Daylight Saving Time...